Corpus ID: 23513268

[Binding of racemic indoprofen and its enantiomers to human serum albumin].

@article{Siebler1989BindingOR,
  title={[Binding of racemic indoprofen and its enantiomers to human serum albumin].},
  author={D. Siebler and A. Kinawi},
  journal={Arzneimittel-Forschung},
  year={1989},
  volume={39 6},
  pages={
          659-60
        }
}
Binding of Racemic Indoprofen and its Enantiomers to Human Serum Albumin. The binding to 2% and 4% human serum albumin (HSA) of (+/-)-indoprofen, (-)-indoprofen, and (+)-indoprofen was examined applying a modified ultrafiltration process. The binding properties to HSA were characterized by determining the unbound portions of the drug (a), the overall binding constants (K1), the free reaction energy (delta F degrees), the apparent binding constants (k*), and slope (m). The following results were… Expand
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