Penetration and Distribution of Insecticides

@inproceedings{Brooks1976PenetrationAD,
  title={Penetration and Distribution of Insecticides},
  author={Gerald T. Brooks},
  year={1976}
}
In order to exert its characteristic effects seen in vivo, a drug or toxicant must arrive at the site(s) of action [target(s)] in sufficient quantity for efficient interaction. If a method is available for measuring the interaction of a toxicant (insecticide) with the target itself on a molecular basis, then the potentially attainable toxicity (intrinsic toxicity) can be assessed, and such measurements provide important information about structure-activity relationships at the level of the site… CONTINUE READING

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