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New cigarette brands with flavors that appeal to youth: tobacco marketing strategies.
Tobacco manufacturers have recently introduced a proliferation of exotic brands featuring candylike flavors. We reviewed internal tobacco industry documents and patents to assess the role of flavoredExpand
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Cigarette Filter–based Assays as Proxies for Toxicant Exposure and Smoking Behavior—A Literature Review
Background: Cigarettes are being marketed with filters that differ in composition and design. The filters have different toxicant trapping efficiencies, and smoking stains reflect variations inExpand
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A Simplified Technique for in Vitro Studies of Lymphocyte Reactivity 1
  • J. Pauly, J. Sokal
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the Society for Experimental…
  • 1 May 1972
Summary In vitro studies of lymphocyte reactivity to mitogens, soluble antigens and homologous cells were performed by diluting whole blood with culture medium and using 24-hr labeling withExpand
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Long‐Term Cultivation of Functional Human Macrophages in Teflon Dishes With Serum‐Free Media
Reported herein are the results of studies demonstrating the utility of a chemically defined, serum‐free medium designated as AIM‐V (GIBCO) for the long‐term (>2 weeks) cultivation ofExpand
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Smoking and Smokeless Tobacco-Associated Human Buccal Cell Mutations and Their Association with Oral Cancer—A Review
Reported herein are the results of a structured literature review that was undertaken to (a) determine if human buccal (mouth) cell changes are associated with smoking and smokeless (“chewing”)Expand
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Inhaled cellulosic and plastic fibers found in human lung tissue.
We report the results of studies undertaken to determine whether inhaled plant (i.e., cellulosic; e.g., cotton) and plastic (e.g., polyester) fibers are present in human lungs and, if so, whetherExpand
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Immunotoxicology of cigarette smoke condensates: suppression of macrophage responsiveness to interferon gamma.
We have investigated systematically the effects of short-term exposure to main stream cigarette smoke condensates (CSC-MS) on basal and inducible functional capacities of murine peritoneal exudateExpand
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Fibers released from cigarette filters: an additional health risk to the smoker?
Tests of 12 popular brands of cigarettes manufactured by 6 companies from the United States have shown that fibers were released from the filters and that there exists probable cause to suggest thatExpand
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Simplified whole blood method for evaluating in vitro lymphocyte reactivity of laboratory animals.
  • T. Han, J. Pauly
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Clinical and experimental immunology
  • 1 May 1972
A whole blood culture technique has been employed to quantitatively evaluate lymphocyte reactivity of small laboratory animals including mice, rats, guinea-pigs and rabbits. This simplified methodExpand
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