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Considerations for clinical trial design and data analyses of thorough QT studies using drug-drug interaction


, : Considerations for clinical trial design and data analyses of thorough QT studies using drug-drug interaction. Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 50(10): 1106-1111


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PMID: 20457587

DOI: 10.1177/0091270009358710


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