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Absorption of Chlorhydroxyquinoline

Naturevolume 199pages703704 (1963) | Download Citation



THERE has been some uncertainty about the fate of halogenated derivatives of oxine in the body1, but only a small part of an oral dose of Chlorhydroxyquinoline could be detected in the urines of rats1,2. In further experiments, traces were found in the blood of rats but the amount could not be estimated.

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    Heseltine, W. W., and Freeman, F. M., J. Pharm. Pharmacol., 11, 169 (1959).

  2. 2

    Heseltine, W. W., and Campbell, P. J., J. Trop. Med. and Hyg., 63, 163 (1960).

  3. 3

    Heseltine, W. W., and Campbell, P. J., J. Trop. Med. and Hyg., 63, 224 (1960).

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  1. E. R. Squibb and Sons, Speke, Liverpool

    • F. M. FREEMAN
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