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Metabolism of the surfactants sodium undecyltriethoxy sulphate and sodium dodecyltriethoxy sulphate in the rat.

Taylor AJ, Powell GM, Howes D, Black JG, Olavesen AH.

Biochem J. 1978 Aug 15;174(2):405-12.

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Metabolite production during the biodegradation of the surfactant sodium dodecyltriethoxy sulphate under mixed-culture die-away conditions.

Griffiths ET, Hales SG, Russell NJ, Watson GK, White GF.

J Gen Microbiol. 1986 Apr;132(4):963-72.

PMID:
3760824
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The biodegradation of the surfactant undecyl sulphate.

Burke B, Olavesen AH, Curtis CG, Powell GM.

Xenobiotica. 1976 Nov;6(11):667-78.

PMID:
997585
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The metabolism of potassium dodecyl [35-S]sulphate in the rat.

Denner WH, Olavesen AH, Powell GM, Dodgson KS.

Biochem J. 1969 Jan;111(1):43-51.

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Metabolism in the rat of potassium nonan-5-sulphate, a symmetrical anionic surfactant.

Bains SK, Olavesen AH, Black JG, Howes D, Curtis CG, Powell GM.

Xenobiotica. 1987 Jun;17(6):709-23.

PMID:
3630206
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The metabolism of the surfactants dodecyl sulfonate and hexadecyl sulfonate in the rat.

Taylor AJ, Olavesen AH, Black JG, Howes D.

Toxicol Appl Pharmacol. 1978 Jul;45(1):105-17. No abstract available.

PMID:
211677
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Metabolism in the rat of potassium DL-octan-2-sulphate, a secondary alkyl sulphate.

Maggs JL, Powell GM, Dodgson KS, Howes D, Black JG, Olavesen AH.

Xenobiotica. 1982 Feb;12(2):101-9.

PMID:
7090421
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The distribution and excretion of non-biodegradable anionic surfactants.

Burke B, Olavesen AH, Curtis CG, Powell GM.

Xenobiotica. 1978 Mar;8(3):145-55.

PMID:
654308
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Metabolism of sodium oestrone ( 35 S)sulphate in the rat.

Dolly JO, Curtis CG, Dodgson KS, Rose FA.

Biochem J. 1971 Jun;123(2):261-6.

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The biodegradation of some anionic detergents in the rat. A common metabolic pathway.

Burke B, Olavesen AH, Curtis CG, Powell GM.

Xenobiotica. 1975 Sep;5(9):573-84.

PMID:
1189467
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2-O-methyl-D-glucuronic acid, a new hexuronic acid of biological origin.

Kieras JH, Kieras FJ, Bowen DV.

Biochem J. 1976 Apr 1;155(1):181-5.

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An automatic method for deriving steady-state rate equations.

Cornish-Bowden A.

Biochem J. 1977 Jul 1;165(1):55-9.

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