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Treatment of Data from Drug Urinary Excretion

Naturevolume 214pages247249 (1967) | Download Citation

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There are many well known methods of interpreting data on the excretion of drugs and their metabolites. The author suggests another, and claims that it may be an improvement in some circumstances.

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  1. Nicholas Research Institute, Slough, Buckinghamshire

    • B. K. MARTIN

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