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Cholestyramine-enhanced fecal elimination of carbon-14 in rats after administration of ammonium [14C]perfluorooctanoate or potassium [14C]perfluorooctanesulfonate.
After a single intravenous dose of ammonium [14C]perfluorooctanoate [( 14C]PFO, 13.3 mg/kg) or of potassium [14C]perfluorooctanesulfonate [( 14C]PFOS, 3.4 mg/kg) to rats, cholestyramine fed daily asExpand
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The herpetofauna of Nayarit, Mexico, is composed of 154 species, including 34 anurans, two salamanders, one crocodylian, 107 squamates, and 10 turtles. We detail the distribution of these speciesExpand
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Biotransformation and elimination of 14C-flecainide acetate in humans.
The metabolism of 14C-flecainide acetate, a new antiarrhythmic, was investigated in four healthy human subjects, after a single, 200-mg oral dose. The cumulative recovery of radioactivity ranged fromExpand
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Absolute bioavailability of lead acetate and mining waste lead in rats.
The primary purpose of this study was to generate data that could be used to determine the absolute bioavailability of lead using data from a previous study in which soil containing lead from miningExpand
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Relative bioavailability of lead from mining waste soil in rats.
The purposes of this study were to determine the extent of absorption of lead (Pb) in mining waste soil from Butte, Montana, and to investigate the effect of mining waste soil dose (g soil/day) onExpand
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Bioavailability of arsenic in soil impacted by smelter activities following oral administration in rabbits.
This study determined the extent of arsenic (As) absorption from soil from Anaconda, Montana. Prepubescent male and female SPF New Zealand White rabbits (5/sex/group) were given a single oralExpand
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Peroxidation of brain lipids following cyanide intoxication in mice.
Lipid peroxidation of brain lipids as determined by the conjugated diene method was observed in mice following administration of sublethal doses of potassium cyanide (KCN). Conjugated dieneExpand
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Lack of toxicity of a STAT3 decoy oligonucleotide
BackgroundSTAT3 overexpression has been detected in several cancers including head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC). Previous studies using intratumoral administration of a STAT3 decoyExpand
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Two-year toxicity and carcinogenicity study of methyleugenol in F344/N rats and B6C3F(1) mice.
Methyleugenol (MEG) was tested for toxicity/carcinogenicity in a 2-yr carcinogenesis bioassay because of its widespread use in a variety of foods, beverages, and cosmetics as well as its structuralExpand
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Toxicokinetics of α-thujone following intravenous and gavage administration of α-thujone or α- and β-thujone mixture in male and female F344/N rats and B6C3F1 mice.
Plants containing thujone have widespread use and hence have significant human exposure. α-Thujone caused seizures in rodents following gavage administration. We investigated the toxicokinetics ofExpand
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