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Denton and Philip Lazarus, co-corresponding author of the paper and distinguished professor of pharmaceutical sciences, designed dozens of molecules that bind to CYP2A6 and inhibit its ability to metabolize nicotine.
They also designed dozens of molecules that bind to CYP2A6 and inhibit its ability to metabolize nicotine.
Patients in either of these categories metabolize enough clopidogrel into the active form to get full benefit from the drug and derive no additional efficacy benefit from switching to another P2Y12 inhibitor, such as ticagrelor or prasugrel (Effient)--drugs unaffected by metabolizer status.
It has long been speculated that this differing susceptibility to the adverse health effects of arsenic may be due to differences in the way people metabolize the element.
Regardiess of how much you exercise or how little you eat, fats are so energydense [1 pound is equivalent to 3,500 kilocalories] that it's impossible to metabolize more than 1-2 pounds/week.
"Viagra is metabolized by the same enzyme that metabolizes 1protease inhibitors," Mayer says.
The researchers said that gut bacteria metabolizes carnitine into trimethylamine-N-oxide (TMAO), a metabolite they previously linked to the promotion of atherosclerosis in humans, Xinhua News reported.
One cup of cooked kasha metabolizes into the equivalent amount of blood sugar as 32 teaspoons of table sugar.
The drink affects how the body metabolizes the medications.
Because proteins are fundamental components of all living cells, including enzymes, hormones, and antibodies, they are constantly in flux as the body takes in food, metabolizes it, and stores or burns energy.
From individuals' responses to the drugs, the scientists calculated whether factors such as race, weight, and sex are associated with how quickly the body metabolizes efavirenz, how effectively the drug suppresses replication of HIV in blood, and how likely a person is to quit using the drug during the first 6 months of treatment.
PON1 oxidizes lipids, metabolizes organophosphates, and activates or inactivates medications including statins, glucocorticoids, and antibiotics.
GENETIC DICE Genes play an important role in drug response because they dictate how each person's body breaks down, or metabolizes, medicines.
The TCA1 bacterium thrives in the presence of TCA, and it metabolizes the pollutant into chloroethane, which is relatively easily remediated by aerobic soil microbes.
Scientists have long known that the human body initially metabolizes about 90 percent of its nicotine load into cotinine, which is then further metabolized into a variety of other compounds.