In vitro metabolism of fenthion and fenthion sulfoxide by liver preparations of sea bream, goldfish, and rats.

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The in vitro metabolism of fenthion and its sulfoxide (fenthion sulfoxide) in sea bream (Pagrus major) and goldfish (Carassius auratus) was investigated and compared with that in rats. Fenthion was oxidized to fenthion sulfoxide and the oxon derivative, but not to its sulfone, in the presence of NADPH by liver microsomes of sea bream, goldfish, and rats… (More)

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