PharmacologyUniversity of Dundee
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Pharmacology is the study of how drugs affect body functions in health and disease. It plays a vital role in helping to safeguard our health and welfare.
Pharmacology is a biomedical science that studies how and where drugs produce their effects, from the whole organism down to its individual cells. Most drugs interact with particular molecular components (e.g. specific proteins) within cells.
Pass gradesScottish Qualifications Authority (SQA)HigherA-CAdvanced HigherA-CStandard Grade1-3Intermediate 2A-CNational 5A-CGeneral Certificate of Education (GCE)A-LevelA-DAS LevelA-DGCSEA-CIrish Leaving Certificate (ILC)Higher LevelA-COrdinary LevelA-CInternational Baccalaureate (IB)Higher Level5-7Standard Level4-7
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