Chromatographic methods for the determination of toxicants in faeces.

@article{Kok1992ChromatographicMF,
  title={Chromatographic methods for the determination of toxicants in faeces.},
  author={T. D. de Kok and P. Levels and A. van Faassen and M. Hazen and F. ten Hoor and J. Kleinjans},
  journal={Journal of chromatography},
  year={1992},
  volume={580 1-2},
  pages={
          135-59
        }
}
Modern chromatographic techniques and their application in the determination of toxic compounds in faeces are reviewed. Faecal analysis may be of importance in toxicokinetic studies of xenobiotics in order to determine factors such as metabolism, body burden and major routes of elimination. Compounds of interest include various food constituents, drugs and occupational or environmental factors. Further, various mutagenic or carcinogenic compounds which are excreted by faeces have been indicated… Expand
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