Grain dust and alveolar macrophages: an experimental study of the effects of grain dust on the mouse lung.

Abstract

Exposure of mice to grain dust in a dusting chamber for 2-80 days led to a pulmonary macrophage response but no interstitial pulmonary damage. The macrophages contained prominent paracrystalline cytoplasmic inclusions.

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@article{Armanious1982GrainDA, title={Grain dust and alveolar macrophages: an experimental study of the effects of grain dust on the mouse lung.}, author={M W Armanious and David J Cotton and J. Michael Wright and J . A . Dosman and Igshaan Carr}, journal={The Journal of pathology}, year={1982}, volume={136 4}, pages={265-72} }