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Distribution of S-35 in the blood and its excretion in urine of dogs exposed to S-35-O2.
Yokoyama-E; Yoder-RE; Frank-NR
Arch Environ Health 1971 Mar; 22(3):389-395
Exposure of the upper airways of dogs to radioactive sulfur-dioxide (7446095) (S-35-O2) for 30 and 60 minutes produced progressively increasing blood S-35 levels. More S-35 is found in plasma than in red blood cells; more than half of the plasma S-35 is dialyzable, with greatest radioactivity of the nondiayzable fraction associated with alpha-globulin proteins. Blood S-35 levels are higher following in-vivo exposure than when plasma S-35 is mixed with nonradioactive red blood cells. S-35 is excreted in the urine primarily in the form of inorganic sulfate.
NIOSH-Publication; NIOSH-Grant; Hematological-changes; Metabolism; Blood-chemistry; Urine-chemistry; Biochemical-reactions
Physiology Harvard School of Pub Health 665 Huntington Avenue Boston 15, Mass
Issue of Publication
Archives of Environmental Health
Harvard University, Boston, Massachusetts
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