Toxicokinetics, covalent binding and histopathological features of [14C]2-chloro-4-acetotoluidide toxicity in the starling after intravenous administration.

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The toxicokinetics and subcellular covalent binding of the avicide 2-chloro-4-acetotoluidide (CAT) were examined in the starling. Intravenous administration of 4.5 mg/kg ring-labeled [14C]-CAT produced biphasic decay curves of the radioactivity in plasma and other tissues. The alpha phase of the decay curves ranged from 17 min to 1 hr while the beta phase… (More)

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@article{Siegel1983ToxicokineticsCB, title={Toxicokinetics, covalent binding and histopathological features of [14C]2-chloro-4-acetotoluidide toxicity in the starling after intravenous administration.}, author={David Siegel and Shri N. Giri}, journal={Experimental and molecular pathology}, year={1983}, volume={39 2}, pages={194-206} }