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Ethylene production by subcellular particles from rat liver, rat intestinal mucosa and Penicillium digitatum
Relationship of sulfamethazine disposition kinetics to acetylator phenotype in man. A preliminary study
The relationship between acetylator status and inhibition of monoamine oxidase, excretion of free drug and antidepressant response in depressed patients on phenelzine
Characterization of human lymphocyte N-acetyltransferase and its relationship to the isoniazid acetylator polymorphism
Effect of concomitant isoniazid administration on determination of acetylator phenotype by sulphadimidine
Comparison of once daily endralazine with placebo in the treatment of hypertension uncontrolled by a beta-blocker and diuretic
Increased urinary excretion of toxic hydrazino metabolites of isoniazid by slow acetylators. Effect of a slow-release preparation of isoniazid
Association between chlorpropamide-alcohol flushing and fast acetylator phenotype in type I and type II diabetes
The comparison of some pharmacokinetic parameters of sulphadimethoxine estimated by high performance liquid chromatography and three spectrophotometric methods
Determination of the acetylator phenotype from the ratio of the urinary excretion of acetylisoniazid to acid-labile isoniazid: a study in Finnish Lapland
Polymorphic acetylation of sulphamethazine in man: acetylator phenotype in sicklers and non-sicklers
Genetically determined variability in drug metabolism: dual slow acetylation and drug oxidation traits
The enhanced bladder cancer susceptibility of NAT2 slow acetylators towards aromatic amines: a review considering ethnic differences
Adverse reactions during salicylazosulfapyridine therapy and the relation with drug metabolism and acetylator phenotype
Acetylator phenotyping of tuberculosis patients using matrix isoniazid or sulphadimidine and its prognostic significance for treatment with several intermittent isoniazid-containing regimens
Lack of correlation between acetylator status and the production of the acetyl metabolite of acebutolol in man
Simultaneous analysis of dapsone and monoacetyldapsone employing high performance liquid chromatography: a rapid method for determination of acetylator phenotype
Public health and genetic constitution of the San ("Bushmen"): carbohydrate metabolism and acetylator status of the Kung of Tsumkwe in the North-western Kalahari
Sulphadimidine acetylation test for classification of patients as slow or rapid inactivators of isoniazid
Circulating levels of sulphasalazine and its metabolites and their relation to the clinical efficacy of the drug in ulcerative colitis
Human acetylator polymorphism: estimate of allele frequency in Libya and details of global distribution
Acetylation pharmacogenetics. The slow acetylator phenotype is caused by decreased or absent arylamine N-acetyltransferase in human liver
The potential clinical significance of the isoniazid acetylator phenotype in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis
The determination of the acetylator phenotype of tuberculosis patients in Czechoslovakia using sulphadimidine
Classification of subjects as slow or rapid inactivators of isoniazid, based on the ratio of the urinary excretion of acetylisoniazid to isoniazid
Effects of concurrent administration of other substrates of N-acetyltransferase on dapsone acetylation
The effects of oral hydralazine on blood pressure, cardiac output and peripheral resistance with respect to dose, age and acetylator status
Plasma and salivary concentrations of isoniazid in man: preliminary findings in two slow acetylator subjects
Use of reporter genes and vertebrate DNA motifs in transgenic zebrafish as sentinels for assessing aquatic pollution
Emergence of resistance after spectinomycin treatment for gonorrhoea due to beta-lactamase producing strain of Neisseria gonorrhoeae
Acetylator phenotyping via analysis of four caffeine metabolites in human urine by micellar electrokinetic capillary chromatography with multiwavelength detection
Genetic studies in Ecuador: acetylator phenotypes, red cell enzyme and serum protein polymorphisms of Shuara Indians
Comparison of the structure of chinchilla sperm isolated from semen and from the tail of the epididymis
The evolution of eutherian spermatozoa and underlying selective forces: female selection and sperm competition
Thalidomide-induced peripheral neuropathy. A prospective clinical, neurophysiological and pharmacogenetic evaluation
Evaluation of the sulphadimidine acetylator phenotyping test in patients with reduced renal function
Prizidilol, a combined vasodilatory and beta-adrenoceptor blocking drug, in primary hypertension. A long-term efficacy, tolerance and pharmacokinetic study
The heterogeneity of serologic findings and predisposing host factors in drug-induced lupus erythematosus
Cardiovascular effects in man of intravenous prizidilol hydrochloride (SK&F 92657); a new antihypertensive agent
The search for biochemical predictors of the NAT2 phenotype to optimize prophylaxis and pharmacotherapy of hepatic cirrhosis
An evaluation of the potential use of isoniazid, acetylisoniazid and isonicotinic acid for monitoring the self-administration of drugs
The association between NAT2 acetylator status and adverse drug reactions of sulfasalazine: a systematic review and meta-analysis
Sulfasalazine intolerance. A retrospective survey of the reasons for discontinuing treatment with sulfasalazine in patients with chronic inflammatory bowel disease
The relationship between the NAT2 phenotype polymorphism and predisposition to suicide in ethnic populations
Arylamine N-acetyltransferase acetylation polymorphisms: paradigm for pharmacogenomic-guided therapy- a focused review.
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