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Correlation of Effects of Inhaled Versus Intratracheally Injected Metals on Susceptibility to Respiratory Infection in Mice.
Dose Response of Elastase-Induced Emphysema in Hamsters.
Effect of NO2 Inhalation and Vitamin C Deficiency on Protein and Lipid Accumulation in the Lung.
Effect of Ozone on Drug-Induced Sleeping Time in Mice Pretreated with Mixed-Function Oxidase Inducers and Inhibitors.
Effect of Urban Ozone Levels on Laboratory-Induced Respiratory Infections.
Effects of Fly Ash and Its Constituents on Sensory Irritation in Mice.
Effects of Immunosuppression with Cyclophosphamide on Acute Murine Cytomegalovirus Infection and Virus-Augmented Natural Killer Cell Activity.
Extrapulmonary Effects of NO2 as Reflected by Pentobarbital-Induced Sleeping Time in Mice.
Increased Infectivity with Exposure to Ozone and Sulfuric Acid.
Influence of Ozone on Pentobarbital-induced Sleeping Time in Mice, Rats, and Hamsters.
Influence of Ozone on Xenobiotic Metabolism.
Particle size considerations for establishing a standard for inhaled particles /
Precipitation-frequency atlas of the Western United States /
Protein Accumulation in Lung Lavage Fluid following Ozone Exposure.
Pulmonary Host Defense Responses to Inhalation of Sulfuric Acid and Ozone.
Similarity Between Man and Laboratory Animals in Regional Pulmonary Deposition of Ozone.
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