Metabolism of arsenocholine in mice, rats and rabbits.

Abstract

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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