Glucocorticoids: Mechanisms and Side Effects

Glucocorticoids constitute a major drug class in treating inflammation and autoimmune disease. These include endogenous hormones that can be administered exogenously, but also synthetic alternatives with a variety of functions. These drugs interact with the glucocorticoid receptor, but what happens then? Let's find out!

Script by Michael Keith

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