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'In Vitro' Effects of Mineral Fibers.
Air Quality Data Analysis System for Interrelating Effects, Standards, and Needed Source Reductions: Part 12. Effects on Man, Animals, and Plants as a Function of Air Pollutant Impact.
Chromosomal Changes Associated with Tumorigenic Mineral Fibers.
Comparative Mesothelioma Induction in Rats by Asbestos and Non-Asbestos Mineral Fibers: Possible Correlation with Human Exposure Data.
Correlation of In Vitro and In Vivo Methods by Means of Mass Dose and Fiber Distribution for Amosite and Fibrous Ferroactinolite.
Enhanced Binding of Autologous Red Cells to the Macrophage Plasma Membrane as a Sensitive Indicator of Pollutant Damage.
Health effects investigation of oil shale development : proceedings ... /
Influence of Crystallization Habit of Minerals on 'In Vitro' Cytotoxicity.
Interactions of various air pollutants on causation of pulmonary disease
Interactions of various air pollutants on causation of pulmonary disease /
Interpretation of the Carcinogenicity of Amosite Asbestos and Ferroactinolite on the Basis of Retained Fiber Dose and Characteristics In Vivo.
Light and Electron Microscopy of Dogs' Lungs After Long-Term Exposure to Ozone.
Metaphase and Anaphase Analysis of V79 Cells Exposed to Erionite, UICC Chrysotile, and UICC Crocidolite.
Physiological response to atmospheric pollutants
Physiological response to atmospheric pollutants /
Reactivity of polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons with O2 and NO in the presence of light /
Relative Mesothelioma Induction in Rats by Mineral Fibers: Comparison with Residual Pulmonary Mineral Fiber Number and Epidemiology.
Role of Time as a Factor in the Toxicity of Chemical Compounds in Intermittent and Continuous Exposures. Part I. Effects of Continuous Exposure.
Role of Time as a Factor in the Toxicity of Chemical Compounds in Intermittent and Continuous Exposures. Part II. Effects of Intermittent Exposure.
Significance of Mass and Number of Fibers in the Correlation of V79 Cytotoxicity with Tumorigenic Potential of Mineral Fibers.
Stable Carbon Isotope Analysis of Nucleic Acids to Trace Sources of Dissolved Substrates Used by Estuarine Bacteria.
Study of the Biological Activity of Erionite in Relation to Its Chemical and Structural Characteristics.
Trace substances and tobacco smoke in interaction with nitrogen oxides : biological effects /
Transplanation and Chromosomal Analysis of Cell Lines Derived from Mesotheliomas Induced in Rats with Erionite and UICC Chrysotile Asbestos.
Tumorigenesis by a Ferroactinolite Mineral.
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