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EC number: 203-049-8 | CAS number: 102-71-6
With only 40% of the dose excreted within 24 hours, mice appeared to excrete intravenously administered triethanolamine much slower than did rats. Considerably more of the dose was recovered in the feces of mice (28 %) than in rats (0.6 %). However, it is common for mice to shred and powder their food pellets, and the feces collections are often contaminated with urine-soaked solids and their associated radiochemical equivalents. Less than 0.5 % of the dose was recovered in carbon dioxide traps, and less than 0.1 % was recovered in volatiles traps. The distribution of radioactivity present in tissue samples from female mice showed that, as with rats, the heart, kidney, liver, lung, and spleen contained higher concentrations of triethanolamine equivalent relative to blood.
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