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Reverse use dependence is the reduction of a drug's efficacy with the repeated use of the target. This contrasts with ordinary use dependence, for instance with $\mathrm{Na}^+$ blocking local anaesthetics, where they exert more block after tissue use. Reverse use dependence is particularly (but not exclusively) seen with channel blockers such as quinidine. ...


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