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EC number: 202-448-4
CAS number: 95-76-1
Worobey, B.L. and Shields, J.B., 1991
In two male wistar rats that were treated with 4.14 x 104 dpm (5.04 µg)
radiolabeled 3,4-dichloroaniline by oral gavage [14C]-residue
disposition was unremarkable in terms of tissue bioaccumulation. The
radioactivty was excreted mainly via urine (81 %) within the first 24 h
after exposure. Only 26 % were excreted via faeces within 72 h. If the
test material was given to the rats in combination with carrot tuber
maccerate most of the radioactivity was excreted via faeces (63 %) and
only 20 % via urine indicating an influence of the carrot tubers on
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