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| Effects of ABCB1, ABCC2, UGT2B7 and HNF4a genetic polymorphisms on oxcarbazepine concentrations and therapeutic efficacy in patients with epilepsy.
Seizure 2017 Aug 51 102-106.
Shen Chunhong, Zhang Bijun, Liu Zhirong, Tang Yelei, Zhang Yinxi, Wang Shan, Guo Yi, Ding Yao, Wang Shuang, Ding Meipi
| Allele and genotype frequencies of genes relevant to anti-epileptic drug therapy in Mexican-Mestizo healthy volunteers.
Pharmacogenomics 2016 Oct .
Fricke-Galindo Ingrid, Ortega-Vázquez Alberto, Monroy-Jaramillo Nancy, Dorado Pedro, Jung-Cook Helgi, Peñas-Lledó Eva, LLerena Adrián, López-López Maris
| Specific OCT1 and ABCG2 polymorphisms are associated with Lamotrigine concentrations in Chinese patients with epilepsy.
Epilepsy research 2016 Sep 127 186-190.
Shen Chun-Hong, Zhang Yin-Xi, Lu Ru-Yi, Jin Bo, Wang Shan, Liu Zhi-Rong, Tang Ye-Lei, Ding Mei-Pi
| Polymorphisms of ABCG2, ABCB1 and HNF4a are associated with Lamotrigine trough concentrations in epilepsy patients.
Drug metabolism and pharmacokinetics 2015 Aug 30 (4): 282-7.
Zhou Yafang, Wang Xueding, Li Hongliang, Zhang Jie, Chen Ziyi, Xie Wen, Zhang Jinxin, Li Jiali, Zhou Liemin, Huang M
| Pregnane X receptor and hepatocyte nuclear factor 4a polymorphisms are cooperatively associated with carbamazepine autoinduction.
Pharmacogenetics and genomics 2014 Mar 24 (3): 162-71.
Saruwatari Junji, Yoshida Shiho, Tsuda Yoshiyuki, Okada Yusuke, Ogusu Naoki, Yoshida Kousuke, Oniki Kentaro, Yasui-Furukori Norio, Kaneko Sunao, Ishitsu Takateru, Nakagawa Kazu