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Nature and fate of insecticide residues inhaled by rats in cigarette smoke

Drug Metabolism and Disposition : the Biological Fate of Chemicals

Jan 1, 1975

Y H AtallahJ H Thorstenson

PMID: 1227

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Radioactive carbaryl, carbofuran, parathion, leptophos, and DDT were added to cigarettes and the mainstream smoke was directed to the lungs of rats via the trachea. Total radiocarbon transfer to the lungs ranged from 9 to 15% of that in the tobacco burned during a smoking process involv...read more

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Entire Trachea
Nicotiana
Pesticide Residues
Organ
Carcinoma in Situ of Trachea
Furadan
Inspiration Function
Carbofuran
Tracheal Diseases
Lung
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    Drug Metabolism and Disposition : the Biological Fate of Chemicals

    Jan 1, 1975

    Y H AtallahJ H Thorstenson

    PMID: 1227

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    Radioactive carbaryl, carbofuran, parathion, leptophos, and DDT were added to cigarettes and the mainstream smoke was directed to the lungs of rats via the trachea. Total radiocarbon transfer to the lungs ranged from 9 to 15% of that in the tobacco burned during a smoking process involv...read more

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    Entire Trachea
    Nicotiana
    Pesticide Residues
    Organ
    Carcinoma in Situ of Trachea

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