Kinetics and metabolism of 2,2-diethylallylacetamide in dog and man

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In dogs, slow intravenous injection of 100 mg of diethylallylacetamide (DA) resulted in maximal blood levels of 10–14 μg/ml, and a rapid phase of elimination during 90 min with a half life of 45 min, followed by a slower elimination rate with a half life of 80–90 min. After oral application of 30 mg DA/kg to female beagle dogs, maximal blood levels of 14 μg… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00586590

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@article{Uehleke1978KineticsAM, title={Kinetics and metabolism of 2,2-diethylallylacetamide in dog and man}, author={Hartmut Uehleke and Maria Brinkschulte-Freitas}, journal={Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology}, year={1978}, volume={302}, pages={11-18} }