Grapefruit juice substantially increases plasma concentrations of buspirone

@article{Lilja1998GrapefruitJS,
  title={Grapefruit juice substantially increases plasma concentrations of buspirone},
  author={Jari J. Lilja and Kari T. Kivistö and Janne T. Backman and Tommi S. Lamberg and Pertti J. Neuvonen},
  journal={Clinical Pharmacology \& Therapeutics},
  year={1998},
  volume={64}
}

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Grapefruit juice increases felodipine oral availability in humans by decreasing intestinal CYP3A protein expression.

A mechanism for the effect of grapefruit juice on oral felodipine kinetics is its selective downregulation of CYP3A4 in the small intestine.

Grapefruit juice–felodipine interaction: Mechanism, predictability, and effect of naringin

Intersubject changes in felodipine and dehydrofelodipines AUC supported inhibition of both primary and secondary metabolic steps as a mechanism, and the interaction could not be predicted from baseline pharmacokinetics with water and did not result in more consistent bioavailability among individuals.

Effect of grapefruit juice and naringin on nisoldipine pharmacokinetics

Current information supports the cautioning of patients about concomitant ingestion of grapefruit juice and nisoldipine, and the interaction could not be predicted from baseline pharmacokinetics with water and resulted in greater interindividual variability.

Trough concentrations of cyclosporine in blood following administration with grapefruit juice.

It is suggested that grapefruit juice increases trough concentrations of cyclosporine in blood, possibly by inhibiting pre-hepatic gut wall metabolism, and could be useful in optimizing therapy with this drug.