Your genetic profile also determines how you respond
to antihypertensive drugs
1. Atenolol: Hypertension patient carrying variation in AGT gene may have a smaller decrease in systolic
blood pressure when treated with atenolol.
2. Benazepril: Variation in AGT gene impacts the effect of drug in you.
3. Imidapril: Variation in AGT gene impacts the effect of drug in you.
4. Enalapril: If you carry variation in CSE gene it may require you to alter the drug dosage to have the desired impact
5. Losartan: If you carry variation in CYP2C9 gene then Losartan may not work in you.
6. Metoprolol: If you are carrying variation in CYP2D6 genotype then you may require to alter the dosage of Metoprolol.
7. Verapamil: Variation in CACNA1C, KCNIP1, NR1H3 affects the effect of Verapamil.
8. Timolol: If you carry variation in ADRB1 gene then Timolol alone may not be effective to control your hypertension.
9. Irbesartan: Variation in EDN1 gene may lead to altered effect in you.