Diesel exhaust particulates induce nasal mucosal hyperresponsiveness to inhaled histamine aerosol.

@article{Kobayashi1995DieselEP,
  title={Diesel exhaust particulates induce nasal mucosal hyperresponsiveness to inhaled histamine aerosol.},
  author={Takumi Kobayashi and Taishin Ito},
  journal={Fundamental and applied toxicology : official journal of the Society of Toxicology},
  year={1995},
  volume={27 2},
  pages={195-202}
}
The prevalence of allergic rhinitis is increasing in many countries. It has been reported that the prevalence rate of allergic rhinitis caused by pollens in air-polluted areas are higher than than in nonpolluted areas. Therefore, it is important to determine whether air pollutants are related to the increase in the prevalence rate of allergic rhinitis. In this respect, it is necessary to elucidate whether exposure to air pollutants affects the nasal mucosa and causes nasal mucosal… CONTINUE READING
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