6 edition of Particle-Lung Interactions (Lung Biology in Health and Disease) found in the catalog.
February 15, 2000
by Informa Healthcare
Written in English
|Contributions||Peter Gehr (Editor), Joachim Heyder (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||802|
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covers therapeutic and diagnostic aspects of particle inhalation. surveys particles ranging in size from microns interacting with. Abundantly referenced with over bibliographic citations, Particle-Lung Interactions is an indispensable resource for pulmonologists, physiologists, clinical immunologists, allergists, toxicologists, pediatricians and general practitioners, pharmacists, biochemists, surface physicists, and upper-level undergraduate, graduate, and medical Format: Hardcover.
Particle-Lung Interactions. ISBN | Quantity: Shopping Cart Summary. The book examines the lung as the gateway for particle damage to organs outside the respiratory system and provide the information needed to understand and combat the numerous and varied ailments caused by inhaled particles.
Particle-Lung Interactions by Peter Gehr,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxi, pages: illustrations.
Contents: OverviewParticle Interactions with the Respiratory TractRoger O. McClellanParticles Interacting With The LungEnvironmental ParticlesAlfred Wiedensohler, Frank Stratmann, and Ina TegenParticles Inhaled in the Occupational SettingJoe L.
Mauderly, Yung. Genre/Form: Electronic book Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Particle-lung interactions. New York: Informa Healthcare, © Particle lung interactions. Book January The particle-lung interaction may cause deleterious effects on health if the inhaled pollutant aerosols are toxic.
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Our research is all about the lungs. We seek to advance understanding of the unique environment of the airways, from fluid dynamics to mucosal immunology. Armed with this foundation, we develop new therapeutics and analytical tools to treat a range of diseases.
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A large number of in vitro models of the histologically different pulmonary epithelial barriers are currently available, and many have already been used to investigate particle – lung interactions.
Traditionally, experiments have mainly been performed using monocultures of single cell lines or isolated primary cells [ 47 ].Cited by: The deposition of nanoparticles in the lung can lead to chronic inflammation, epithelial injury, and further to pulmonary fibrosis.
Cases of particle-induced pulmonary fibrosis, namely pneumoconiosis, are mostly occupationally influenced, and continue to be documented around the by: Book Title: Particle-Lung Interactions Author List: Finkelstein JN, Barrett EG Edited By: P Gehr, J Heyder Published By: Marcel Dekker, Inc in New York, NY.
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