2 edition of The responses of sensitized animals to sulphur dioxide. found in the catalog.
The responses of sensitized animals to sulphur dioxide.
Basil Kwan Jun Leong
Written in English
Thesis (M.A.) -- University of Toronto, 1961.
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Taking a multidisciplinary approach, this book reviews the management of head and neck cancers, from initial diagnostic procedures through staging, surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy to aftercare and rehabilitation. The content is organized in four sections. The first introduces the multidisciplinary nature of managing this very diverse group. Armand L, Tarantini A, Beal D, Biola-Clier M, Bobyk L, Sorieul S, Pernet-Gallay K, Marie-Desvergne C, Lynch I, Herlin-Boime N, Carriere M () Long-term exposure of A cells to titanium dioxide nanoparticles induces DNA damage and sensitizes cells towards genotoxic xicology 10(7)– doi: / Cited by: 1.
Oxygen is the third most abundant element in the universe after hydrogen and helium and the most abundant element by mass in the Earth's crust. Diatomic oxygen gas constitutes 9% of the volume of air. All major classes of structural molecules in living organisms, such as proteins, carbohydrates, and fats, contain oxygen, as do the major inorganic compounds that comprise animal shells. Studies in Animals Effects on Fertility In laboratory animals there is a paucity of information on potential fertility effects in females. In one robust 2-generation study in mice, ethanol in drinking water at concentrations up to 15% (equivalent to g/kg/day) had no .
Indoor air levels in various countries. In the INDEX report (), nitrogen dioxide concentrations were in the range of 13–62 μg/m 3 indoors, 27–36 μg/m 3 at the workplace, 24–61 μg/m 3 outdoors and 25–43 μg/m 3 for personal m levels associated with the use of gas appliances (gas cooking and heating) in European homes are in the range – μg/m 3. Urban air pollution and plant‐derived respiratory allergy Urban air pollution and plant‐derived respiratory allergy D'amato, G. D'AMATO Ã Division of Pneumology and Allergology, Department of Chest Diseases, Azienda Ospedaliera ad Alta Specialita, `A. Cardarelli', Naples, Italy Summary Respiratory allergic diseases are increasing in both prevalence and severity in Author: D'amato.
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Systemic absorption of sulfur dioxide metabolites from tissues of the upper respiratory tract has been demonstrated in animals. In dogs a small segment of trachea was isolated and perfused with radiolabeled sulfur dioxide (35 SO 2) while the lungs were ventilated with auto prevent entry of the 35 SO 2.
Sulfur dioxide is a colorless gas with a pungent odor. It is a liquid when under pressure, and it dissolves in water very easily. Sulfur dioxide in the air comes mainly from activities such as the burning of coal and oil at power plants or from copper smelting.
In nature, sulfur dioxide can be. In a work on recombinant allergen rBet v 1 from Betula pollen source nitrated by reaction with tetranitromethane dissolved in methanol, the Austrian-German team of Gruijhuijsen showed that levels of IgE, IgG 1, and were higher in animals sensitized with nitro-(3,4)-Bet v than in unsensitized ones.
PM and DEP CompoundsCited by: The former resemble the tracheobronchial rapidly adapting (RAR) or irritant receptors, and are both exquisitely mechanosensitive and also respond to a variety of chemical irritants, such as ammonia, sulphur dioxide, various acids, non-isomolar liq- uids including distilled water, and cigarette smoke (Widdicombe, ).
This chapter describes afferent fibers involved in defense reflexes from the respiratory tract. Morphological and physiological studies provide abundant evidence that the respiratory tract is richly supplied with afferent nerve endings and that reflex changes in the airways and lungs and in the pattern of breathing are readily evoked by stimuli applied to all subdivisions of the by: 4.
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The Po Valley (Northern Italy) has elevated levels of air-pollution due to various sources of pollution and adverse weather conditions. This study evaluates the short-term effects of exposure to. The effects of pollutional haze on pulmonary function.
It is widely reported that polluted air has negative effects on human health (7,33,34). Currently, pollutional haze is one of the main air pollution types which occur frequently worldwide, especially in China. Sulphur dioxide (SO 2) is the most common air pollutant, mostly found as a mixture of sulfur oxides (SO x).It is an invisible gas with a nasty, sharp smell.
The maximum concentration for SO 2 exposures of 30 min to 1 h has been estimated as 50 to ppm. The main sources of SO 2 include burning of fossil fuels (fuel oil, coal) in power stations, oil refineries, other large industrial plants Cited by: Chapter 10 - Respiratory System STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION.
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A gas diffusion sequential injection system with amperometric detection using aboron-doped diamond electrode was developed for the determination of sulfite.
A gasdiffusion unit (GDU) was used to prevent interference from sample matrices for theelectrochemical measurement. The sample was mixed with an acid solution to generategaseous sulfur dioxide prior to its passage through the donor channel Cited by: Air pollution.
Air pollution is a major and growing environmental health problem worldwide. The World Health Organization [WHO] considers that air pollution is damaging the resources that are needed for the long term sustainable development of the planet (Chan-Yeung, ; as cited in WHO, ).This growth is largely attributable to increases in: a) the world population, b) economical Cited by: 3.
Some of the major chemicals in vehicle exhaust fumes includecarbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide, benzene, formaldehyde, polycyclic hydrocarbons and suspended particles, including PM (particles less than 10 microns in size).
Even in otherwise healthy individuals, these chemicals are known to cause a wide range of symptoms. Lethal Effects of S02 on Animals Tumorigenesis in animals exposed to SC^ or SC^ and benzo(a)pyrene Effects of sulfur dioxide on lung morphology Effects of sulfur dioxide on pulmonary function Effects of sulfur dioxide on host defense PHOTOCHEMICAL OXIDANTS AND AIR POLLUTION: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY PART I.
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