Novel metabolites of trichloroethylene through dechlorination reactions in rats, mice and humans.


The excretion and biotransformation of [14C]trichloroethylene (Tri) has been studied in female rats and mice. Seventy-two hours after a single oral dose of 200 mg/kg, rats exhaled 52% and mice 11% of the recovered radioactivity as unchanged Tri, and 1.9% and 6%, respectively, as 14CO2. Rats excreted 41.2% of the recovered radioactivity in the urine, in… (More)


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