What are the main types of drug binding?

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From the bloodstream to various tissues of the body and finally to its site of action, the transport of a drug in body fluids is known as distribution. A drug can accumulate itself by binding to specific tissues in the body, this is allowed by the presence of drug reservoirs in it. The main types of drug binding are the plasma protein binding and tissue binding. The first one refers to the possibility of a drug, when entering the circulation, to become attached to proteins, which decreases the amount of free drug, restricting the quantity of drug that goes to the site of action. The last one indicates the lipid soluble drugs that have a high affinity for adipose tissue (stores energy in the form of...
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