DISTRIBUTION, METABOLISM AND EXCRETION OF PERCUTANEOUSLY ADMINISTERED DITOPHAL ("ETISUL").

@article{Ellard1965DISTRIBUTIONMA,
  title={DISTRIBUTION, METABOLISM AND EXCRETION OF PERCUTANEOUSLY ADMINISTERED DITOPHAL ("ETISUL").},
  author={G. A. Ellard and J. Garrod and B. Scales and G. Snow},
  journal={Biochemical pharmacology},
  year={1965},
  volume={14},
  pages={
          129-38
        }
}
Abstract When 35 S-labelled ditophal is rubbed into the skin it is rapidly distributed throughout the body via the circulating blood and radioactivity is concentrated in the skin, both at the site of application and elsewhere. In patients living in a tropical climate, ditophal is largely eliminated from the body in the sweat, togetherwith volatile metabolic products. Urinary metabolites include small amounts of ethyl methyl sulphone and ethyl methyl sulphoxide and much larger amounts of… Expand
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