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An interspecies comparison of the lung clearance of inhaled monodisperse cobalt oxide particles - part I: objectives and summary of results
Abstract An interspecies comparison of the lung clearance of a well-defined, moderately soluble material was conducted to aid in the development of models used to relate inhalation of radioactiveExpand
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Clearance of sized glass fibres from the rat lung and their solubility in vivo.
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Significance of fibre length in the clearance of asbestos fibres from the lung.
Rats were exposed by inhalation to radioactive anthophyllite asbestos. Animals were then killed serially over a period of 205 days and the fibre content of the lungs measured radiometrically. TheExpand
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The distribution of dust in the rat lung following administration by inhalation and by single intratracheal instillation.
A comparison was made of the distribution of dust in the rat lung following its administration by inhalation and by a single intratracheal instillation. Due to the wide variety of instillationExpand
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Studies on the deposition of inhaled fibrous material in the respiratory tract of the rat and its subsequent clearance using radioactive tracer techniques. 1. UICC crocidolite asbestos.
Abstract Radioactive tracer methods were used to study the distribution of crocidolite between the upper and lower respiratory tracts after single short inhalation exposures of the “nose only” type.Expand
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Impairment of nasal mucociliary clearance in woodworkers in the furniture industry
Black, A., Evans, J. C., Hadfield, Esme H., Macbeth, R. G., Morgan, A., and Walsh, M. (1974).British Journal of Industrial Medicine,31, 10-17. Impairment of nasal mucociliary clearance in woodworkersExpand
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Concentrations and dimensions of coated and uncoated asbestos fibres in the human lung.
Concentrations and length distributions of uncoated and coated amphibole-type fibres in samples of human lung taken at necropsy were measured by optical microscopy using the membrane filter techniqueExpand
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The absorption and retention of inhaled fluorinated hydrocarbon vapours.
Abstract Radioactive tracer techniques were used to measure the partition coefficients of four aliphatic fluorinated hydrocarbons in olive oil and serum. These compounds were shown to have a lowExpand
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Deposition of sized glass fibres in the respiratory tract of the rat.
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Deposition of inhaled asbestos and man-made mineral fibres in the respiratory tract.
  • A. Morgan
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Annals of occupational hygiene
  • 1 October 1995
This paper reviews publications dealing with the deposition of fibrous particles, including asbestos and man-made mineral fibres, in the respiratory tract of man and experimental animals,Expand
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