Oxidative stress risk analysis for exposure to diesel exhaust particle-induced reactive oxygen species.

  title={Oxidative stress risk analysis for exposure to diesel exhaust particle-induced reactive oxygen species.},
  author={Chia-Pin Chio and Szu-Chieh Chen and Kuo-Chih Chiang and Wei-Chun Chou and Chung-Min Liao},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  volume={387 1-3},
We constructed a probabilistic risk-based framework to assess the human oxidative stress (OS) risk from diesel exhaust particle (DEP)-induced reactive oxygen species. A human respiratory tract model was used to estimate DEP concentration and cumulative doses in lung regions for three occupational groupings (driver, homeworker and student) in northern, central, and southern Taiwan. Dose-response profiles were reconstructed in terms of the specific ratio of the reduced and oxidized forms of… CONTINUE READING
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