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Metabolism of methyl chloride by human erythrocytes

Archives of Toxicology

Jan 1, 1989

H PeterE Hallier

PMID: 2818198

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Abstract

Erythrocyte cytoplasm of rats, mice and humans was incubated in head space vials with methyl chloride and the decline in concentration of the substance monitored as a parameter of metabolism. The production of S-methylglutathione was controlled by tlc. Rats, mice, bovines, pigs, sheep a...read more

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Metabolic Process, Cellular
August Rats
Methyl Chloride
Bos taurus
Dall Sheep
Rats, Inbred F344
Metabolic Pathway
Gstt1
Sheep antigen
Specimen Type - Erythrocytes
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Metabolism of methyl chloride by human erythrocytes

Archives of Toxicology

Jan 1, 1989

H PeterE Hallier

PMID: 2818198

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Abstract

Erythrocyte cytoplasm of rats, mice and humans was incubated in head space vials with methyl chloride and the decline in concentration of the substance monitored as a parameter of metabolism. The production of S-methylglutathione was controlled by tlc. Rats, mice, bovines, pigs, sheep a...read more

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