| 1. Accepted major perpetrators | 2. Rejected perpetrators | 3. Unclassifiable | 4. Full table |
bupropion is a strong inhibitor of CYP2D6.
|Strong inhibitors||bupropion  |
- Strong inhibitors: ≥ 5-fold increase in AUC or ≥ 80% decrease in clearance of in vivo CYP probe.
Footnotes and References
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|2.||Bergstrom RF, Peyton AL, Lemberger L. Quantification and mechanism of the fluoexetine and tricyclic antidepressant interaction. Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics 1992; 51: 239-48.[PubMed]|
|3.||Alderman J, Preskorn SH, Greenblatt DJ, Harrison W, Penenberg D, Allison J, Chung M. Desipramine pharmacokinetics when coadministered with paroxetine or sertraline in extensive metabolizers. Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology 1997; 17: 284-91.[PubMed]|
|4.||Davies BJL, Coller JK, James HM, Gillis D, Somogyi AA, Horowitz JD, Morris RG, Sallustio BC. Clinical inhibition of CYP2D6-catalysed metabolism by the antianginal agent perhexiline. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 2004; 57: 456-63.[PubMed]|
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