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Acid Air and Aerobiology Related to the Maturing Human Lung.
Age-Dependent Lung Dosimetry of Radon Progeny.
Bronchial Deposition of Inhaled Particles: Dosimetry Implications for Radon Progeny.
cGMP: Generators, Effectors and Therapeutic Implications [electronic resource] /
Cigarette Smoke and Lung Cancer.
Dosimetry of Localized Accumulations of Cigarette Smoke and Radon Progeny at Bifurcations.
Factors to Be Considered in a Dosimetry Model for Risk Assessment of Inhaled Particles.
Human Subject Age and Activity Level: Factors Addressed in a Biomathematical Deposition Program for Extrapolation Modeling.
Inertial Impaction and Gravitational Deposition of Aerosols in Curved Tubes and Airway Bifurcations.
Microdosimetry and Cellular Radiation Effects of Radon Progency in Human Bronchial Airways.
Physical Factors Affecting Lung Deposition of Cigarette Smoke (with Syncarcinogenic Radon Progeny Effects), and Mineral Fiber Particulate Matter.
Predicted Deposition of Nonhygroscopic Aerosols in the Human Lung as a Function of Subject Age.
Radon Progeny Dosimetry in the Rat Lung.
Role of Particle Hygroscopicity in Aerosol Therapy and Inhalation Toxicology.
Sorbent/Urea Slurry Injection for Simultaneous SO2/NOx Removal.
Structural Differences between Human and Rat Lung: Implications for Monte Carlo Modeling of Aerosol Deposition. Biological Factors in Modeling: Respiratory Tract.
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