As carbon disulphide is readily fat and lipid soluble and binds to amino acids and proteins, it disappears rapidly from the bloodstream and has a higher affinity for all tissues and organs (WHO, 1979). It is readily soluble in lipids and its retention increases in individuals with a high percentage of body fat (Rosier et al., 1987a). Carbon disulphide can cross the placenta to the fetus. It has been detected in breast milk and the urine of infants of exposed mothers (Cai and Bao, 1981).

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