3 edition of Comparative respiratory tract carcinogenesis found in the catalog.
Comparative respiratory tract carcinogenesis
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||editor, Hildegard M. Reznik-Schüller.|
|Contributions||Schuller, Hildegard M.|
|LC Classifications||RC280.R38 C65 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||82014720|
The book also contains a thorough technical discussion of the characteristics of radioactive aerosols in domestic environments, the dose of inhaled radon progeny to different age groups, identification of respiratory tract cells at the greatest risk of carcinogenesis, and a complete description of the new lung dose model being developed by the. Approximately ten years have elapsed since the second volume of the International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI) Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals, Respiratory System, was first completed. New in formation of interest to pathologists has developed at a rather remark able pace during.
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Cofactors involved in respiratory tract carcinogenesis were studied in Syrian golden hamsters or in rats using benzo(a)pyrene as the carcinogenic agent. These factors included severe tissue damage induced by electro-coagulation, glass fibers administered by intratracheal instillation, acetaldehyde as irritant vapor, food restriction, and. The respiratory tract of male and female Syrian golden hamsters was treated intratracheally with 7H-dibenzol(c,g)carbazole (DBC), a tobacco smoke component. The carcinogen was given by multiple instillations at two dose levels. At the lower dose (9 mg), 35 of 46 hamsters (72 percent) developed respiratory tract tumors.
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Comp Resp Tract Carcin Spontaneous Resp Tract Carcin (Comparative respiratory tract carcinogenesis) 1st Edition by Hildegard M. Schuller (Author) ISBN Author: Hildegard M. Schuller. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 2 volumes: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: v.
1: Spontaneous respiratory. Cigarette smoke-induced alterations in the respiratory tract of man and experimental animals. in Comparative Respiratory Tract Carcinogenesis. Vol. II: Experimental Respiratory Tract Carcinogenesis, H.
Reznik-Schuller, editor., ed. Boca Raton, Fla.: CRC Press. Comparative Respiratory Tract Carcinogenesis, Volume II. Experimental Respiratory Tract Carcinogenesis Hildegard M. Reznik-Schuller, ed. / CRC Press pp., Hardcover, ex library, else text clean and binding tight.
Volumes Included: 1. ISBN: Subject/Keywords: Medicine, Health spp Item #: 1. Author(s): Reznik-Schüller,Hildegard Title(s): Comparative respiratory tract carcinogenesis/ editor, Hildegard M. Reznik-Schüller. Country of Publication: United. Cancer of the Respiratory Tract: Predisposing Factors (Carcinogenesis: A Comprehensive Survey, Vol 8): Medicine & Health Science Books @ The respiratory tract and lungs are part of a complex organ system, the cardiorespiratory system, designed to facilitate the exchange of gases, such as oxygen and carbon dioxide, maintain acid–base and electrolyte imbalance, and serve as an important mechanism for filtering potentially harmful environmental materials.
Chang F, Wang L, Zhao Q, Zhu Q, Wu Y, Chen C, Syrjänen S, Syrjänen K () Investigation on the carcinogenic effects of coal tar pitch in rat respiratory tract by intratracheal instillations.
Carcinogenesis – PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar. The book also contains a thorough technical discussion of the characteristics of radioactive aerosols in domestic environments, the dose of inhaled radon progeny to different age groups, identification of respiratory tract cells at the greatest risk of carcinogenesis, and a complete description of the new lung dose model being developed by the International Commission on Radiological Protection as.
In the classical experimental models of respiratory carcinogenesis, particles with adsorbed PAH are instilled intratracheally into rodents.
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Spontaneous respiratory tract carcinogenesis. CRC, Boca Raton, chap 7 Google Scholar. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 26 cm. Contents: Cigarette smoke-induced alterations in the respiratory tract of man and experimental animals / Alfred P. Wehner --Experimental pulmonary carcinogenesis in dogs and cats / Edwin C.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 26 cm. Contents: Epidemology of lung cancer / William Weiss --The human lungs / Helmut Bartels --Bronchial carcinoma in man / K.-M.
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There are many significant differences in the structural and functional anatomy of the nasal cavity of man and laboratory animals. Some of the differences may be responsible for the species-specific nasal lesions that are often observed in response to inhaled toxicants.
This paper reviews the comparative anatomy, physiology and pathology of the nasal cavity of the rat, mouse, dog, monkey and. Get this from a library. Respiratory carcinogenesis. [Mieczyslaw Pokorski;] -- The book blends basic and clinical research on respiratory carcinogensis.
The contributions tackle a variety of respiratory-related cancers, notably non-small cell lung carcinoma, pleural. In extrapolating such data to human carcinogenesis, it is often overlooked that with respect to the cell types present, the rodent lung is a model for peripheral pulmonary carcinogenesis while the respiratory portion of the rodent nose is a model for tumors arising from central bronchi.
The metabolites of chemical carcinogens by human and rodent respiratory tissues in vitro; in: Comparative respiratory tract carcinogenesis, vol. 2 (REZNIK-SCHULLER, H.
M., ed.). ISBN: Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg-New York-London-Paris-Tokyo-Hong Kong This book contains the proceedings of an advanced research.Aflatoxin B1 (AFB1) appears to be a risk factor for upper respiratory tumors in individuals occupationally exposed to AFB1-contaminated grain dusts.