- Drugs that may increase δ-ALA levels include penicillins.
- Cimetidine may decrease δ-ALA levels.
- Numerous drugs are suspected as potential initiators of attacks of acute porphyria, but those classified as unsafe for high-risk individuals include aminopyrine, apronalide, barbiturates, chlordiazepoxide, chlorpropamide, diazepam, dichloralphenazone, ergot preparations, glutethimide, griseofulvin, hydantoin derivatives, isopropyl dipyrone, meprobamate, methyldopa, methylsulfonal, methyprylone, oral contraceptives, pentazocine, phenytoin, progestogens, succinimide, sulfonmethane, and tolbutamide.
δ-Aminolevulinic Acid has been found in Davis's Lab & Diagnostic Tests
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