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Spectroscopic techniques in the study of protein binding. A fluorescence technique for the evaluation of the albumin binding and displacement of warfarin and warfarin-alcohol
Determinants of the response to coumarin anticoagulants in patients with acute myocardial infarction
Protein binding of drugs determine by continuous ultrafiltration. II: Protein binding of warfarin (author's transl)
Teicoplanin does not modify the hypoglycemic effects of phenformin or glibenclamide, nor the anticoagulant action of warfarin. Experimental study
The Effect of Increased Free Concentrations of Warfarin Due to Protein-binding Substitution in a Combination of Tolvaptan on the PT-INR
Displacement of phenprocoumon (Marcumar) from albumin by sulfonylurea compounds, suramin, and ioglycamic acid
Effect of sodium chlorophenoxyisobutyrate on the binding of vitamin K antagonists to human albumin in vitro
Binding of certain acidic drugs to human albumin: theoretical and practical estimation of fundamental parameters
Enhancement of Warfarin Anticoagulant Reaction in Patients with Repeated Oral Tolvaptan Administration
Chemical modification of human albumin at cys34 by ethacrynic acid: structural characterisation and binding properties
Spectrophotofluorometric evidence of negatively cooperative binding of warfarin and phenylbutazone to human serum albumin
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