chronesthesy

chronesthesy

The timing of the administration of a drug to reflect the circadian or other bioperiodic rhythm, which may affect the receptor number on a membrane, biomolecular conformation and rate-limiting steps in metabolic pathways.

chronesthesy

Administration time of a drug based on the circadian or other bioperiodic rhythm, related to the rhythm in receptor number or conformation and rate-limiting steps in metabolic pathways. See Circadian rhythm.
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BASIC CHRONOPHARMACOLOGY OF ALCOHOL: CHRONOKINETICS, CHRONESTHESY, AND CHRONERGY
Efficacy and time of day can be classified into chronopharmacokinetics and chronesthesy.
Chronesthesy explains the cyclic "changes in the susceptibility or the sensitivity of a target system" (Reinberg 1992, p.