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Absorption, distribution and milk secretion of radionuclides by the dairy cow. III. Radiotellurium


, : Absorption, distribution and milk secretion of radionuclides by the dairy cow. III. Radiotellurium. Health Physics 27(3): 279-284

Four lactating cows were confined in metabolism stalls and each given a single oral dose of 129mTe. For the next 5 days, all milk, urine and faeces from the cows were collected, and the 129mTe content measured. The highest concentration of 129mTe in the milk was 0.0035% 18 hours after administration of the nuclide. The activity decreased with a biological half-time in the milk of 28 hours.

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PMID: 4436050

DOI: 10.1097/00004032-197409000-00006


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