In vitro models of inhalation toxicity and disease. The report of a FRAME workshop.

@article{Berube2009InVM,
  title={In vitro models of inhalation toxicity and disease. The report of a FRAME workshop.},
  author={Kelly Ann Berube and Maurice B. Aufderheide and Damien Breheny and Richard H. Clothier and Robert D. Combes and Rodger Duffin and Ben Forbes and Marianna D. A. Gaça and Alison Gray and Ian Brewster Hall and Michael Alan. Kelly and Michael I. Lethem and Manfred Liebsch and Leona Merolla and Jean-Paul Morin and Jeanclare Seagrave and Melody A Swartz and Teresa D. Tetley and Meera Umachandran},
  journal={Alternatives to laboratory animals : ATLA},
  year={2009},
  volume={37 1},
  pages={
          89-141
        }
}
Keywords: Bronchial Epithelial-Cells ; Precision-Cut Rat ; Obstructive Pulmonary-Disease ; Mesenchymal Trophic Unit ; Semivolatile Organic Fractions ; Interstitial Lung-Diseases ; Tobacco-Smoke Components ; Diesel-Engine Emissions ; Highland White Terriers ; Airway Goblet Cell Reference EPFL-REVIEW-156713View record in Web of Science Record created on 2010-11-24, modified on 2017-05-12 
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