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Biomarkers of Inflammation in Ozone-Exposed Humans: Comparison of the Nasal and Bronchoalveolar Lavage.
Breakage and Binding of DNA by Reaction Products of Hypochlorous Acid with Aniline, 1-Napthylamine, or 1-Naphthol.
Colchicine Inhibits Elevations in Both Alveolar-Capillary Membrane Permeability and Lavage Surfactant After Exposure of the Rat to Phosgene.
Comparison of the Pulmonary Defenses against Streptococcal Infection in Rats and Mice Following 03 Exposure: Differences in Disease Susceptability and Neutrophil Recruitment.
Exposure of Humans to a Volatile Organic Mixture. 3. Inflammatory Response.
Exposure of Humans to Ambient Levels of Ozone for 6.6 Hours Causes Cellular and Biochemical Changes in the Lung.
Human Upper Respiratory Tract Responses to Inhaled Pollutants with Emphasis on Nasal Lavage.
Nasal Lavage as a Tool in Assessing Acute Inflammation in Response to Inhaled Pollutants.
Neutrophil methods and protocols /
Neutrophil Myeloperoxidase Destruction by Ultraviolet Irradiation.
Ozone-induced inflammatory response in pulmonary cells /
Pulmonary Alterations in Rats Due to Acute Phosgene Inhalation (Journal Version).
Reduction of Neutrophil Influx Diminishes Lung Injury and Mortality Following Phosgene Inhalation.
Time-Dependent Changes of Markers Associated with Inflammation in the Lungs of Humans Exposed to Ambient Levels of Ozone.
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