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LSUHSC research increases understanding of drug metabolism
Date:3/17/2010

that the P450s should not be tested alone, but need to be present in mixtures similar to those found in humans in order to better predict how rapidly a candidate drug is metabolized and eliminated or even whether it can produce toxic byproducts in some individuals," said Dr. Backes. "This information is crucial to the development of new drugs because differences in drug metabolism can lead to differences not only in potential toxicity, but also in the effectiveness of a candidate drug."


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