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Zebularine metabolism by aldehyde oxidase in hepatic cytosol from humans, monkeys, dogs, rats, and mice: influence of sex and inhibitors.

To aid in the clinical evaluation of zebularine, a potential oral antitumor agent, we initiated studies on the metabolism of zebularine in liver cytosol from humans and other mammals. Metabolism by aldehyde oxidase ( AO, EC was the major catabolic route, yielding uridine as the primary metabolite, which was metabolized further to uracil by uridine phosphorylase. The inhibition of zebularine metabolism was studied using raloxifene, a known potent inhibitor of AO, and 5-benzylacyclouridine (BAU), a previously undescribed inhibitor of AO. The Michaelis-Menten kinetics of aldehyde oxidase and its inhibition by raloxifene and BAU were highly variable between species.[1]


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