Since it is possible that the metabolism of amphetamine to pharmacologically important compounds is related to its plasma level or its rate of excretion, we examined the effect of urinary pH on the rate of disappearance of amphetamine from plasma and on the metabolic fate of this drug.
- Study Author(s):
- John M. Davis, M.D., Irwin J. Kopin, M.D., Louis Lemberger, M.D., and Julius Axelrod, Ph.D.
- Journal Name:
- Annals New York Academy of Sciences
- Publication Date:
- July 1971 Volume 179, Drug Metabolism in Man Pages 493–501
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EFFECTS OF URINARY pH ON AMPHETAMINE METABOLISM
effect of urinary pH on the rate of disappearance of amphetamine from plasma