Virtual Pharmacology Lab is a searchable repository of over 200 in-vivo pharmacological and physiological data traces, experimental methodologies and self-assessment questions.
The respository includes data traces of the effects of a wide range of pharmacological agents administered either alone, or in combination with, other agents which antagonize or potentiate their actions; animations, images and textual descriptions of the preparations, the experimental methods, and the underlying physiology, pharmacology, pathology; self-assessment questions with answers and feedback. These resources originate from simulations of laboratory experiments involving isolated tissue preparations, in vivo animal preparations and some human experiments.
The resource was created by Prof Dewhurst, University of Edinburgh, UK. Copyright is retained by the authors of individual resources. Resources are licenced for use by users under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported Licenses.
These materials are suitable for use by educators who wish to construct in-vivo physiological or pharmacological data handling/problem solving exercises for undergraduates or to provide knowledge and understanding of in-vivo and in-vitro experimental techniques.
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