The Metabolism and Toxicity of Phenols in Cats

@article{Miller1973TheMA,
  title={The Metabolism and Toxicity of Phenols in Cats},
  author={J. Miller and G. M. Powell and A. Olavesen and C. Curtis},
  journal={Biochemical Society Transactions},
  year={1973},
  volume={1},
  pages={1163-1165}
}
The results of the benzoate experiments show that the variable amounts of the mercapturic acid excreted are not due to poor efficiency in the collection of urine from rat pups; they would also appear to rule out any effects on urine excretion owing to the different dietary treatments of animals of different ages. The variations in propylmercapturic acid excretion in animals of different ages could nevertheless be associated with their dietary history up to the time of dosing. It is perhaps… Expand
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