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This type of study may also be used to seek explanations for toxicities seen in patients or workers in particular industries. r To investigate or validate new methods of testing or investigation, particularly those conducted in vitro rather than in animals. The last point is particularly important, as the extensive use of animals in toxicological experiments is increasingly questioned. There is a considerable dilemma here; animals offer a whole multiorgan system, in which to conduct experiments and the interrelationships of the various organs can be investigated in a way that cannot be investigated (at present) in a single cell or tissue system in a static vessel.
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However, absorption tends to be variable and this, together with a steep dose–response curve, makes therapy more hazardous than is desirable. With the advent of modern pharmaceutical research, new cardioactive agents were discovered that are safer than digitalis, especially the calcium channel blockers, such as verapamil, diltiazem, or nifedipine. These have dose– response curves that are less steep than digitalis-like drugs and so are easier to use because the toxic dose is appreciably higher than the therapeutic dose.