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Re: Need help interpreting graph
« Reply #15 on: July 12, 2022, 08:15:51 pm »
Thank you Billuminati for the feedback. It is very greatly appreciated.

I checked with my teacher, and he said I don't need to talk about the properties and structure for my investigation, as it is too complex to go into.

With regards to the high metabolite stuff, can I say that there is a high concentration of X metabolite? Or am I contradicting myself?

Thank you,

You probably need to say something to the lines of more lidocaine metabolite = more lidocaine activity since it’s a prodrug. You also need to define a prodrug (a drug taken in the inactive form that only becomes activated after being metabolised ie its metabolites are the active ingredient)

It’s usually not a good idea to say “high concentration” without saying what you’re comparing it to
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