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Genetics of Nevirapine Metabolic Pathways at Steady State in HIV-Infected Cambodians.

Genetics of Nevirapine Metabolic Pathways at Steady State in HIV-Infected Cambodians.
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Eloy P, Tessier A, Fan-Havard P, Chou M, Verstuyft C, Taburet AM, Haas DW, Bertrand J,


Eloy P, Tessier A, Fan-Havard P, Chou M, Verstuyft C, Taburet AM, Haas DW, Bertrand J, (click to view)

Eloy P, Tessier A, Fan-Havard P, Chou M, Verstuyft C, Taburet AM, Haas DW, Bertrand J,

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Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy 2017 11 2261(12) pii 10.1128/AAC.00733-17

Abstract

Nevirapine is metabolized by several hepatic cytochrome P450 (CYP) isoforms to generate four primary hydroxylated metabolites: 2-hydroxynevirapine, 3-hydroxynevirapine, 8-hydroxynevirapine, and 12-hydroxynevirapine. The present study characterized associations between genetic polymorphisms and metabolite ratios in HIV-infected Cambodians. We demonstrate associations between CYP2B6 polymorphisms and metabolite ratios for both 3-hydroxynevirapine and 8-hydroxynevirapine, suggesting involvement of CYP2B6 in generating these metabolites.

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