إحسان فلاح بيرم ( مدرس )
كلية الصيدلة - صيدلة عام
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Effects of human SULT1A3/SULT1A4 genetic polymorphisms on the sulfation of acetaminophen and opioid drugs by the cytosolic sulfotransferase SULT1A3.
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صيدلة التخصص العام:
Ahsan F. Bairam اسم الناشر:
Rasool MI, Alherz FA, Abunnaja MS, El DaibaniAA, Kurogi K, Liu MC. اسماء المساعدين:
Arch Biochem Biophys الجهة الناشرة:
Arch Biochem Biophys. 2018 Jun 15;648:44-52.  
2018 سنة النشر:


Abstract Sulfoconjugation has been shown to be critically involved in the metabolism of acetaminophen (APAP), morphine, tapentadol and O-desmethyl tramadol (O-DMT). The objective of this study was to investigate the effects of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) of human SULT1A3 and SULT1A4 genes on the sulfating activity of SULT1A3 allozymes toward these analgesic compounds. Twelve non-synonymous coding SNPs (cSNPs) of SULT1A3/SULT1A4 were investigated, and the corresponding cDNAs were generated by site-directed mutagenesis. SULT1A3 allozymes, bacterially expressed and purified, exhibited differential sulfating activity toward each of the four analgesic compounds tested as substrates. Kinetic analyses of SULT1A3 allozymes further revealed significant differences in binding affinity and catalytic activity toward the four analgesic compounds. Collectively, the results derived from the current study showed clearly the impact of cSNPs of the coding genes, SULT1A3 and SULT1A4, on the sulfating activity of the coded SULT1A3 allozymes toward the tested analgesic compounds. These findings may have implications in the pharmacokinetics as well as the toxicity profiles of these analgesics administered in individuals with distinct SULT1A3 and/or SULT1A4 genotypes.