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Predicting the Carboxyhemoglobin Levels Resulting from Carbon Monoxide Exposures.
Predictions of Ozone Absorption in Human Lungs from Newborn to Adult.
Production of Arrhythmias by Elevated Carboxyhemoglobin in Patients with Coronary Artery Disease.
Pulmonary Effects of Ozone Exposure during Exercise: Dose-Response Characteristics.
Pulmonary Function and Symptom Responses after 6.6-Hour Exposure to 0.12 ppm Ozone with Moderate Exercise (Journal Version).
Pulmonary Function Effects of 1.0 and 2.0 ppm Sulfur Dioxide Exposure in Active Young Male Non-Smokers.
Pulmonary Function in Normal Humans with Exercise and Temperature-Humidity Stress.
Pulmonary Function, Airway Responsiveness, and Respiratory Symptoms in Asthmatics Following Exercise in NO2.
Pulmonary Response to Threshold Levels of Sulfur Dioxide (1.0 ppm) and Ozone (0.3 ppm) (Journal Version).
Relationship between Delivered Ozone Dose and Functional Responses in Humans.
Resource book for the design of animal exercise protocols /
Respiratory Response of Humans Exposed to Low Levels of Ozone for 6.6 Hours.
Respiratory Responses of Vigorously Exercising Children to 0.12 ppm Ozone Exposure.
Respiratory Responses to Repeated Prolonged Exposure to 0.12 ppm Ozone.
Responses of Subjects with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease after Exposures to 0.3 PPM Ozone.
Short-term human respiratory effects of nitrogen dioxide: determination of quantitative dose-response profiles. Phase I, Exposure of asthmatic volunteers to 4 PPM NO2; final report.
The effect of nitrogen dioxide on lung function in normal subjects /
Thermoregulation in Laboratory Mammals and Humans Exposed to Anticholinesterase Agents.
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