Sulfuric acid and streptococci clearance from respiratory tracts of mice.

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The inhalation of 15 mg/cu m (3.2mu count median diameter) of H2SO4 aerosol for four hours after exposure to radioactive aerosol resulted in a reduction in the rate of clearance of nonviable streptococci from the lungs and noses of mice. A second exposure to H2SO4 lasting 90 minutes (15 mg/cu m, 3.2mu count median diameter) for four days prior to the… (More)

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