Antioxidant consumption and repletion kinetics in nasal lavage fluid following exposure of healthy human volunteers to ozone.

@article{Mudway1999AntioxidantCA,
  title={Antioxidant consumption and repletion kinetics in nasal lavage fluid following exposure of healthy human volunteers to ozone.},
  author={Ian S. Mudway and Anders Blomberg and Anthony J. Frew and Stephen T. Holgate and Thomas Sandstr{\"o}m and F. J. Kelly},
  journal={The European respiratory journal},
  year={1999},
  volume={13 6},
  pages={1429-38}
}
To obtain information on the real-time events occurring within human respiratory tract lining fluids (RTLFs) during ozone exposure, sequential nasal lavage was performed on 13 human volunteers exposed on separate occasions to 0.2 parts per million O3 and filtered air (2-h exposures, with intermittent exercise). Nasal lavage was performed and blood samples obtained at four time points throughout each exposure: pre-exposure (Pre-E), 1 h into exposure (1h-E), immediately post-exposure (0h-PE) and… CONTINUE READING

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