Biotransformation and bioactivation reactions–2016 literature highlights

S.C. Khojasteh*, Ivonne M.C.M. Rietjens, Deepak Dalvie, Grover Miller

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Abstract

We are pleased to present a second annual issue highlighting a previous year’s literature on biotransformation and bioactivation. Each contributor to this issue worked independently to review the articles published in 2016 and proposed three to four articles, which he or she believed would be of interest to the broader research community. In each synopsis, the contributing author summarized the procedures, analyses and conclusions as described in the original manuscripts. In the commentary sections, our authors offer feedback and highlight aspects of the work that may not be apparent from an initial reading of the article. To be fair, one should still read the original article to gain a more complete understanding of the work conducted. Most of the articles included in this review were published in Drug Metabolism and Disposition or Chemical Research in Toxicology, but attempts were made to seek articles in 25 other journals. Importantly, these articles are not intended to represent a consensus of the best papers of the year, as we did not want to make any arbitrary standards for this purpose, but rather they were chosen by each author for their notable findings and descriptions of novel metabolic pathways or biotransformations. I am pleased that Drs. Rietjens and Dalvie have again contributed to this annual review. We would like to welcome Grover P Miller as an author for this year’s issue, and we thank Tom Baillie for his contributions to last year’s edition. We have intentionally maintained a balance of authors such that two come from an academic setting and two come from industry. Finally, please drop us a note if you find this review helpful. We would be pleased to hear your opinions of our commentary, and we extend an invitation to anyone who would like to contribute to a future edition of this review. This article is dedicated to Professor Thomas Baillie for his exceptional contributions to the field of drug metabolism.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)285-317
JournalDrug Metabolism Reviews
Volume49
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017

Keywords

  • aldehyde oxidase
  • bioactivation
  • Biotransformation
  • cytochrome P450
  • UGT

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