- CDC) showed the blood level of cotinine in non-smoking adults had fallen 75% in the past decade. This drop was interpreted as due to indoor smoking bans and decreased smoking.
* * *One of the major detoxication products of nicotine; eliminated rapidly and completely by the kidneys. [anagram of nicotine]
* * *co·tin·ine 'kōt-ən-.ēn, -.īn n an alkaloid C10H12N2O that is the principal metabolite of nicotine and is widely used as an indicator of recent exposure to nicotine
* * *co·ti·nine (koґtĭ-nēn) the major urinary metabolite of nicotine.
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