The distribution, retention and biotransformation of arsenocholine, an organic arsenic compound present in certain seafood, have been studied in rats, mice and rabbits by use of synthesized 73 As-labelled arsenocholine. Orally administered arsenocholine was almost completely absorbed from the gastro-intestinal tract in mice and rats. In all species 70--80… (More)
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