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## What does the Schild plot tell you?

In pharmacology, Schild regression analysis, named for Heinz Otto Schild, is a tool for studying the effects of agonists and antagonists on the response caused by the receptor or on ligand-receptor binding. and can be used to quantify the strength of the antagonist.

## How do you calculate Schild plot?

When we wish to test any physical theory, the standard procedure is to fit to the data the equation predicted by that theory. In this case the equation to be fitted is the Schild equation, r = 1 + x/KB. This equation has only one free parameter, the equilibrium constant for the binding of the antagonist, KB.

## What information is gained from an agonist concentration response curve?

Increasing concentrations of the agonist will increase the biological response until there are no more receptors for the agonist to bind or a maximal response has been reached. A partial agonist produces the biological response but cannot produce 100% of the biological response even at very high doses.

## How do you test for competitive antagonists?

If a regression of log (x-1) vs. log [B] is linear and has a slope of unity, it indicates that the antagonism is competitive. This relationship is independent of the characteristics of the agonist, and should be the same for all agonists that act on the same population of receptors.

## What is the slope of Schild plot?

Schild slope The slope of a Schild plot should equal 1 if all of the assumptions underlying the method of analysis are fulfilled.

## What is the Cheng Prusoff equation?

The Cheng-Prusoff equation defines the theoretical relation- ship between the measured IC50 for a competitive inhibitor of given Ki, the concentration of labeled ligand, and the KD of the ligand-receptor interaction.

## What is the slope of a Schild plot?

## What determines the maximum response of a drug?

In pharmacology, efficacy describes the maximum response that can be achieved with a drug. The effect of the drug is plotted against dose in a graph, to give the dose–response curve.

## What is pD2 value?

pD2′ value • Measures the affinity of either non competitive or irreversible competitive antagonist for a specific receptor • Defined as –log(B) which will decrease the maximum effect of agonist by 50% • Higher the pD2 value ,higher the potency.

## How do you calculate IC50?

The simplest estimate of IC50 is to plot x-y and fit the data with a straight line (linear regression). IC50 value is then estimated using the fitted line, i.e., Y = a * X + b, IC50 = (0.5 – b)/a.

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