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The acetylating activity of N-acetyltransferase 2 (NAT2) has critical implications for therapeutics and disease susceptibility. To date, several polymorphisms that alter the enzymatic activity and/or protein stability of NAT2 have been identified. We examined the distribution and frequency of NAT2 genotypes in the Mexican population. Among 250 samples amplified and sequenced for the NAT2 gene, we found seven different SNPs; the most frequent allele was 803 A>G (35.8%), followed by 282 C>T, 341doi:10.4238/2012.april.27.7 pmid:22614277 fatcat:2pohsellmffprihpbn5xxs4vfa