Diesel exhaust but not ozone increases fraction of exhaled nitric oxide in a randomized controlled experimental exposure study of healthy human subjects

@inproceedings{Barath2013DieselEB,
  title={Diesel exhaust but not ozone increases fraction of exhaled nitric oxide in a randomized controlled experimental exposure study of healthy human subjects},
  author={Stefan L Barath and Nicholas L Mills and Ellinor {\"A}delroth and A C Olin and Anders Blomberg},
  booktitle={Environmental health : a global access science source},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Fraction of exhaled nitric oxide (FENO) is a promising non-invasive index of airway inflammation that may be used to assess respiratory effects of air pollution. We evaluated FENO as a measure of airway inflammation after controlled exposure to diesel exhaust or ozone. METHODS Healthy volunteers were exposed to either diesel exhaust (particle… CONTINUE READING