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drug tolerance


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drug tolerance

Mechanisms of tolerance to DNA damaging therapeutic drugs

Expression of antimicrobial drug tolerance by attached communities of Mycobacterium tuberculosis

Bowman–Birk Proteinase Inhibitor Confers Heavy Metal and Multiple Drug Tolerance in Yeast

Revisioning Youth Policy on Marijuana and Other Drug Use: Alternatives to Zero Tolerance

Transposon mutagenesis identifies genes which control antimicrobial drug tolerance in stationary-phase Escherichia coli

The Mirage of Impairing Drug Concentration Thresholds: A Rationale for Zero Tolerance Per Se Driving under the Influence of Drugs Laws

The transcription factors Pap1 and Prr1 collaborate to activate antioxidant, but not drug tolerance, genes in response to H2O2

Standard Harmonization as Chasing Zero (Tolerance Limits): The Impact of Veterinary Drug Residue Standards on Crustacean Imports in the EU, Japan, and North America

How a microbial drug transporter became essential for crop cultivation on acid soils: aluminium tolerance conferred by the multidrug and toxic compound extrusion (MATE) family

Verapamil, and Its Metabolite Norverapamil, Inhibit Macrophage-induced, Bacterial Efflux Pump-mediated Tolerance to Multiple Anti-tubercular Drugs

MacABCsm, an ABC-type tripartite efflux pump of Stenotrophomonas maltophilia involved in drug resistance, oxidative and envelope stress tolerances and biofilm formation

PM505. Impaired glucose tolerance, symptoms and cognitive deficits in first-episode drug-naïve patients with schizophrenia

The putative transcription factor CaRtg3 is involved in tolerance to cations and antifungal drugs as well as serum-induced filamentation in Candida albicans

Phase I Trial of Interferon Alfa-n3 in Early-Stage Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 Disease: Evidence for Drug Safety, Tolerance, and Antiviral Activity

Genetic interactions between Rch1 and the high-affinity calcium influx system Cch1/Mid1/Ecm7 in the regulation of calcium homeostasis, drug tolerance, hyphal development and virulence in Candida albicans

 

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An acquired resistance to the effects of a repeatedly administered drug. When tolerance occurs, more drug is needed to produce the same pharmacological effects.

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