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Association between Health Status and the Performance of Excessively Variable Spirometry Tests in a Population-Based Study in Six U.S. Cities (Journal Version).
Bacterial Sorption of Heavy Metals.
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Mortality in Six U.S. Cities.
Cumulative and Reversible Effects of Lifetime Smoking on Simple Tests of Lung Function in Adults.
Distribution of Forced Vital Capacity and Forced Expiratory Volume in One Second in Children 6 to 11 Years of Age.
Effects of Sulfur Oxides and Respirable Particles on Human Health.
Indoor Air Pollution and Pulmonary Function Growth in Preadolescent Children.
Occupational Exposures and Chronic Respiratory Symptoms: A Population-Based Study.
Passive Smoking and Height Growth of Preadolescent Children.
Passive Smoking, Gas Cooking, and Respiratory Health of Children Living in Six Cities.
Physicochemical Interaction of 'Escherichia coli' Cell Envelopes and 'Bacillus subtilis' Cell Walls with Two Clays and Ability of the Composite to Immobilize Heavy Metals from Solution.
Remobilization of Toxic Heavy Metals Adsorbed to Bacterial Wall-Clay Composites.
Respiratory Symptoms and Lung Function in Relation to Passive Smoking: A Comparative Study of American and French Women.
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