Ralph Renne

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The relatively high incidence and variety of lesions induced in the upper respiratory tract of rodents by inhalation of xenobiotics has resulted in considerable attention given to the microscopic anatomy of this area. Specific areas of the rodent laryngeal mucosa appear to be more sensitive to inhaled materials and more likely to contain cellular changes in(More)
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