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enoxaparin pharmacodynamics pathway (PW:0002332)
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enoxaparin pharmacodynamics pathway  
The pathway of enoxaparin-target interaction and of the biochemical or physiological responses to drug. Enoxaparin is a low molecular weight heparin derivative anticoagulant that binds to and activates the thrombin inhibitor antithrombin III (AT). Genetic variations can cause differences in the response of the organism to the drug.
enoxaparin pharmacokinetics pathway 

Related Synonyms: SMP:00272
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