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1 Restoration of the hamster tracheal wall following injury by electrocoagulation
article 1984    
Author: Feron, V.J. · Immel, H.R. · Spit, B.J.
Keywords: Nutrition · Animal experiment · Electrocoagulation · Electron microscopy · Hamster · Histology · Injury · Microscopy · Nonhuman · Regeneration · Respiratory system · Scanning electron microscopy · Trachea · Cartilage · Female · Male · Mesocricetus · Support, Non-U.S. Gov't · Time Factors · Trachea · Wound Healing
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2 Ca2+ strongly modulates the effect of vitamin A on benzo[a]pyrene-induced cell proliferation in hamster tracheal epithelium in organ culture
article 1996    
Author: Wolterbeek, A.P.M. · Ciotti, M.A.L.T. · Schoevers, E.J. · Feron, V.J. · Rutten, A.A.J.J.L.
Keywords: Benzo[a]pyrene · Calcium ion · Growth factor · Retinol · Animal tissue · Cell culture · Cell proliferation · Chemical carcinogenesis · Conference paper · Controlled study · Culture medium · Hamster · Nonhuman · Organ culture · Trachea mucosa
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3 Effects of all-trans retinol and cigarette smoke condensate on hamster tracheal epithelium in organ culture. I. A cell proliferation study
article 1988    
Author: Rutten, A.A.J.J.L. · Wilmer, J.W.G.M. · Beems, R.B.
Keywords: cigarette smoke condensate · retinol · animal cell · animal experiment · cell growth · histology · nonhuman · organ culture · squamous cell metaplasia · trachea mucosa · ultrastructure · Animal · Cell Division · Dimethyl Sulfoxide · Epithelium · Hamsters · Mesocricetus · Metaplasia · Organ Culture · Plants, Toxic · Smoke · Tobacco · Trachea · Vitamin A · Vitamin A Deficiency
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4 Effect of retinol and cigarette-smoke and condensate on dye-coupled intercellular communication between hamster tracheal epithelial cells
article 1988    
Author: Rutten, A.A.J.J.L. · Jongen, W.M.F. · Haan, L.H.J.de · Hendriksen, E.G.J. · Koeman, J.H.
Keywords: cigarette smoke · lucifer yellow · radioisotope · retinoic acid · retinol · animal cell cell junction · cytochemistry · cytology · female · male · nonhuman · trachea · ultrastructure · Animal · Cell Communication · Cells, Cultured · Dimethyl Sulfoxide · Epithelial Cells · Epithelium · Fluorescent Dyes · Hamsters · Isoquinolines · Mesocricetus · Mucociliary Clearance · Plants, Toxic · Smoke · Support, Non-U.S. Gov't · Tobacco · Trachea · Vitamin A
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5 Effects of all-trans retinol and cigarette smoke condensate on hamster tracheal epithelium in organ culture. II. A histomorphological study
article 1988    
Author: Rutten, A.A.J.J.L. · Beems, R.B. · Wilmer, J.W.G.M.
Keywords: cigarette smoke condensate · dimethyl sulfoxide · retinol · animal cell · animal experiment · histology · nonhuman · organ culture · squamous cell metaplasia · trachea mucosa · ultrastructure · Animal · Cell Differentiation · Dimethyl Sulfoxide · Drug Interactions · Epithelium · Hamsters · Hyperplasia · Mesocricetus · Metaplasia · Organ Culture · Plants, Toxic · Smoke · Support, Non-U.S. Gov't · Tobacco · Trachea · Vitamin A · Vitamin A Deficiency
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6 Respiratory tract tumors in hamsters after severe focal injury to the trachea and intratracheal instillation of benzo[a]pyrene
article 1985    
Author: Reynders, J.B.J. · Immel, H.R. · Scherrenberg, P.M. · Feron, V.J. · Beems, R.B.
Keywords: Benzo[a]pyrene · Animal experiment · Animal model · Controlled study · Electrocoagulation · Etiology · Hamster · Histology · Injury · Nonhuman · Priority journal · Respiratory system · Respiratory tract cancer · Therapy · Trachea · Animal · Benzo(a)pyrene · Body Weight · Bronchial Neoplasms · Cocarcinogenesis · Electrocoagulation · Female · Hamsters · Hyperplasia · Laryngeal Neoplasms · Lung Neoplasms · Male · Mesocricetus · Respiratory Tract Neoplasms · Support, Non-U.S. Gov't · Trachea
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7 Relation between benzo[a]pyrene-DNA adducts, cell proliferation and p53 expression in tracheal epithelium of hamsters fed a high B-carotene diet
article 1995    
Author: Wolterbeek, A.P.M. · Roggeband, R. · Baan, R.A. · Feron, V.J. · Rutten, A.A.J.J.L.
