The principal classes of xenobiotics of medical relevance are drugs, chemical carcinogens, naturally occurring compounds in plant foods, and various compounds that have found their way into our environment by one route or another, such as polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), insecticides and other pesticides. Metabolism of xenobiotics include two phases:
The other reaction include reduction and hydrolysis, which perform by same enzymes species.
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