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Carboxy Hemoglobin Formation Due to Transient Exposure to High Level Carbon Monoxide: Experimental Results and an Explanatory Model.
Carboxyhemoglobin Formation due to Transient Exposure to High Level Carbon Monoxide: Experimental Results and an Explanatory Model.
Collaborative research and health effects of environmental pollutants /
Effect of Ventilation and Perfusion Imbalance on Inert Gas Rebreathing Variables.
Effects of ozone on airway epithelial permeability and ion transport
Focus on-- air quality in North Carolina /
Frequency Dependence of Effective Nasal Resistance.
Guidelines for development of a quality assurance program. Volume XI, Determination of beryllium emissions from stationary sources /
New approaches to quantitating the pulmonary effects of inhaled pollutants /
Prediction of Carboxyhemoglobin Formation Due to Transient Exposure to Carbon Monoxide.
Predictors of Individual Differences in Acute Response to Ozone Exposure.
Regional Differences in Airway Surface Liquid Composition.
Responses of Subjects with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease after Exposures to 0.3 PPM Ozone.
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