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MECHANISM OF BRONCHOCONSTRICTION DURING INHALATION OF SULFUR DIOXIDE.
Inhalation of SO2 (4–6 ppm) for 10 min decreased airway conductance (increased airway resistance) in seven healthy subjects. Subcutaneous injection of atropine prevented this effect. In anesthetize...
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Inhalation toxicities of some aldehydes.
Abstract A relative inhalation toxicity study of members of a series of aldehydes, both in aerosol and vapor form, has been reported. The toxicities have been reported as mean fatal doses, expressedExpand
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The anatomical basis of the straub phenomenon.
The administration of morphine was followed in white mice by a typical Straub reaction which consisted of the tail becoming rigid and erected across the back of the animal in an S-shaped curve. ThisExpand
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MICRO-METHOD FOR INTRAVENOUS INJECTION AND BLOOD SAMPLING.
Abstract The described methods have been found to be valuable in investigations into the body distribution and fate of pharmacological sub-stances and are herein reported for the beqefit of otherExpand
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Kerosene smoke and atmospheric pollutants.
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Mechanism of bronchoconstriction
Exposure of humans to 4 to 6 ppM SO/sub 2/ decreased ratio of airway resistance to thoracic gas volume an average of 39% usually within 10 sec to 4 min. Atropine effectively blocked this change butExpand
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Health Aspects of Bioaerosols
Bioaerosols have been defined as colloidal suspensions in air of liquid droplets or solid particles, containing, or having attached to them, one or more living organisms. These organisms includeExpand
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Assessment of the Phagocytic Activity of the Macrophage System
IN 1953 Biozzi, Benacerraf and Halpern reported a technique for assessment of the phagocytic activity of the macrophage (reticulo-endothelial) system involving the introduction of a known quantity ofExpand
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