Therapeutic drug monitoring of total and free mycophenolic acid (MPA) and limited sampling strategy for determination of MPA-AUC in paediatric renal transplant recipients

L. Weber, E. Schutz, T. Lamersdorf, M. Shipkova, P. Niedmann, M. Oellerich, L. Zimmerhackl, A. Staskewitz, O. Mehls, V. Armstrong, B. Tonshoff
1999 Nephrology, Dialysis and Transplantation  
Drug excretion is a concerted action of kidney, liver and intestine dispose of such agents differently and intestines [1,2]. One ultimate goal of the study of depending on their relative lipophilicity. The agents membrane transport of drugs is to answer the question: with relatively low molecular weight and lipophilicity which factors determine the relative contribution of are predominantly excreted by the kidneys. With excretory organs to the total body clearance of various increasing
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