Triclocarban bioaccumulation is possible in a number of organisms. Earthworms are known to store this chemical in their bodies and, because of their ecological role as a food source, they have the potential to move triclocarban up the food chain.  Microbial species found in soils also bioaccumulate triclocarban. However, the health of these microbes has not been found to be affected by the presence of the chemical.  Triclocarban is rapidly accumulated in both algae and adult caged snails.  Moreover, triclocarban is more likely than triclosan to bioaccumulate in aquatic organisms. 
Pharmacom Labs Oxandrolonos is presented in a 100 tablet box with 2 blister packs of 50 tablets each. Each tablet reportedly contains 10 milligrams of oxandrolone according to the label and packaging. Samples of this product were purchased from a North American-based authorized distributor between the dates of June 1, 2015 and June 30, 2015. The samples were forwarded and received by the analytical laboratory SIMEC AG for HPLC-UV testing on July 20, 2015. The quantitative dosage testing report was completed on August 10, 2015. The product was identified with an expiration date of October 15, 2018 and a batch number of MBMN1. There was no verification code printed on the box.