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Mechanisms of Particulate Matter Toxicity in Neonatal and Young Adult Rat Lungs
Report #: 135, Publication Type: Research Reports
Author: Pinkerton, Kent E, Yamei Zhou, Caiyun Zhong, Kevin R Smith, Stephen V Teague, Ian M Kennedy, Margaret G Ménache,  2008-10-31 Order this Publication
About This Publication Research Report 135 describes a study to determine whether the biologic response to inhaled ultrafine particles depends on particle composition. Neonatal and young adult rats were exposed to laboratory-generated ultrafine metal particles, either alone or in combination with soot, and their lungs examined for oxidative stress, inflammation, and injury.
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