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The Environmental fate of three carcinogens: benzo-(alpha)-pyrene, benzidine, and vinyl chloride evaluated in laboratory model ecosystems.

Radiolabeled benzo-((alpha)-pyrene, benzidine, and vinyl chloride were evaluated in laboratory model ecosystems for environmental fate, degradation pathways, bioconcentration, and food chain accumulation. The comparative effects of microsomal detoxications were evaluated using the inhibitor piperonyl butoxide. The accumulation and bioconcentration of benzo-(alpha)-pyrene and benzidine were closely correlated with their octanol/water partition coefficients and water solubility. Benzo-(alpha)-pyrene as predicted by these parameters was bioaccumulated to substantial levels in several organisms. Vinyl chloride was not accumulated because of its high volatility.[1]


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