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Journal of translational medicine, ISSN 1479-5876, 12/2011, Volume 9, Issue S2, pp. I10 - I10
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The New England journal of medicine, ISSN 1533-4406, 03/2012, Volume 366, Issue 10, pp. 904 - 913
In this study of perinatal and infantile hypophosphatasia, patients received ENB-0040, a bone-targeted, recombinant, human tissue-nonspecific isozyme of... 
Medicine, General & Internal | Life Sciences & Biomedicine | General & Internal Medicine | Science & Technology | Recombinant Fusion Proteins - pharmacology | Rickets - diagnostic imaging | Humans | Recombinant Fusion Proteins - therapeutic use | Child, Preschool | Biological Availability | Infant | Male | Injections, Subcutaneous - adverse effects | Bone and Bones - drug effects | Enzyme Replacement Therapy - adverse effects | Bone and Bones - diagnostic imaging | Immunoglobulin G - pharmacology | Female | Infant, Newborn | Recombinant Fusion Proteins - administration & dosage | Alkaline Phosphatase - pharmacology | Immunoglobulin G - therapeutic use | Treatment Outcome | Immunoglobulin G - administration & dosage | Alkaline Phosphatase - therapeutic use | Hypophosphatasia - complications | Radiography | Rickets - drug therapy | Alkaline Phosphatase - administration & dosage | Hypophosphatasia - drug therapy | Infusions, Intravenous | Rickets - etiology | Enzymes | Care and treatment | Usage | Patient outcomes | Hypophosphatasia | Health aspects | Risk factors | Calcification (ectopic) | Alkaline phosphatase | Respiratory function | Cognitive ability | Infants | Bone diseases | Phosphatase | Rickets | Mineralization | Supplementation | Children | Osteomalacia | Parathyroid | Hypocalcemia | Age | Calcium (dietary) | Pharmacodynamics | Statistical analysis | Dietary supplements | Metabolism | Patients | Studies | Parathyroid hormone | Collaboration | Calcification | Plasma levels | Pharmacokinetics | Index Medicus | Abridged Index Medicus
Journal Article
by Griffin, Damian R and Dickenson, Edward J and Wall, Peter D H and Achana, Felix and Donovan, Jenny L and Griffin, James and Hobson, Rachel and Hutchinson, Charles E and Jepson, Marcus and Parsons, Nick R and Petrou, Stavros and Realpe, Alba and Smith, Joanna and Foster, Nadine E and Stevens, Siobhan and Gemperle-Mannion, Elke and Brown, Jaclyn and Philippon, Marc and Beck, Martin and O'Donnell, John and Robinson, David and Hughes, Ivor and Hunter, David and Bennell, Kim and Bache, Christopher Edward and McBryde, Callum and Politis, Angelos and Bankes, Marcus and George, Marc and Bartlett, Gavin and Norton, Mark and Board, Tim and Mohammed, Aslam and Rajpura, Asim and Cronin, Michael and Dandachli, Wael and Witt, Johan and Eastaugh-Waring, Stephen and Fehily, Max and Fern, Darren and Field, Richard and Stafford, Giles and Hashemi-Nejad, Aresh and Khan, Tahir and Kavathapu, Venu and Kiely, Nigel and Whitaker, John Paul and Latimer, Paul and Madan, Sanjeev and Malviya, Ajay and Patil, Sanjeev and Ramachandran, Manoj and Sturridge, Seb and Thomas, Phillip and White, Craig and Wilson, Matthew and Williams, Mark and Jones, Emma and Baker, Simon and Stanton, Joanna and Nicholls, Charlotte and Smeatham, Alison and Gosling, Lucie and MacFarlane, Katte and Pressdee, Fraser and Dickinson, Gareth and Boulton, Karen and Goss, Jill and Venter, Rina and Kassam, Jamila and Simmons, Rachel and Poll, Kathryn and Bergmann, Thomas and Pilkington, Margaret and Armstrong, Jo and Wright, Daniel and Dolphin, Philippa and Bainbridge, Kelly and Callum, Miles and Lewis, Anthony and Smith, Evonne and Cornes, Veronica and Benfield, Joanna and Monnington, Katie and Stewart, Emma and Borrill, Steven and Pinches, Megan and Dawson, Sam and Harding, Noel and Willis, Matthew and Moore, Dani and MacCauley, Andrew and Cooke, David and Fleck, Rebecca and Ball, Julliet and Morrison, Peter and Kennedy, Michael and Turner, Sylvia and Bryant, Charlotte and Harris, Kirsten and ... and FASHIoN Study Group
The Lancet (British edition), ISSN 0140-6736, 06/2018, Volume 391, Issue 10136, pp. 2225 - 2235
Journal Article
Journal of clinical oncology, ISSN 1527-7755, 06/2005, Volume 23, Issue 18, pp. 4152 - 4161
To study the toxicity and pharmacokinetic-pharmacodynamic profile of 17-allylamino, 17- demethoxygeldanamycin (17-AAG) and to recommend a dose for phase II... 
