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Biopharmaceutical studies on indomethacin. II. Mechanism of intestinal absorption of indomethacin in rat in vitro and availability of micronized powder after oral administration to man


, : Biopharmaceutical studies on indomethacin. II. Mechanism of intestinal absorption of indomethacin in rat in vitro and availability of micronized powder after oral administration to man. Yakugaku Zasshi 91(11): 1223-1227


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