[Organic artificial fibers: properties and toxicity].

Abstract

Now among asbestos substitutes, the man-made organic fibers (MMOFs) find interesting applications on the industrial side. This class includes aramidic, polyacrylic, polyamides, polyolefins and polyvinylic fibers and it has been listed in category 3 of IARC classification (not classifiable as to carcinogenicity to humans). The aim of this study is to provide… (More)

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@article{Cannizzaro2007OrganicAF, title={[Organic artificial fibers: properties and toxicity].}, author={Alessandra Cannizzaro and Allan Campopiano and Angelo Olori and Federica Basili and Sulvia Fernandes Borges Boccanera}, journal={Giornale italiano di medicina del lavoro ed ergonomia}, year={2007}, volume={29 3 Suppl}, pages={852-3} }