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Thromb Haemost 2007; 97(05): 866-868
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Any effect of CYP2C9 variants on warfarin clearance in Chinese patients?Financial support: The study was supported by a Direct Grant for Research (project code: 2041154) from The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
09 April 2006
09 April 2006
Accepted after resubmission 21 February 2007
24 November 2017 (online)
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