Carbon nanoparticles enhance vasodilatory activity of thoracic artery induced by acetylcoline in rats

@article{Taneda2008CarbonNE,
  title={Carbon nanoparticles enhance vasodilatory activity of thoracic artery induced by acetylcoline in rats},
  author={S. Taneda and Chunmei Li and Y. Noya and K. Seki and K. Ohkura and K. Yamaki and S. Yoshino and A. Suzuki},
  journal={Toxicology Letters},
  year={2008},
  volume={180}
}
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Particle emission characteristics of office printers.
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