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  1. Wood combustion emissions have been studied previously either by in vitro or in vivo models using collected particles, yet most studies have neglected gaseous compounds. Furthermore, a more accurate and holist...

    Authors: Tuukka Ihantola, Sebastiano Di Bucchianico, Mikko Happo, Mika Ihalainen, Oskari Uski, Stefanie Bauer, Kari Kuuspalo, Olli Sippula, Jarkko Tissari, Sebastian Oeder, Anni Hartikainen, Teemu J. Rönkkö, Maria-Viola Martikainen, Kati Huttunen, Petra Vartiainen, Heikki Suhonen…
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:27
  2. Food-grade TiO2 (E171 in the EU) is widely used as a coloring agent in foodstuffs, including sweets. Chronic dietary exposure raises concerns for human health due to proinflammatory properties and the ability to ...

    Authors: Christine Coméra, Christel Cartier, Eric Gaultier, Olivier Catrice, Quentin Panouille, Sarah El Hamdi, Kristof Tirez, Inge Nelissen, Vassilia Théodorou and Eric Houdeau
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:26
  3. Epidemiologic studies have suggested that elevated concentrations of particulate matter (PM) are strongly associated with an increased risk of developing cardiovascular diseases, including arrhythmia. However,...

    Authors: Sujin Ju, Leejin Lim, Han-Yi Jiao, Seok Choi, Jae Yeoul Jun, Young-Jae Ki, Dong-Hyun Choi, Ji yi Lee and Heesang Song
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:25
  4. Given the global abundance and environmental persistence, exposure of humans and (aquatic) animals to micro- and nanoplastics is unavoidable. Current evidence indicates that micro- and nanoplastics can be take...

    Authors: Minne Prüst, Jonelle Meijer and Remco H. S. Westerink
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:24
  5. Wide applications of nanoparticles (NPs) have raised increasing concerns about safety to humans. Oxidative stress and inflammation are extensively investigated as mechanisms for NPs-induced toxicity. Autophagy...

    Authors: Mingxiang Wang, Jin Li, Shunni Dong, Xiaobo Cai, Aili Simaiti, Xin Yang, Xinqiang Zhu, Jianhong Luo, Lin-Hua Jiang, Binyang Du, Peilin Yu and Wei Yang
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:23
  6. Caloric restriction (CR) is known to improve health and extend lifespan in human beings. The effects of CR on adverse health outcomes in response to particulate matter (PM) exposure and the underlying mechanis...

    Authors: Daochuan Li, Shen Chen, Qiong Li, Liping Chen, Haiyan Zhang, Huiyao Li, Dianke Yu, Rong Zhang, Yujie Niu, Shaoyou Lu, Lizhu Ye, Xiaowen Zeng, Guanghui Dong, Rui Chen, Michael Aschner, Yuxin Zheng…
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:22
  7. There is a steadily increasing quantity of silver nanoparticles (AgNP) produced for numerous industrial, medicinal and private purposes, leading to an increased risk of inhalation exposure for both professiona...

    Authors: Wolfgang G. Kreyling, Uwe Holzwarth, Stephanie Hirn, Carsten Schleh, Alexander Wenk, Martin Schäffler, Nadine Haberl and Neil Gibson
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:21
  8. Talc, a hydrous magnesium silicate, often used for genital hygiene purposes, is associated with ovarian carcinoma in case-control studies. Its potential to cause inflammation, injury, and functional changes in...

    Authors: Erika Sato, Sandra A. McDonald, Yuwei Fan, Shaina Peterson, Joseph D. Brain and John J. Godleski
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:20
  9. In food toxicology, there is growing interest in studying the impacts of foodborne nanoparticles (NPs, originating from food additives, food supplements or food packaging) on the intestinal microbiome due to t...

    Authors: Bruno Lamas, Natalia Martins Breyner and Eric Houdeau
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:19
  10. The adverse effects of air pollutants including particulate matter (PM) on the central nervous system is increasingly reported by epidemiological, animal and post-mortem studies in the last decade. Oxidative s...

    Authors: Sweelin Chew, Riikka Lampinen, Liudmila Saveleva, Paula Korhonen, Nikita Mikhailov, Alexandra Grubman, Jose M. Polo, Trevor Wilson, Mika Komppula, Teemu Rönkkö, Cheng Gu, Alan Mackay-Sim, Tarja Malm, Anthony R. White, Pasi Jalava and Katja M. Kanninen
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:18
  11. Emissions from road traffic are under constant discussion since they pose a major threat to human health despite the increasingly strict emission targets and regulations. Although the new passenger car regulat...

