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Produced. 21 The important feature of such an antagonist is that, just as the modulator increases the affinity for the receptor for the agonist, so too does the agonist increase the affinity of the receptor for the modulator. Under these circumstances, the antagonist becomes more potent as the concentrations of agonist increase. e. e. 7 Effects of the cannabinoid receptor 1 PAM-antagonist Org 27569 on responses to the opioid agonist CP55940 (antagonism shown in red bars) and binding of [3H]-CP55940 (blue bars).