Nevertheless, we suggested that oxcarbamazepine-warfarin metabolism interaction, possibly via VK0RC1 1173CC mutation could cause a continuous decrease in warfarin's ability to suppress vitamin K epoxide reductase enzyme.
What does VKOR stand for?
VKOR stands for Vitamin K Epoxide Reductase
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The eQ-PCRT LC Warfarin Genotyping Kit is an in vitro diagnostic test for genotyping single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in the cytochrome P450 enzyme gene CYP2C9 known as CYP2C9*2 ( C 4 3 0 T ), C Y P 2 C 9 * 3 (A1075C), and an SNP in the vitamin K epoxide reductase complex I gene (VKORCI) Known as VKO-RC1 (-1639G>A).
Their latest report, published in the March 6 issue of The New England Journal of Medicine, focused on individuals who possess one of three variations of a gene that codes for the vitamin K epoxide reductase enzyme (VKORC1).
The ability to provide this test is a direct result of Clinical Data's recent execution of intellectual property licenses under which the Company has been granted commercialization rights relating to certain polymorphisms in the Vitamin K epoxide reductase complex gene (VKORC1; also known as VKOR).