UPLC-MS, HPLC-radiometric, and NMR-spectroscopic studies on the metabolic fate of 3-fluoro-[U-14C]-aniline in the bile-cannulated rat.

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1. A study of the rates and routes of excretion of 3-fluoro-[U-(14)C]aniline following intraperitoneal administration to male bile-cannulated rats by liquid scintillation counting (LSC) gave a total recovery of approximately 90% in the 48 h following dosing, with the majority of the dose being excreted in the urine during the first 24 h (approximately 49… (More)
DOI: 10.3109/00498254.2010.483294

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@article{Athersuch2010UPLCMSHA, title={UPLC-MS, HPLC-radiometric, and NMR-spectroscopic studies on the metabolic fate of 3-fluoro-[U-14C]-aniline in the bile-cannulated rat.}, author={Toby J. Athersuch and Jos{\'e} Manuel Castro-P{\'e}rez and Cleveland Rodgers and Joseph Nicholson and Ian D. Wilson}, journal={Xenobiotica; the fate of foreign compounds in biological systems}, year={2010}, volume={40 7}, pages={510-23} }