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(pharmacology) The binding of an agonist to a specific receptor on a cell, thereby, producing a physiological response.

(histology) The condition in muscle tissues wherein as a muscle contracts while another muscle relaxes.

Related forms: agonist (noun).
Related phrases: partial agonism, protean agonism.