Kevin R Gray

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Congenic Bio. 1.5/H-NAT2 Syrian hamster lines were constructed by introducing the NAT2r gene from MHA/SsLak inbred hamsters into a background BIO 1.5 Syrian inbred hamster line. Genetic identity of(More)
The N-acetylation polymorphism segregates individuals into rapid, intermediate, and slow acetylator phenotypes via monogenic inheritance at the NAT2 locus. In a previous study (Arch. Toxicol. 67,(More)
An acetylator polymorphism has been described in the mouse and the inbred strains C3H/HeJ and A/HeJ constitute rapid and slow acetylators, respectively. The NAT1, NAT2, and NAT3 genes from C3H/HeJ(More)