Dose dependency of adjuvant activity of particulate matter from five European sites in three seasons in an ovalbumin-mouse model.

@article{Steerenberg2005DoseDO,
  title={Dose dependency of adjuvant activity of particulate matter from five European sites in three seasons in an ovalbumin-mouse model.},
  author={Peter A. Steerenberg and Carien E T Withagen and Wouter J van Dalen and Jan A. M. A. Dormans and S H Heisterkamp and Henk van Loveren and Flemming R Cassee},
  journal={Inhalation toxicology},
  year={2005},
  volume={17 3},
  pages={133-45}
}
Various particulate matter (PM) samples were tested for their adjuvant potency in an animal model of allergy (ovalbumin) in the European Union study entitled Respiratory Allergy and Inflammation Due to Ambient Particles. Coarse and fine ambient particles were collected during spring, summer, and winter in Rome, Oslo, Lodz, Amsterdam, and De Zilk. De Zilk, at the Dutch seaside, has mainly westerly winds and served as a negative pollution control. EHC-93 (Ottawa dust) was used as a positive… CONTINUE READING

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