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Metoprolol-paroxetine interaction in human liver microsomes: Stereoselective aspects and prediction of the in vivo interaction.

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Hemeryck, Alex, et al. “Metoprolol-Paroxetine Interaction in Human Liver Microsomes: Stereoselective Aspects and Prediction of the in Vivo Interaction.” DRUG METABOLISM AND DISPOSITION, vol. 29, no. 5, 2001, pp. 656–63.
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Hemeryck, A., DE VRIENDT, C., & Belpaire, F. (2001). Metoprolol-paroxetine interaction in human liver microsomes: Stereoselective aspects and prediction of the in vivo interaction. DRUG METABOLISM AND DISPOSITION, 29(5), 656–663.
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Hemeryck, Alex, CA DE VRIENDT, and Frans Belpaire. 2001. “Metoprolol-Paroxetine Interaction in Human Liver Microsomes: Stereoselective Aspects and Prediction of the in Vivo Interaction.” DRUG METABOLISM AND DISPOSITION 29 (5): 656–63.
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Hemeryck, Alex, CA DE VRIENDT, and Frans Belpaire. 2001. “Metoprolol-Paroxetine Interaction in Human Liver Microsomes: Stereoselective Aspects and Prediction of the in Vivo Interaction.” DRUG METABOLISM AND DISPOSITION 29 (5): 656–663.
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Hemeryck A, DE VRIENDT C, Belpaire F. Metoprolol-paroxetine interaction in human liver microsomes: Stereoselective aspects and prediction of the in vivo interaction. DRUG METABOLISM AND DISPOSITION. 2001;29(5):656–63.
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A. Hemeryck, C. DE VRIENDT, and F. Belpaire, “Metoprolol-paroxetine interaction in human liver microsomes: Stereoselective aspects and prediction of the in vivo interaction.,” DRUG METABOLISM AND DISPOSITION, vol. 29, no. 5, pp. 656–663, 2001.
@article{141920,
  author       = {{Hemeryck, Alex and DE VRIENDT, CA and Belpaire, Frans}},
  issn         = {{0090-9556}},
  journal      = {{DRUG METABOLISM AND DISPOSITION}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  number       = {{5}},
  pages        = {{656--663}},
  title        = {{Metoprolol-paroxetine interaction in human liver microsomes: Stereoselective aspects and prediction of the in vivo interaction.}},
  volume       = {{29}},
  year         = {{2001}},
}

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