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Air Quality Data Analysis System for Interrelating Effects, Standards, and Needed Source Reductions: Part 11. A Lognormal Model Relating Human Lung Function Decrease to O3 Exposure.
Air Quality Data Analysis System for Interrelating Effects, Standards, and Needed Source Reductions: Part 12. Effects on Man, Animals, and Plants as a Function of Air Pollutant Impact.
Comparison of the Responses of Children and Adults to Acute Ozone Exposure.
Do Functional Changes in Humans Correlate with the Airway Removal Efficiency of Ozone.
Exposure of Humans to Ambient Levels of Ozone for 6.6 Hours Causes Cellular and Biochemical Changes in the Lung.
Individual Variability in the Magnitude of Acute Respiratory Responses to Ozone Exposure.
Inflammatory Response in Human Lung Exposed to Ambient Levels of Ozone.
Intersubject Variability in Human Acute Ozone Responsiveness. Symposium Proceedings.
Ozone Concentration and Pulmonary Response Relationships for 6.6-Hour Exposures with Five Hours of Moderate Exercise to 0.08, 0.10, and 0.12 PPM.
Predictors of Individual Differences in Acute Response to Ozone Exposure.
Pulmonary Effects of Ozone Exposure during Exercise: Dose-Response Characteristics.
Pulmonary Function and Symptom Responses after 6.6-Hour Exposure to 0.12 ppm Ozone with Moderate Exercise (Journal Version).
Pulmonary Response of White and Black Adults to Six Concentrations of Ozone.
Relationship between Delivered Ozone Dose and Functional Responses in Humans.
Relationships between Lung Function and Physical Characteristics in Young Adult Black and White Males and Females.
Reproducibility of Individual Responses to Ozone Exposure.
Respiratory Response of Humans Exposed to Low Levels of Ozone for 6.6 Hours.
Respiratory Responses of Subjects with Allergic Rhinitis to Ozone Exposure and Their Relationship to Nonspecific Airway Reactivity.
Respiratory Responses of Vigorously Exercising Children to 0.12 ppm Ozone Exposure.
Time-Dependent Changes of Markers Associated with Inflammation in the Lungs of Humans Exposed to Ambient Levels of Ozone.
Tolerance to Methacholine Inhalation Challenge in Nonasthmatic Subjects.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Ozone Epidemiology Research Program: A Strategy for Assessing the Effects of Ambient Ozone Exposure upon Morbidity in Exposed Populations.
Utility of Controlled Human Exposure Studies for Assessing the Health Effects of Complex Mixtures and Indoor Air Pollutants.
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