    Authors: Henri Hakkarainen, Päivi Aakko-Saksa, Maija Sainio, Tuukka Ihantola, Teemu J. Rönkkö, Päivi Koponen, Topi Rönkkö and Pasi I. Jalava
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:17
  12. Toxicity testing and regulation of advanced materials at the nanoscale, i.e. nanosafety, is challenged by the growing number of nanomaterials and their property variants requiring assessment for potential huma...

    Authors: Sabina Halappanavar, Sybille van den Brule, Penny Nymark, Laurent Gaté, Carole Seidel, Sarah Valentino, Vadim Zhernovkov, Pernille Høgh Danielsen, Andrea De Vizcaya, Henrik Wolff, Tobias Stöger, Andrey Boyadziev, Sarah Søs Poulsen, Jorid Birkelund Sørli and Ulla Vogel
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:16
  13. Silica nanoparticles (nanoSiO2) are promising systems that can deliver biologically active compounds to tissues such as the heart in a controllable manner. However, cardiac toxicity induced by nanoSiO2 has been r...

    Authors: Omar Lozano, Christian Silva-Platas, Héctor Chapoy-Villanueva, Baruc E. Pérez, Jarmon G. Lees, Chrishan J. A. Ramachandra, Flavio F. Contreras-Torres, Anay Lázaro-Alfaro, Estefanía Luna-Figueroa, Judith Bernal-Ramírez, Aldemar Gordillo-Galeano, Alfredo Benitez, Yuriana Oropeza-Almazán, Elena C. Castillo, Poh Ling Koh, Derek J. Hausenloy…
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:15
  14. Emerging evidence supports ambient fine particulate matter (PM2.5) exposure is associated with insulin resistance (IR) and hepatic lipid accumulation. In this study, we aimed to evaluate the sex-dependent vulnera...

    Authors: Ran Li, Qing Sun, Sin Man Lam, Rucheng Chen, Junyao Zhu, Weijia Gu, Lu Zhang, He Tian, Kezhong Zhang, Lung-Chi Chen, Qinghua Sun, Guanghou Shui and Cuiqing Liu
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:14
  15. Silica nanoparticles (SiNPs) are among the most widely manufactured and used nanoparticles. Concerns about potential health effects of SiNPs have therefore risen. Using a 3D tri-culture model of the alveolar l...

    Authors: Tonje Skuland, Marit Låg, Arno C. Gutleb, Bendik C. Brinchmann, Tommaso Serchi, Johan Øvrevik, Jørn A. Holme and Magne Refsnes
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:13
  16. The growing use of silica nanoparticles (SiNPs) in many fields raises human toxicity concerns. We studied the toxicity of SiNP-20 (particle diameter 20 nm) and SiNP-100 (100 nm) and the underlying mechanisms w...

    Authors: De-Ping Wang, Zhao-Jun Wang, Rong Zhao, Cai-Xia Lin, Qian-Yu Sun, Cai-Ping Yan, Xin Zhou and Ji-Min Cao
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:12
  17. Silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) are used extensively in various consumer products because of their antimicrobial potential. This requires insight in their potential hazards and risks including adverse effects dur...

    Authors: Ashraf Abdelkhaliq, Meike van der Zande, Ruud J. B. Peters and Hans Bouwmeester
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:11
  18. The terms agglomerates and aggregates are frequently used in the regulatory definition(s) of nanomaterials (NMs) and hence attract attention in view of their potential influence on health effects. However, the...

    Authors: Sivakumar Murugadoss, Frederic Brassinne, Noham Sebaihi, Jasmine Petry, Stevan M. Cokic, Kirsten L. Van Landuyt, Lode Godderis, Jan Mast, Dominique Lison, Peter H. Hoet and Sybille van den Brule
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:10
  19. Epidemiological studies have reported associations between elevated air pollution and autism spectrum disorders (ASD). However, we hypothesized that exposure to air pollution that mimics real world scenarios, ...

    Authors: Baharan Emam, Abbas Shahsavani, Fariba Khodagholi, Saeed Motesaddi Zarandi, Philip K. Hopke, Mostafa Hadei, Hamidreza Behbahani and Maryam Yarahmadi
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:8
  20. Using engineered nanomaterial-based toners, laser printers generate aerosols with alarming levels of nanoparticles that bear high bioactivity and potential health risks. Yet, the cardiac impacts of printer-emi...

    Authors: Alex P. Carll, Renata Salatini, Sandra V. Pirela, Yun Wang, Zhengzhi Xie, Pawel Lorkiewicz, Nazratan Naeem, Yong Qian, Vincent Castranova, John J. Godleski and Philip Demokritou
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:7
  21. Li-ion batteries (LIB) are used in most portable electronics. Among a wide variety of materials, LiCoO2 (LCO) is one of the most used for the cathode of LIB. LCO particles induce oxidative stress in mouse lungs d...

