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Coupled Mass and Energy Transport Phenomena during Breathing of High Volume Aqueous Aerosols.
Definition of Airway Composition Within Gamma Camera Images.
Deposition Patterns of Aerosolized Drugs within Human Lungs: Effects of Ventilatory Parameters.
Deposition Patterns of Polydisperse Aerosols within Human Lungs.
Development of Surrogate Lung Systems with Controlled Thermodynamic Environments to Study Hygroscopic Particles: Air Pollutants and Pharmacologic Drugs.
Effects of Toluene Inhalation on Detection of Auditory Signals in Rats.
Mathematical Model for Aerosol Deposition in the Respiratory Tract of the Guinea Pig.
NTP Technical Report on the Toxicology and Carcinogenesis Studies of Hexachlorocyclopentadiene (CAS No. 77-47-4) in F344/N Rats and B6C3F1 Mice (Inhalation Studies).
Physical Factors Affecting Lung Deposition of Cigarette Smoke (with Syncarcinogenic Radon Progeny Effects), and Mineral Fiber Particulate Matter.
Role of Particle Hygroscopicity in Aerosol Therapy and Inhalation Toxicology.
Study for Effects on Embryofoetal Development of the Rat (Inhalation Administration).
Toxicity of an Anthraquinone Violet Dye Mixture Following Inhalation Exposure, Intratracheal Instillation, or Gavage.
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