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Handbook of drug metabolism, edited by Thomas F. Woolf, (electronic resource)

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Handbook of drug metabolism
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Handbook of drug metabolism
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edited by Thomas F. Woolf
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Handbook of drug metabolism, edited by Thomas F. Woolf, (electronic resource)
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Handbook of drug metabolism, edited by Thomas F. Woolf, (electronic resource)
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Pt. 1. Fundamental aspects of drug metabolism -- Ch. 1. Pharmacokinetics of drug metabolites -- Ch. 2. Oxidative metabolic bioactivation of xenobiotics -- Ch. 3. Morphofunctional aspects of the hepatic architecture: functional and subcellular correlates -- Ch. 4. The cytochrome P450 oxidative system -- Ch. 5. Transformation enzymes: oxidative; non-P450 -- Ch. 6. Transformation reactions: glucuronidation -- Pt. 2. Factors affecting drug metabolism -- Ch. 7. Pharmacogenetics
  • Ch. 8. Inhibition of drug metabolizing enzymes: molecular and biochemical aspects -- Ch. 9. Metabolic drug interactions -- Ch. 10. Induction of human drug-metabolizing enzymes: mechanisms and implications -- Ch. 11. Sites of metabolism: lung -- Part 3. Technologies -- Ch. 12. Applications of heterologous expressed and purified human drug-metabolizing enzymes: an industrial perspective -- Ch. 13. In vivo and in vitro recombinant DNA technology as a powerful tool in drug development -- Ch. 14. In vitro metabolism: subcellular fractions
  • Ch. 15. In vitro metabolism: hepatocytes -- Ch. 16. The isolated perfused liver as a tool in drug metabolism studies -- Ch. 17. Metabolic models of cytotoxicity -- Ch. 18. In vitro metabolism: FMO and related oxygenations -- Ch. 19. Applications of Caco-2 cells in drug discovery and development -- Ch. 20. The role of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy in drug metabolism -- Pt. 4. Metabolism in drug discovery and development -- Ch. 21. Preclinical drug metabolism studies and strategies -- Ch. 22. Clinical drug metabolism studies
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