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Age-Dependent Lung Dosimetry of Radon Progeny.
Airway Structure Variability in the Long-Evans Rat Lung.
Carcinogenic Risk of Non-Uniform Alpha Particle Irradiation in the Lungs: Radon Progeny Effects at Bronchial Bifurcations.
Comparative Hepatotoxicity of Inhaled Cadmium Chloride and Cadmium Oxide (Journal Version).
Comparative Study of the Effects of Inhaled Cadmium Chloride and Cadmium Oxide: Pulmonary Response.
Distribution and Toxicological Effects of Inhaled Methyl Bromide in the Rat.
Dose-Response Relationships in Mice Following Subchronic Exposure to 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin: CYP1A1, CYP1A2, Estrogen Receptor, and Protein Tyrosine Phosphorylation.
Effects of NiCl2 and CdCl2 on Susceptibility to Murine Cytomegalovirus and Virus-Augmented Natural Killer Cell and Interferon Responses.
Evaluating the Toxicity of Urban Patterns of Oxidant Gases. 1. An Automated Chronic Gaseous Animal Inhalation Exposure Facility.
Evaluating the Toxicity of Urban Patterns of Oxidant Gases. 2. Effects in Mice from Chronic Exposure to Nitrogen Dioxide.
Evaluation of Effects of Ozone Exposure on Influenza Infection in Mice Using Several Indicators of Susceptibility (Journal Version).
Functional Evidence of Persistent Airway Obstruction in Rats Following a Two-Hour Inhalation Exposure to Methyl Isocyanate.
Glutathione Peroxidase and Glutathione Transferase Activity in Rat Lung and Liver Following Cadmium Inhalation.
Histamine and Methacholine Aerosol Bronchial Challenge in Awake Guinea Pigs.
Increased Susceptibility to Pentobarbital Following Mouse Cytomegalovirus Infection: Relative Roles of Viral-Induced Interferon and Viral Infection of the Liver.
Influence of Breathing Mode and Activity Level on the Regional Deposition of Inhaled Particles and Implications for Regulatory Standards (March 1986).
Influence of Breathing Mode and Activity Level on the Regional Deposition of Inhaled Particles and Implications for Regulatory Standards.
Influence of Exposure Patterns of Nitrogen Dioxide and Modifications by Ozone on Susceptibility to Bacterial Infectious Disease in Mice.
Inhalation Reference Dose (RfDi): An Application of Interspecies Dosimetry Modeling for Risk Assessment of Insoluble Particles.
Issues That Must Be Addressed When Constructing Anatomical Models of the Developing Lung.
Measurements of Cardiopulmonary Response in Awake Rats during Acute Exposure to Near-Ambient Concentrations of Ozone.
Microdosimetry and Cellular Radiation Effects of Radon Progency in Human Bronchial Airways.
Morphometric Comparison of the Nasopharyngeal Airway of Laboratory Animals and Humans.
Morphometric Study of Nasal-Pharyngeal Growth for Particle Deposition in the Rat.
Ozone Uptake in Awake Sprague-Dawley Rats.
Poly(1):poly(C)-Enhanced Alveolar and Peritoneal Macrophage Phagocytosis: Quantification by a New Method Utilizing Fluoroescent Beads.
Pulmonary Function in Juvenile and Young Adult Rats Exposed to Low-Level NO2 with Diurnal Spikes.
Radon Progeny Dosimetry in the Rat Lung.
Role of Particle Hygroscopicity in Aerosol Therapy and Inhalation Toxicology.
Trimethyltin Effects on Auditory Function and Cochlear Morphology.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Inhalation RFD Methodology: Risk Assessment for Air Toxics.
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