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Lung cytochrome P450-dependent benzyloxyphenoxazone debenzylase and ethoxyphenoxazone deethylase activities in total microsomal and isolated alveolar type II cells: responses to changes in assay conditions with special reference to non-linear dependence at low enzyme concentration.

Lung cytochrome P450-dependent benzyloxyphenoxazone debenzylase and ethoxyphenoxazone deethylase activities in total microsomal and isolated alveolar type II cells: responses to changes in assay conditions with special reference to non-linear dependence at low enzyme concentration. Int J Biochem. 1990; 22(2):171-7.

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