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Competitive antagonist

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  1. a receptor antagonist that binds to a receptor but does not activate the receptor

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  2. The antagonist will compete with available agonist for receptor binding sites on the same receptor

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  3. Sufficient antagonist will displace the agonist from the binding sites, resulting in a lower frequency of receptor activation

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  4. Presence of a competitive antagonist will shift an agonism dose-response curve to the right

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  5. A Schild plot for a competitive antagonist will have a slope equal to 1, and the X-intercept and Y-intercept will each equal the dissociation constant of the antagonist

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