Research needs and advances in inhalation dosimetry identified through the use of mathematical dosimetry models of ozone.

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Knowledge of the quantitative relationship between exposure concentration and delivered dose (i.e., dosimetry) is a fundamental starting point in the evaluation of the toxicity of chemicals, not only for intra- and interspecies comparisons but also for designing experiments that elucidate mechanisms of action and that identify issues or research areas for… (More)

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@article{Miller1988ResearchNA, title={Research needs and advances in inhalation dosimetry identified through the use of mathematical dosimetry models of ozone.}, author={Franklin J. Miller and John Graham}, journal={Toxicology letters}, year={1988}, volume={44 3}, pages={231-46} }