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Toxicology of the Lung
Fourth Edition
edited by Donald E. Gardner

Toxicology of the Lung examines the subject from a target-organ perspective.

Features:

  • Provides a comprehensive introduction to inhalation toxicology and environmental and occupational lung disease
  • Focuses on the assessment of findings from clinical human, animal toxicology studies and in vitro model of pulmonary toxicology
  • Explores the value of procedures presently being used to evaluate the risks associated with airborne contaminants
  • Includes the most recent information in areas of inhalation toxicology contributed by internationally recognized experts

Contents

  • Methods for Evaluating the Lung in Human Subjects
  • Human Clinical Studies of Airborne Pollutants
  • Nasal Irritation-Current Understanding and Future Research Needs
  • In Vitro Models for Lung Toxicology
  • Dosimetry of Particles in Humans: From Children to Adults
  • Toxicity in the Lungs Driven by the Dynamics of the Effect or by the Kinetics of the Noxious Agents or Those Whose Effects Are Driven by Exposure
  • Safety Assessment of Therapeutic Agents Administered by the Respiratory Route
  • Vanilloid Receptors in the Respiratory Tract
  • Pulmonary Immunotoxicology
  • Animal Models of Respiratory Allergy
  • Fiber Toxicology
  • Reproductive Toxicology Testing of Inhaled Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology Products
  • Effects of Engineered Nanoscale Particulates on the Lung
  • Diesel Exhaust and Viral Infections
  • Adaptation to Toxicant Exposure during Rodent Lung Tumorigenesis
  • Tobacco Smoking

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Toxicology of the Lung
Fourth Edition
edited by Donald E. Gardner

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