volume 51, issue 5, P495-500 1992
DOI: 10.1038/clpt.1992.53
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Abstract: Racial differences in the antihypertensive response to propranolol are well documented. This study was conducted to determine whether differences between black subjects and white subjects in propranolol enantiomer pharmacokinetics and protein binding exist that may contribute to the response differences. Twenty-six healthy men (13 black and 13 white subjects) took 80 mg propranolol orally three times daily for 16 doses. Serum samples were collected for 12 hours after the last dose for analysis by chiral HPLC. …

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