Role of genetically detrmined oxidation of drugs and xenobiotics in pathogenesis of neoplastic diseases
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The relationship between genetically determined polymorphic hepatic oxidation and susceptibility to neoplastic diseases have aroused much interest. Some studies provide evidence of a possible association between oxidation phenotype, especially extensive and very extensive phenotype, and increased risk of the development of cancers. This work presents modern views on that subject.
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P.Niwinski, Katedra i Zaklad Farmakologii Klinicznej AM, ul. O. Bujwida 44, 50-345 Wroclaw, Poland