Keywords: Environment · Animal · Benzo(a)pyrene · beta Carotene · Carcinogens, Environmental · Carotenoids · Cell Division · Diet · DNA Adducts · Dose-Response Relationship, Drug · Epithelial Cells · Epithelium · Gene Expression · Hamsters · Immunohistochemistry · Male · Mesocricetus · Protein p53 · Support, Non-U.S. Gov't · Trachea
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8 Vitamin A and β-carotene influence the level of benzo[a]pyrene-induced DNA adducts and DNA-repair activities in hamster tracheal epithelium in organ culture
article 1995    
Author: Wolterbeek, A.P.M. · Roggeband, R. · Moorsel, C.J.A. van · Baan, R.A. · Koeman, J.H. · Feron, V.J. · Rutten, A.A.J.J.L.
Keywords: Biology · β-carotene · Benzo[a]pyrene · DNA adducts · DNA repair · Tracheal organ culture · Vitamin A · benzo[a]pyrene · beta carotene · retinol · animal tissue · article · chemical carcinogenesis · controlled study · dna adduct · dna repair · hamster · immunocytochemistry · nonhuman · organ culture · priority journal · respiratory system · trachea mucosa · unscheduled dna synthesis · Animal · Benzo(a)pyrene · beta Carotene · Carotenoids · DNA Adducts · DNA Damage · DNA Repair · Epithelium · Hamsters · In Vitro · Mesocricetus · Organ Culture · Support, Non-U.S. Gov't · Trachea · Vitamin A · Animalia · Cricetinae
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9 Influence of growth factors and medium composition on benzo[a]pyrene- and vitamin A-induced cell proliferation and differentiation in hamster tracheal epithelium in organ culture
article 1996    
Author: Wolterbeek, A.P.M. · Ciotti, M.A.L.T. · Schoevers, E.J. · Roggeband, R. · Baan, R.A. · Feron, V.J. · Rutten, A.A.J.J.L.
Keywords: Toxicology · benzo[a]pyrene · calcium chloride · epidermal growth factor · growth factor · nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide · nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate · retinol · transferrin · animal cell · article · cell differentiation · cell proliferation · controlled study · culture medium · epithelium cell · hamster · male · nonhuman · squamous cell metaplasia · trachea mucosa
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10 Respiratory irritation associated with inhalation of boron trifluoride and fluorosulfonic acid
article 2008    
Author: Rusch, G.M. · Bowden, A.M. · Muijser, H. · Arts, J.
Keywords: Health · Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology · boron trifluoride · fluorosulfonic acid · animal experiment · animal tissue · article · autopsy · bleeding · body weight · breathing rate · concentration (parameters) · controlled study · epithelium hyperplasia · female · histopathology · inflammation · inflammatory cell · inhalation · kidney mass · larynx cartilage · lung weight · male · mortality · necrosis · nonhuman · priority journal · rat · respiratory tract disease · toxicity testing · trachea · Acute Toxicity Tests · Animals · Boranes · Female · Fluorides · Irritants · Male · Rats · Rats, Sprague-Dawley · Respiratory Mechanics · Respiratory Tract Diseases · Sulfuric Acids · Animalia · Rattus
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11 Aerosolized endotoxin is immediately bound by pulmonary surfactant protein D in vivo
article 1999    
Author: Rozendaal, B.A.W.M. van · Lest, C.H.A. van de · Eijk, M. van · Golde, L.M.G. van · Voorhout, W.F. · Helden, H.P.M. van · Haagsman, H.P.
Keywords: Health · Alveolar macrophage · Collectin · Host defense · Lipopolysaccharide · Lung · Surfactant protein D (SP-D) · Carbohydrate binding protein · Endotoxins · Lipopolysaccharide · Surfactant protein a · Surfactant protein d · Animal model · Animal tissue · Binding site · Controlled study · Electron microscopy · Enzyme linked immunosorbent assay · Lung lavage · Male · Nonhuman · Protein analysis · Protein binding · Respiratory distress · Aerosols · Animals · Bronchoalveolar lavage vluid · Disease Models · Animal · Dose-Response Relationship, Drug · Glycoproteins · Histocytochemistry · Lipopolysaccharides · Macrophages, Alveolar · Mannans · Pulmonary Surfactant-Associated Protein D · Pulmonary Surfactants · Rats · Rats, Wistar · Respiratory Distress Syndrome, Adult · Time Factors · Trachea · Fluorescein-5-isothiocyanate, 3326-32-7 · Glycoproteins · Lipopolysaccharides
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12 Respiratory Allergy to Trimellitic Anhydride in Rats: Concentration-Response Relationships during Elicitation
article 2004    
Author: Arts, J.H.E. · Koning, M.W. de · Bloksma, N. · Kuper, C.F.
