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Metabolite of propranolol.
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Ishida et al (1992) Enzymatic basis for the non-linearity of hepatic elimination of propra. in the isolated perfused rat liver. Biochem.Pharmacol. 44 2281 PMID: 1472093
Masubachi et al (1993) Substrate stereoselectivity and enantiomer/enantiomer interaction in propra. metabolism in the rat liver microsomes. Biochem.Pharmacol. 46 1759 PMID: 8250961
Steiner et al (1992) Induction of propanolol metabolism in the Hep G2 human hepatoma cell line. J.Pharm.Pharmacol. 44 611 PMID: 1357146
Bourne (1981) The metabolism of β-adrenoceptor blocking drugs. Drug Metabolism 6 77
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