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Isolation and identification of new rapamycin dihydrodiol metabolites from dexamethasone-induced rat liver microsomes.

Bibliographic reference Nickmilder, Marc ; Verbeeck, R K ; Janssens, Wim ; Svoboda, D ; Lhoëst, G J ; et. al. Isolation and identification of new rapamycin dihydrodiol metabolites from dexamethasone-induced rat liver microsomes.. In: Xenobiotica; the fate of foreign compounds in biological systems, Vol. 27, no. 9, p. 869-83 (1997)
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