Cell vs. noncell airway temporal response in rats exposed to sulfur dioxide.

@article{Knauss1976CellVN,
  title={Cell vs. noncell airway temporal response in rats exposed to sulfur dioxide.},
  author={H. J. Knauss and Tullio C. Medici and Sanford Chodosh and William Eric Robinson},
  journal={Archives of environmental health},
  year={1976},
  volume={31 5},
  pages={
          241-7
        }
}
  • H. J. Knauss, Tullio C. Medici, +1 author William Eric Robinson
  • Published in
    Archives of environmental…
    1976
  • Medicine
  • A modification of the sulfur dioxide (SO2)-exposed rat model proposed by Reid for the study of chronic bronchitis was employed to evaluate mucus retention and cytologic changes. Rats were exposed to from 600 to 700 ppm of SO2 for 3 hours per day, and groups were examined after 0, 9, 18, and 30 hours of cumulative exposure. Tracheal mucus retention and statistically significant increases (two- to four-fold) in the amount of solid material (cellular and mucus) recovered by bronchia lavage… CONTINUE READING

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