    Authors: Violaine Sironval, Vittoria Scagliarini, Sivakumar Murugadoss, Maura Tomatis, Yousof Yakoub, Francesco Turci, Peter Hoet, Dominique Lison and Sybille van den Brule
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:6
  22. Although biocides at low concentrations have been used to control pests, they can be more harmful than industrial chemicals as humans are directly and frequently exposed to such biocides. Benzalkonium chloride...

    Authors: Hye-Yeon Choi, Yong-Hoon Lee, Cheol-Hong Lim, Yong-Soon Kim, In-Seop Lee, Ji-Min Jo, Ha-Young Lee, Hyo-Geun Cha, Hee Jong Woo and Dong-Seok Seo
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:5
  23. Carbonaceous aerosols emitted from indoor and outdoor biomass burning are major risk factors contributing to the global burden of disease. Wood tar aerosols, namely, tar ball particles, compose a substantial f...

    Authors: Michal Pardo, Chunlin Li, Quanfu He, Smadar Levin-Zaidman, Michael Tsoory, Qingqing Yu, Xinming Wang and Yinon Rudich
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:4
  24. Fibrous chrysotile has been the most commonly applied asbestos mineral in a range of technical applications. However, it is toxic and carcinogenic upon inhalation. The chemical reactivity of chrysotile fiber s...

    Authors: Martin Walter, Walter D. C. Schenkeveld, Gerald Geroldinger, Lars Gille, Michael Reissner and Stephan M. Kraemer
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:3
  25. Previous studies have shown that inhalation of welding fumes may induce pulmonary and systemic inflammation and organ accumulation of metal, to which spermatogenesis and endocrine function may be sensitive. Al...

    Authors: Astrid Skovmand, Aaron Erdely, James M. Antonini, Timothy R. Nurkiewicz, Mohammad Shoeb, Tracy Eye, Vamsi Kodali, Katrin Loeschner, Janja Vidmar, Jørgen S. Agerholm, Sandra Goericke-Pesch, Ulla Vogel and Karin S. Hougaard
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:2
  26. The regulatory definition(s) of nanomaterials (NMs) frequently uses the term ‘agglomerates and aggregates’ (AA) despite the paucity of evidence that AA are significantly relevant from a nanotoxicological persp...

    Authors: Sivakumar Murugadoss, Sybille van den Brule, Frederic Brassinne, Noham Sebaihi, Jorge Mejia, Stéphane Lucas, Jasmine Petry, Lode Godderis, Jan Mast, Dominique Lison and Peter H. Hoet
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2020 17:1
  27. Due to its excellent physicochemical properties and wide applications in consumer goods, titanium dioxide nanoparticles (TiO2 NPs) have been increasingly exposed to the environment and the public. However, the he...

    Authors: Zhangjian Chen, Di Zhou, Shuo Han, Shupei Zhou and Guang Jia
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:48
  28. Zinc oxide nanoparticles (ZnO-NPs) are widely used in many industrial sectors and previous studies have reported that exposure of the lungs to ZnO-NPs induces both acute and/or chronic pulmonary inflammation, ...

    Authors: Radwa Sehsah, Wenting Wu, Sahoko Ichihara, Naozumi Hashimoto, Yoshinori Hasegawa, Cai Zong, Ken Itoh, Masayuki Yamamoto, Ahmed Ali Elsayed, Soheir El-Bestar, Emily Kamel and Gaku Ichihara
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:47
  29. Silver nanoparticles (AgNPs), as promising anti-microbials and anti-cancer therapeutics, the toxicological effect and killing efficiency towards cells need in-depth investigation for better applications in dai...

    Authors: Ming Xu, Qiuyuan Yang, Lining Xu, Ziyu Rao, Dong Cao, Ming Gao and Sijin Liu
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:46
  30. A growing body of epidemiological literature indicates that particulate matter (PM) air pollution exposure is associated with elevated Alzheimer’s disease (AD) risk and may exacerbate AD-related cognitive decl...

    Authors: Katrina Jew, Denise Herr, Candace Wong, Andrea Kennell, Keith Morris-Schaffer, Günter Oberdörster, M. Kerry O’Banion, Deborah A. Cory-Slechta and Alison Elder
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:45
  31. Recently, Borm and Driscoll published a commentary discussing grouping of Poorly Soluble particles of Low Toxicity (PSLTs) and the use of rats as an animal model for human hazard assessment of PSLTs (Particle ...

    Authors: Anne T. Saber, Sarah S. Poulsen, Niels Hadrup, Nicklas R. Jacobsen and Ulla Vogel
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:44

    The original article was published in Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:11

  32. With ever-increasing exposure to engineered nanomaterials (NMs), there is an urgent need to evaluate the probability of consequential adverse effects. The potential for NM translocation to distal organs is a r...

