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By isotope dilution analysis with Na2SO4, it was shown that no 35SO42- was present in any of the samples. No unchanged [35S]LAS was detected in the urine or bile, but traces were recovered in the feces. Isotope dilution analysis confirmed that 19% of the fecal 35S was present as [35S]LAS. The nature of the biliary and fecal 35S compounds was not further investigated. Infrared, nmr, and mass spectrometric (MS) studies of the methyl [35S]-esters of the urinary components were performed and compared with spectra of authentic chemical compounds.