Answer to Question #5251 in Biochemistry for HALEY
In human studies involving acute inhalation exposure, the urinary excretion of MEK and metabolites and the exhalation of unchanged MEK have been
estimated to account for only a small percentage (0.1–3%) of the absorbed
dose (Perbellini et al., 1984; Liira et al., 1988). The
remainder of the absorbed dose is expected to have undergone rapid transformation to carbon dioxide and water through intermediary metabolic pathways.
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