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Ester glucuronides (1-O-acyl-β-d-glucopyranuronates) of many drugs may undergo internal acyl migration reactions, resulting in the formation of new positional isomers with both α- and β-anomers. We(More)
Many drugs containing carboxylate groups form beta-1-O-acyl glucuronides as their major phase II metabolites in vivo. These ester glucuronides are potentially reactive due to the susceptibility of(More)
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