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Debrisoquine is a guanidinium hypotensive agent (see Chapter 23) that undergoes carbon oxidation in the liver to form a n u m b e r of phase 1 metabolites, of which the most important is 4-hydroxy-debrisoquine. When the ratio unchanged debrisoquine/4-hydroxy-debrisoquine in an 8 hour collection of urine is determined in the population, there is a bimodal frequency distribution, 9 1 % of the population rapidly metabolising the drug and having ratios of 0· 1-5, while the remaining 9 % have ratios of 20-300.
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