Gianluca Nastasi

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C-fibres probably represent the common final pathway in both ACE inhibitors and neoplastic cough. A recent report demonstrated that inhaled sodium cromoglycate is an effective treatment for ACE inhibitors' cough; this effect might be due to the suppression of afferent unmyelinated C-fibres. We tested the hypothesis that inhaled sodium cromoglycate might(More)
An extremely important part of the finishing line is the pickling process, in which oxides formed during the hot rolling stage are removed from the surface of the steel sheets. The efficiency of the pickling process is mainly dependent on the nature of the oxide present at the surface of the steel, but, also, on process parameters such as bath composition(More)