Establishing aerosol exposure concentrations for inhalation toxicity studies.

@article{Lewis1989EstablishingAE,
  title={Establishing aerosol exposure concentrations for inhalation toxicity studies.},
  author={Tracy R. Lewis and Paul E. Morrow and R O Mcclellan and Otto G. Raabe and Gerald L. Kennedy and Bernard A Schwetz and Thomas J. Goehl and Joseph H Roycroft and Rajendra S. Chhabra},
  journal={Toxicology and applied pharmacology},
  year={1989},
  volume={99 3},
  pages={377-83}
}
Criteria for the selection of aerosol concentrations to be used in inhalation studies assessing the toxicity and carcinogenicity of chemical substances were discussed by the authors in a meeting sponsored by the National Toxicology Program. Concepts in the design of aerosol inhalation studies emerged from that meeting and are being communicated through this publication. Inhalation studies assessing the toxicity and carcinogenicity of aerosols have often used maximum exposure levels on the basis… CONTINUE READING
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