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Pharmacogenetics: Single Gene Effects

  • Bert N. La Du

Abstract

Dr. Vesell and I have been asked to review some principles of pharmacogenetics that relate to the pharmacokinetic theme of this conference. We have divided the topic: Dr. Vesell will discuss multiple gene effects and their implications, and I will mention some single gene effects which can modify drug metabolism and drug response in man. We both are studying the way genetic factors account for rather remarkable person-to-person differences in drug responses and pharmacodynamics, and we hope that pharmacokinetic models will be designed that will take into account these genetically determined individual differences.

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Adverse Drug Reaction Acid Phosphatase Heterozygous Carrier Slow Acetylators Choline Ester 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Bert N. La Du
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  1. 1.The Stella and Charles Guttman Laboratories for Human Pharmacology and Pharmacogenetics Department of PharmacologyNew York University Medical SchoolNew YorkUSA

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