Drug transporters

Drug transporters are also proteins that transport drugs into or out of cells by up taking or refluxing the drugs. There are many types of drug transporters include some enhance the activity of the drug and some reduce the activity of the drug in process like metabolism, respiration etc.

Altered drug transporter function, whether due to genetic polymorphisms, drug-drug interactions, or environmental factors such as dietary constituents, can result in unexpected toxicity. Such effects are in part due to the interplay between various uptake and efflux transporters with overlapping functional capabilities that can manifest as marked interindividual variability in drug disposition in vivo.

Related Journals of Drug transporters

Journal of Developing DrugsDrug Designing: Open Access,International Publisher of Science, Technology and Medicine, Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews, American Journal of Drug Discovery and Development, Arzneimittel-Forschung/Drug Research, Assay and Drug Development Technologies, Biopharmaceutics and Drug Disposition, Cardiovascular and Hematological Disorders - Drug Targets, Chemical Biology and Drug Design,Clinical Pharmacology in Drug Development, Critical Reviews in Therapeutic Drug Carrier Systems, Current Cancer Drug Targets, Current Drug Delivery, Current Drug Targets.

 

 

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