Inhibition of the cytochrome P-450 multifunctional oxidase by N-propargyl analogs of SKF-525A and acetylmethadol
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New N-propargyl analogs of SKF-525A and acetyl methadol were tested for their inhibitory potency toward P-450 multifunctional oxidase. Metabolism of these analogs appears to be different from the metabolism of SKF-525A itself; no N-dealkylated species were detected, — in vitro N-demethylation of aminopyrine and spectrofluorometric measurements support the hypothesis of an interaction between the hepatic flavo-protein and the acetylenic function of the inhibitors.
Key-wordsCytochrome P-450 N-propargyl analogs Flavoprotein
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