Effects of Concurrent Exposure of Diesel Exhaust Particles and House Dust Mite on the Development of Allergen-Induced Airways Inflammation

@inproceedings{Zhang2016EffectsOC,
  title={Effects of Concurrent Exposure of Diesel Exhaust Particles and House Dust Mite on the Development of Allergen-Induced Airways Inflammation},
  author={Yuxiang Zhang},
  year={2016}
}
Chronic air pollution exposure is associated with accelerated lung function decline and increased prevalence and exacerbations of chronic inflammatory lung diseases, such as asthma. However, its pathological effects have not been studied extensively. Therefore we assessed the physiological and immune responses induced by chronic exposure to low concentrations of diesel particles (freshly-generated particles [DEP] or diesel standard reference material [SRM]) in both healthy mice and those with… CONTINUE READING

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