John Paciga

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A high rate of lead fallout around two secondary lead smelters originated mainly from episodal large-particulate emissions from low-level fugitive sources rather than from stack fumes. The lead content of dustfall, and consequently of soil, vegetation, and outdoor dust, decreased exponentially with distance from the two smelters. Between 13 and 30 percent(More)
The response of cotton-topped (CT) or white-lipped (WL) marmosets, inoculated with material containing Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), was studied. Twenty-five marmosets inoculated with 10(6)-10(8) cells from human or simian EBV-carrying lymphoblastoid cell cultures developed no detectable clinical disease. Transitory antibody titres to VCA were detected in sera(More)
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