The metabolic fate of [35S]-diallyl disulphide in mice
Publication Type:Journal Article
Source:Experientia, Springer, Volume 36, Number 8, p.1000–1001 (1980)
Diallyl disulphide (DADS) is a major constituent of garlic oil. Uptake of [35S]-labelled diallyl disulphide by mouse liver is highest at 90 min after treatment with [35S]-DADS, 70% of the radioactivity is present in the liver cytosol of which 80% is metabolized to sulphate.
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