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Indeed, these factors can affect the overall pharmacokinetics of a drug(s). There are numerous examples of classes of pharmacologic agents that reveal transethnic differences (Table XVII). Genetic differences are evident in absorption, distribution, and elimination processes. Other pharmacologic or biologic endpoints are marked by genetic differences including pain threshold, immune responsiveness, and metabolic parameters. Such ethnic and racial differences in response to pharmacologic agents have the potential to involve drug-nutrient interactions.