Metabolic detoxification

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Metabolic detoxification is the process of removing unwanted exogenous or endogenous lipid-soluble compounds from the body.

Phase I detoxification[edit | edit source]

Phase II detoxification[edit | edit source]

Phase III detoxificatoin[edit | edit source]

Endogenous - Growing or originating from within an organism.

Phase three - Last phase of clinical trials before a drug can be approved for public use. Whereas Phase one assesses basic safety, and Phase two assesses basic efficacy, Phase three uses many trial participants to fully assess both safety and efficacy.

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