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EC number: 905-562-9
CAS number: -
data revealed that concentrations of o-xylene peaked in blood and brain
after 2 hr and then declined steadily over time. Levels in brain
(Cmax, AUC) were 3-4 fold higher than in blood.
and brain concentrations of o-xylene were determined in young adult male
Sprague-Dawley rats following sub-acute oral gavage administration (8.47
mmol/kg bw/d, 5 d/wk for 2 wk). Levels of o-xylene in brain (Cmax, AUC)
were 3-4 fold higher than in blood. Concentrations
of o-xylene peaked in blood and brain after 2 hr and then declined
steadily over time.
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