PMID: 4817854Feb 8, 1974

Transamination is a major pathway of L-dopa metabolism following peripheral decarboxylase inhibition

Nature
M SandlerD B Calne

Abstract

No abstract listed.

References

May 12, 1972·Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta·J H FellmanE S Roth
Sep 1, 1969·British Journal of Pharmacology·D B CalneM Sandler
Jan 1, 1968·Clinica Chimica Acta; International Journal of Clinical Chemistry·F KaroumM Sandler
May 1, 1959·Science·H WEIL-MALHERBER TOMCHICK
Nov 1, 1962·Biochemical Pharmacology·C C PORTERS S BYER
Sep 15, 1962·Experientia·W P BURKARDA PLETSCHER

Citations

Jan 1, 1982·Journal of Neural Transmission·S N YoungW C Purdy
Jan 1, 1981·Journal of Neural Transmission·R BaileyO Jenkins
Jul 15, 1976·Biochemical Pharmacology·R L BronaughC O Rutledge
Dec 31, 2003·Neurotoxicology·M Sandler
May 14, 1999·British Journal of Pharmacology·E RivasJ A Fontenla
May 1, 1990·Pharmacology & Toxicology·P T Männistö, S Kaakkola
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Jun 27, 2002·Expert Opinion on Pharmacotherapy·Claire Henchcliffe, Cheryl Waters
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Aug 9, 2003·Expert Opinion on Drug Safety·Reina Benabou, Cheryl Waters

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