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There was a significant trend in Oriental subjects for reduced elimination of C-OH so that N-glu became the main metabolite in about half of this group of subjects. The study to be described has - in the course of its development - assumed directions which were unforseen at the outset. It will therefore be appropriate to report on these research efforts as a series of progressive steps. The Selection of Amobarbital for Study The initial problem was the selection of a drug suitable to be given for the purpose of assessing biotransformation capacity in human subjects.
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Amobarbital Metabolites in the Urine of 4 Selected Subjects: C-OH is indicated by circles, N-glu by triangles. The curves indicate that subject 3 produces more N-glu than C-OH amobarbital. In subject 5, N-glu is absent while in subjects 6 and 7, C-hydroxylation predominates although to different degrees. It is remarkable that slopes of the curves are very little influenced by the variability of the mix of metabolites. , Clin. Pharmacol. Ther. (14)]. Deficiency of N-glu Formation As described above, there was one subject among 129 with virtual absence of N-glu in urine.