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[...] antagonism occurs when a drug’s action is blocked and no receptor activity is involved. For example, protamine is a positively charged protein that forms an ionic bond with heparin, thus rendering it inactive. Sugammadex, mentioned previously, is another example
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[...] antagonism occurs when a drug’s action is blocked and no receptor activity is involved. For example, protamine is a positively charged protein that forms an ionic bond with heparin, thus rendering it inactive. Sugammadex, mentioned previously, is another example
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[...] antagonism occurs when a drug’s action is blocked and no receptor activity is involved. For example, protamine is a positively charged protein that forms an ionic bond with heparin, thus rendering it inactive. Sugammadex, mentioned previously, is another example
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Chemical antagonism occurs when a drug’s action is blocked and no receptor activity is involved. For example, protamine is a positively charged protein that forms an ionic bond with he

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