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Acute toxicity of selected toxicants to six species of fish /
Composition of Glycoproteins Secreted by Tracheal Explants from Various Animal Species.
Effect of a Number 2 Fuel Oil and a South Louisiana Crude Oil on the Behavior of the Soft Shell Clam, Mya arenaria L.
Giardia lamblia: Stimulation of Growth by Human Intestinal Mucus and Epithelial Cells in Serumfree Medium (Journal Version).
Ineffectiveness of Cough for Enhancing Mucus Clearance in Asymptomatic Smokers.
Interdisciplinary investigation of mucus production and transport.
Mucociliary Clearance of Inhaled Particles Measured at 2 h after Ozone Exposure in Humans.
Mucus Glycoprotein Secretion by Tracheal Explants: Effects of Pollutants.
Mucus in health and disease II
Occurrence of Agglutinins in the Pallial Cavity Mucus of Oysters.
Prevalence of 'Giardia' spp. in Beaver and Muskrat Populations in Northeastern States and Minnesota: Detection of Intestinal Trophozoites at Necropsy Provides Greater Sensitivity than Detection of Cysts in Fecal Samples.
Proceedings of the Symposium on Experimental Models for Pulmonary Research /
Respiratory tract mucus.
Review, Discussion, and Summary: Toxicology.
Ventilatory Patterns of Bluegill ('Lepomis macrochirus') Exposed to Organic Chemicals with Different Mechanisms of Toxic Action (Revised).
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