To inactivate and detoxify drugs and other foreign compounds that may cause harm to the body
To incorporate drugs into extracellular matrix structures
To modify drugs in ways that will promote reabsorption from the kidneys
To sequester drugs into peripheral lymph organs to be examined by dendritic cells
The systemic circulation
The thoracic duct
More pharmacological activity and greater water solubility
Less pharmacological activity and greater water solubility
More pharmacological activity and lower water solubility
Less pharmacological activity and lower water solubility
Zero-order kinetics; zero-order kinetics
Zero-order kinetics; first-order kinetics
First-order kinetics; second-order kinetics
First-order kinetics; zero-order kinetics
More drug than usual must be given to reach therapeutic levels.
Less drug should be given to avoid toxicity.
Then CYP levels in the cytoplasm will be reduced.
Drug interactions will be more likely
This usually causes inactivation, but results in decreased solubility
This can cause crystallization in urine
If that drug is given in a large dose, a patient should also drink plenty of water
All of the above