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Chronic exposure to ozone causes restrictive lung disease.
Colchicine Inhibits Elevations in Both Alveolar-Capillary Membrane Permeability and Lavage Surfactant After Exposure of the Rat to Phosgene.
Comparison of Phylogenetic Relationships Based on Phospholipid Fatty Acid Profiles and Ribosomal RNA Sequence Similarities among Dissimilatory Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria.
Developmental Charges in Carbachol-Stimulated Inositolphosphate Release in Pigmented Rat Retina.
Effect of Silica and Volcanic Ash on the Content of Lung Alveolar and Tissue Phospholipids.
Effects of ozone exposure on lipid metabolism in human alveolar macrophages. /
Fenthion Produces a Persistent Decrease in Muscarinic Receptor Function in the Adult Rat Retina.
Fluorescence Depolarization Studies of the Phase Transition in Multilamellar Phospholipid Vesicles Exposed to 1.0-GHz Microwave Radiation.
Growth Characteristics, Morphology, and Phospholipid Composition of Human Type 2 Pulmonary Alveolar Cells Grown in a Collagen-Free Microenvironment.
Lavage Phospholipid Concentration After Silica Instillation in the Rat Is Associated with Complexed (Fe(3+)) on the Dust Surface.
Lysophospholipids and eicosanoids in biology and pathophysiology /
Mass spectrometry of phospholipids : tables of molecular and product ions /
Phospholipids and atherosclerosis
Phospholipids and cellular regulation /
Retrograde Axonal Transport of Locally Synthesized Phosphoinositides in the Rat Sciatic Nerve.
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