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Areas in an office space that are used to travel between offices, cubicles and the like; hallways and corridors.

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BAS disrupt enterohepatic circulation of BA, depleting the endogenous BA pool by approximately 40%.
Future research in this area should quantify how interindividual variations in gut rnicrobiota affect the body burden of environ-mental chemicals by altering a) these chemicals directly, b) the level and activity of host phase I and II enzymes, c) enterohepatic circulation of environmental chemicals, d) depletion of host detoxification capacity, and e) alterations of gut barrier function.
6-fold less free BPA gestation; GD16 free BPA than maternal plasma, detectable in all tissues: free/conjugated BPA ratio placenta > maternal plasma was much greater in > fetus; ratio of fetus; may reflect free/conjugated: fetus > altered conjugation/ placenta > maternal plasma deconjugation balance in fetal compartment, data from early period before enterohepatic circulation created a secondary [C.
The addition of enterohepatic circulation, which simulates how some drugs are collected in the gall bladder and then secreted back into the small intestine, mostly at meal times, and reabsorbed across the intestinal wall, enables researchers to assess and predict the 'double peak' phenomenon seen in the blood concentration-time profiles for these drugs.
Research has demonstrated that enterohepatic circulation is the mechanism that maintains quantitative whole body homeostasis of arachidonic acid.
In rats, PFOS and PFOA are not metabolized and enter into the enterohepatic circulation (Johnson et al.