Cytochrome P450 2C9-CYP2C9.

Authors:
Sharon Marsh
Sharon Marsh
Washington University School of Medicine
United States
Howard McLeod
Howard McLeod
University of North Carolina
United States
Katrin Sangkuhl
Katrin Sangkuhl
Stanford University
United States
Teri E Klein
Teri E Klein
Stanford University
United States
Russ B Altman
Russ B Altman
Stanford University
United States

Pharmacogenet Genomics 2010 Apr;20(4):277-81

Center for Pharmacogenomics at Washington University, St Louis, Missouri, USA.

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