    Authors: Ali Kermanizadeh, Trine Berthing, Ewa Guzniczak, Melanie Wheeldon, Graeme Whyte, Ulla Vogel, Wolfgang Moritz and Vicki Stone
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:42
  33. It was highlighted that the original article [1] contained the wrong Fig. 1.

    Authors: Ching-Yi Chen, Po-Lin Liao, Chi-Hao Tsai, Yen-Ju Chan, Yu-Wen Cheng, Ling-Ling Hwang, Kuan-Hung Lin, Ting-Ling Yen and Ching-Hao Li
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:43

    The original article was published in Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:37

  34. Silicon dioxide nanoparticles (SiO2 NPs) are one of the most widely utilized NPs in various food sectors. However, the potential endocrine toxicity of SiO2 NPs has not been characterized.

    Authors: Hailong Hu, Xingpei Fan, Qian Guo, Xiangjuan Wei, Daqian Yang, Boya Zhang, Jing Liu, Qiong Wu, Yuri Oh, Yujie Feng, Kun Chen, Liping Hou and Ning Gu
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:41
  35. Amorphous silica nanoparticles (SiO2 NPs) have been regarded as relatively benign nanomaterials, however, this widely held opinion has been questioned in recent years by several reports on in vitro and in vivo...

    Authors: Laura Rubio, Georgios Pyrgiotakis, Juan Beltran-Huarac, Yipei Zhang, Joshi Gaurav, Glen Deloid, Anastasia Spyrogianni, Kristopher A. Sarosiek, Dhimiter Bello and Philip Demokritou
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:40
  36. Engineered nanoparticles (NPs) have been shown to enhance allergic airways disease in mice. However, the influence of the different physicochemical properties of these particles on their adjuvant properties is...

    Authors: Susan Dekkers, James G. Wagner, Rob J. Vandebriel, Elyse A. Eldridge, Selina V. Y. Tang, Mark R. Miller, Isabella Römer, Wim H. de Jong, Jack R. Harkema and Flemming R. Cassee
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:39
  37. Nanomaterials (NMs) can be fine-tuned in their properties resulting in a high number of variants, each requiring a thorough safety assessment. Grouping and categorization approaches that would reduce the amoun...

    Authors: Isabel Karkossa, Anne Bannuscher, Bryan Hellack, Aileen Bahl, Sophia Buhs, Peter Nollau, Andreas Luch, Kristin Schubert, Martin von Bergen and Andrea Haase
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:38
  38. Gold nanoparticles (Au-NPs) have extensive applications in electronics and biomedicine, resulting in increased exposure and prompting safety concerns for human health. After absorption, nanoparticles enter cir...

    Authors: Ching-Yi Chen, Po-Lin Liao, Chi-Hao Tsai, Yen-Ju Chan, Yu-Wen Cheng, Ling-Ling Hwang, Kuan-Hung Lin, Ting-Ling Yen and Ching-Hao Li
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:37

    The Correction to this article has been published in Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:43

  39. The unique physicochemical properties of multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNT) have led to many industrial applications. Due to their low density and small size, MWCNT are easily aerosolized in the workplace m...

    Authors: Katelyn J. Siegrist, Steven H. Reynolds, Dale W. Porter, Robert R. Mercer, Alison K. Bauer, David Lowry, Lorenzo Cena, Todd A. Stueckle, Michael L. Kashon, John Wiley, Jeffrey L. Salisbury, John Mastovich, Kristin Bunker, Mark Sparrow, Jason S. Lupoi, Aleksandr B. Stefaniak…
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:36
  40. Li-ion batteries (LIB) are increasingly used worldwide. They are made of low solubility micrometric particles, implying a potential for inhalation toxicity in occupational settings and possibly for consumers. ...

    Authors: Violaine Sironval, Mihaly Palmai-Pallag, Rita Vanbever, François Huaux, Jorge Mejia, Stéphane Lucas, Dominique Lison and Sybille van den Brule
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:35
  41. Potassium octatitanate fibers (K2O•8TiO2, POT fibers) are used as an asbestos substitute. Their physical characteristics suggest that respirable POT fibers are likely to be carcinogenic in the lung and pleura. Ho...

    Authors: Mohamed Abdelgied, Ahmed M. El-Gazzar, William T. Alexander, Takamasa Numano, Masaaki Iigou, Aya Naiki-Ito, Hiroshi Takase, Akihiko Hirose, Yuhji Taquahashi, Jun Kanno, Mona Abdelhamid, Khaled Abbas Abdou, Satoru Takahashi, David B. Alexander and Hiroyuki Tsuda
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:34
  42. Allergic reactions to tattoos are amongst the most common side effects occurring with this permanent deposition of pigments into the dermal skin layer. The characterization of such pigments and their distribut...

    Authors: Ines Schreiver, Bernhard Hesse, Christian Seim, