1189 – INDUCTION OF HEPATIC DRUG METABOLIZING ENZYMES BY PESTICIDES

@inproceedings{Hodgson19781189I,
  title={1189 – INDUCTION OF HEPATIC DRUG METABOLIZING ENZYMES BY PESTICIDES},
  author={E. Hodgson and A. Kulkarni and D. L. Fabacher},
  year={1978}
}
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All of the eleven analogues studied were found to be metabolized by hepatic glutathione S-transferases as well, and the relationships between the in vitro metabolisms and the in vivo toxicities of acrylamide analogues are discussed. Expand
The effect of hepatic enzyme inducers on busulfan neurotoxicity and myelotoxicity
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Results suggest than an inducible enzyme system such as microsomal or glutathione S-transferases plays an important role in busulfan metabolism, warranting concern over concomitant administration of agents that either induce or inhibit these enzymes. Expand