Rifabutin - pharmacokinetics | Drug Administration Schedule | Humans | Middle Aged | Rifabutin - analogs & derivatives | Male | Treatment Outcome | Benzoquinones | Blotting, Western | Immunoenzyme Techniques | Neoplasms - drug therapy | Dose-Response Relationship, Drug | Lactams, Macrocyclic | Rifabutin - pharmacology | Adult | Female | Aged | Index Medicus
Journal Article
by Taylor, Jenny C and Martin, Hilary C and Lise, Stefano and Broxholme, John and Cazier, Jean-Baptiste and Rimmer, Andy and Kanapin, Alexander and Lunter, Gerton and Fiddy, Simon and Allan, Chris and Aricescu, A Radu and Attar, Moustafa and Babbs, Christian and Becq, Jennifer and Beeson, David and Bento, Celeste and Bignell, Patricia and Blair, Edward and Buckle, Veronica J and Bull, Katherine and Cais, Ondrej and Cario, Holger and Chapel, Helen and Copley, Richard R and Cornall, Richard and Craft, Jude and Dahan, Karin and Davenport, Emma E and Dendrou, Calliope and Devuyst, Olivier and Fenwick, Aimée L and Flint, Jonathan and Fugger, Lars and Gilbert, Rodney D and Goriely, Anne and Green, Angie and Greger, Ingo H and Grocock, Russell and Gruszczyk, Anja V and Hastings, Robert and Hatton, Edouard and Higgs, Doug and Hill, Adrian and Holmes, Chris and Howard, Malcolm and Hughes, Linda and Humburg, Peter and Johnson, David and Karpe, Fredrik and Kingsbury, Zoya and Kini, Usha and Knight, Julian C and Krohn, Jonathan and Lamble, Sarah and Langman, Craig and Lonie, Lorne and Luck, Joshua and McCarthy, Davis and McGowan, Simon J and McMullin, Mary Frances and Miller, Kerry A and Murray, Lisa and Németh, Andrea H and Nesbit, M Andrew and Nutt, David and Ormondroyd, Elizabeth and Oturai, Annette Bang and Pagnamenta, Alistair and Patel, Smita Y and Percy, Melanie and Petousi, Nayia and Piazza, Paolo and Piret, Sian E and Polanco-Echeverry, Guadalupe and Popitsch, Niko and Powrie, Fiona and Pugh, Chris and Quek, Lynn and Robbins, Peter A and Robson, Kathryn and Russo, Alexandra and Sahgal, Natasha and van Schouwenburg, Pauline A and Schuh, Anna and Silverman, Earl and Simmons, Alison and Sørensen, Per Soelberg and Sweeney, Elizabeth and Taylor, John and Thakker, Rajesh V and Tomlinson, Ian and Trebes, Amy and Twigg, Stephen R F and Uhlig, Holm H and Vyas, Paresh and Vyse, Tim and Wall, Steven A and Watkins, Hugh and Whyte, Michael P and Witty, Lorna and ...
Nature genetics, ISSN 1061-4036, 05/2015, Volume 47, Issue 7, pp. 717 - 726
Journal Article