Interindividual variability in the glucuronidation of (S) oxazepam contrasted with that of (R) oxazepam.

@article{Patel1995InterindividualVI,
  title={Interindividual variability in the glucuronidation of (S) oxazepam contrasted with that of (R) oxazepam.},
  author={Milan V Patel and B. K. Tang and Denis M. Grant and Werner Kalow},
  journal={Pharmacogenetics},
  year={1995},
  volume={5 5},
  pages={287-97}
}
Although conjugation with glucuronic acid is a major process for converting many xenobiotics into hydrophilic, excretable metabolites, relatively little has been reported concerning interindividual variability of glucuronidation in human populations. Oxazepam, a therapeutically active metabolite of diazepam, is one of a number of C3-hydroxylated… CONTINUE READING