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Drug metabolism plays a critical role in the toxicity, efficacy or detoxification of a drug compound. Understanding how a drug compounds' enzymatic metabolic pathways and metabolic rates influence its clearance, metabolite concentration, and potential drug-drug interactions is a critical component to developing safe and effective drugs.

Corning's extensive portfolio of products and services to support the characterization of drug metabolism and drug-drug interactions include: recombinant drug metabolizing enzymes, human- and animal-derived hepatocytes and tissue fractions, antibodies, chemical substrates, metabolites and inhibitors needed to perform metabolic studies.

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