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In pharmacokinetic terms, benzodiazepine action may be terminated if the drug disappears from its receptor site, which can happen by one of two mechanisms. The first mechanism is by drug distribution, in which the drug egresses from its site of action in the brain and is taken up into peripheral storage sites, principally in adipose tissues. The second pharmacodynamic mechanism is biotransformation or clearance - the drug disappears from the receptor site as it is irreversibly biotransformed by the Jiver.