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Studies on synthetic sweetening agents. VII. Absorption and excretion of sodium cyclamate



Studies on synthetic sweetening agents. VII. Absorption and excretion of sodium cyclamate



Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin 14(9): 965-971



The urinary excretion rate of CHS-Na [sodium cyclamate] was determined after oral administration to rabbit, and the absorption rate was calculated from the excretion data. And the absorption of CHS-Na was studied after oral administration with the compounds such as caffeine, theophylline, theobromine, albumin, casein, and citric acid, and it was suggested that the absorption of CHS-Na was accelerated in the presence of caffeine and citric acid.

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