Keywords: Biology · Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology · drug vehicle · immunoglobulin E · methacholine · trimellitic anhydride · airway dynamics · animal experiment · animal model · animal tissue · article · breathing pattern · breathing rate · concentration response · controlled study · female · histopathology · immunoglobulin blood level · inhalation · larynx · larynx injury · lung · lung weight · nonhuman · priority journal · rat · respiratory tract allergy · skin sensitization · squamous cell metaplasia · tidal volume · trachea · Administration, Inhalation · Allergens · Animals · Body Weight · Bronchial Provocation Tests · Dose-Response Relationship, Drug · Female · Immunoglobulin E · Lung · Methacholine Chloride · No-Observed-Adverse-Effect Level · Organ Size · Phthalic Anhydrides · Rats · Rats, Inbred BN · Rats, Wistar · Respiratory Function Tests · Respiratory Hypersensitivity · Animalia · Rattus norvegicus
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13 Tissue damage and nutritional factors in experimental respiratory tract (co-)carcinogenesis
article 1983    
Author: Reuzel, P.G.J. · Feron, V.J. · Spit, B.J. · Beems, R.B. · Kroes, R.
Keywords: Acetaldehyde · Benzo[a]pyrene · Beta carboline · Cigarette smoke · Isoprene · Methyl chloride · Retinol · Tobacco smoke · Benzo[a]pyrene derivative · Glass · Animal experiment · Biological model · Carcinogenesis · Chemical carcinogenesis · Drug administration · Drug efficacy · Drug interaction · Epithelium · Etiology · Food · Hamster · Histology · Inhalational drug administration · Lung · Methodology · Methyl nitrate · Nonhuman · Oral drug administration · Respiratory system · Respiratory tract cancer · Scar · Trachea · Animal · Article · Cocarcinogenesis · Experimental neoplasm · Iatrogenic disease · Nutrition · Pathology · Plant · Respiratory tract tumor · Smoke · Tobacco · Animalia · Cricetinae · Mesocricetus auratus · Nicotiana tabacum · Acetaldehyde · Animal · Benzo(a)pyrene · Benzopyrenes · Cocarcinogenesis · Glass · Neoplasms, Experimental · Plants, Toxic · Respiratory Tract Neoplasms · Support, Non-U.S. Gov't
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14 Dip coating of air purifier ceramic honeycombs with photocatalytic TiO2 nanoparticles: A case study for occupational exposure
article 2018    
Author: Koivisto, A.J. · Kling, K.I. · Fonseca, A.S. · Brostrøm Bluhme, A. · Moreman, M. · Yu, M. · Costa, A.L. · Giovanni, B. · Ortelli, S. · Fransman, W. · Vogel, U. · Jensen, K.A.
Keywords: Nutrition · Nanomaterial · Titanium dioxide · Indoor aerosol modeling · Inhalation exposure · Emission rate · Air cleaners · Air purification · Biological organs · Ceramic materials · Coatings · Honeycomb structures · Industrial hygiene · Nanoparticles · Nanostructured materials · Occupational risks · Particulate emissions · Respiratory system · Titanium dioxide · Deposited surface areas · Emission rates · Environmental exposure · Indoor aerosol model · Inhalation exposure · Nanoparticle suspension · National institute for occupational safety and healths · Occupational exposure · Particles (particulate matter) · Titanium dioxide nanoparticle · Aerosol · Catalysis · Ceramics · Emission · Modeling · Nanomaterial · Nanoparticle · Photochemistry · Titanium · Bronchus · Case study · Controlled study · Lung alveolus · Material coating · No-observed-adverse-effect level · Particle size · Particulate matter · Photocatalysis · Physical chemistry · Prediction · Trachea · Work environment · Food and Nutrition · Healthy Living · Life · RAPID - Risk Analysis for Products in Development · ELSS - Earth, Life and Social Sciences
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