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Are cytochrome P450 3A enzymes in the small intestine responsible for different cyclosporine metabolite patterns in stable male and female renal allograft recipients after co-administration of diltiazem?

Christians U, Bleck JS, Lampen A, Bader A, Thiesemann C, Kliem V, Repp H, Westhoff-Bleck M, Manns M, Sewing KF. Are cytochrome P450 3A enzymes in the small intestine responsible for different cyclosporine metabolite patterns in stable male and female renal allograft recipients after co-administration of diltiazem? Transplant Proc. 1996 Aug; 28(4):2159-61.

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