Genetic Variants of Flavin-containing Monooxygenases : Consequences for Drug Metabolism

Abstract

The metabolism of the anti-tubercular drug, thiacetazone (TAZ) by human FMOs in vitro and the disposition of TAZ in vivo in mice were studied. Reverse phase chromatography confirmed TAZ to be a substrate for human FMO1, FMO2.1 and FMO3 with the formation of TAZ-sulphinic acid and TAZ-carbodiimide via a TAZsulphenic acid intermediate. The products are the… (More)

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