Nicotine-1’-N-oxide is a derivative of Nicotine (N412420) found in the leaves, stems, and roots of N. tabacum, N. affinis and N. sylvestris. Nicotine-1’-N-oxide has also been identified as a metabolite of nicotine in animals and in man. The metabolism of nicotine in man proceeds by alternative routes of oxidation of nitrogen to form nicotine-1’-N-oxide (both diastereomers) or cotinine. The ratio of these two products has been suggested as an indicator of bladder cancer in humans.
Dangerous Goods Info:
Not a dangerous good if item is equal too or less than 1g/ml and there is less than 100g in the package