Irritancy and allergic responses induced by exposure to the indoor air chemical 4-oxopentanal.

  title={Irritancy and allergic responses induced by exposure to the indoor air chemical 4-oxopentanal.},
  author={Stacey E. Anderson and Jennifer L Franko and Laurel G. Jackson and J Raymond Wells and Jason J. Hallman Jessica Buck Emily Kimber Sukjae Ham and Barbara Jean Meade},
  journal={Toxicological sciences : an official journal of the Society of Toxicology},
  volume={127 2},
Over the last two decades, there has been an increasing awareness regarding the potential impact of indoor air pollution on human health. People working in an indoor environment often experience symptoms such as eye, nose, and throat irritation. Investigations into these complaints have ascribed the effects, in part, to compounds emitted from building materials, cleaning/consumer products, and indoor chemistry. One suspect indoor air contaminant that has been identified is the dicarbonyl 4… CONTINUE READING


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