DDT tissue retention: sudden rise induced by the addition of aldrin to a fixed DDT intake.


The oral administration of aldrin to male and female beagles, whose diet already included a fixed, regular oral dosage of DDT, resulted in a dramatic rise in the concentrations of DDT, DDE, and DDD in blood and fat. 


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