Karim, Aziz
January 1975
Angiology;Jan1975 Part 2, Vol. 26, p85
Academic Journal
Focuses on the usability of drug metabolism and pharmacokinetic studies on a new drug production. Stage of drug development; Excretion of radioactive disopyramide; Determination of the plasma and urine levels of disopyramide obtained after administration of the drug in aqueous solution.


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