Chapter 1 Chairman's creation (pages 1–2):
Chapter 2 The position of the Drug?Metabolizing Enzymes (pages 5–24): James W. Bridges
Chapter three The impact of Inducers on Drug?Metabolizing Enzyme job and on Formation of Reactive Drug Metabolites within the Liver (pages 25–42): Sten Orrenius, Hjordis Thor and Bengt Jernstrom
Chapter four results of Inducers and Inhibitors on Drug?Metabolizing Enzymes and on Drug Toxicity in Extrahepatic Tissues (pages 43–66): Michael R. Boyd
Chapter five Induction of Enzymes fascinated by DNA fix and Mutagenesis (pages 67–81): B. A. Bridges
Chapter 6 Induction of Drug?Metabolizing Enzymes via Polycyclic fragrant Hydrocarbons: Mechanisms, and a few Implications in Environmental wellbeing and fitness learn (pages 83–99): John R. Bend
Chapter 7 Induction of Drug?Metabolizing Enzymes by way of Phenobarbitone: Structural and Biochemical points (pages 101–118): Urs A. Meyer, Peter J. Meier, Hans Hirsiger, Urs Giger and Felix R. Althaus
Chapter eight Substrate?Dependent Irreversible Inactivation of Cytochrome P?450: Conversion of Its Haem Moiety into changed Porphyrins (pages 119–139): Francesco De Matteis, Anthony H. Gibbs, Lavinia Cantoni and Jean Francis
Chapter nine legislation of Human Drug Metabolism by means of nutritional components (pages 147–167): A.H. Conney, M.K. Buening, E.J. Pantuck, C.B. Pantuck, J.G. Fortner, K.E. Anderson and A. Kappas
Chapter 10 Infiuence of international Compounds on Formation and Disposition of Reactive Metabolites (pages 169–189): F. Oesch
Chapter eleven Pharmacokinetic components Governing the Steady?State Concentrations of international chemical substances and Their Metabolites (pages 191–217): James R. Gillette
Chapter 12 Toxicological Implications of Polymorphic Drug Metabolism (pages 219–244): J.C. Ritchie, T.P. Sloan, J.R. Idle and R.L. Smith
Chapter thirteen Immunologically Mediated Toxicity (pages 245–259): H.E. Amos
Chapter 14 Toxicological value of Liver Hypertrophy Produced via Inducers of Drug?Metabolizing Enzymes (pages 261–274): Emmanuel Farber
Chapter 15 The impact of meals and Inducers on Mechanisms of Toxicity in people and Animals (pages 275–288): Andre E.M. McLean, David J. Wltts and Denise Tame
Chapter sixteen impression of Environmental chemical compounds on Drug treatment in people: reports with Contraceptive Steroids (pages 289–306): A.M. Breckenridge, D.J. again, Karen go, Francesca Crawford, M. MacIver, M. L'E Orme, P.H. Rowe and Eileen Smith
Chapter 17 nutrition D Metabolism in sufferers handled with Phenytoin and Phenobarbitone (pages 315–330): J.O. Hunter and M. Davie
Chapter 18 Chemical affliction in people: difficulties in Comparative Toxicology (pages 331–347): Irving J. Selikoff
Chapter 19 Implications for destiny reviews in people (pages 349–358): John Higginson
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