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Factors that affect drug concentration at its site of action. Once a drug has been absorbed into the blood, it may be subjected to varying degrees of metabolism, storage in nontarget tissues, and excretion. The quantitative importance of each of these processes for a given drug determines the ultimate drug concentration achieved at the site of action.

Storage in Tissue Depot (e.g., body fat)
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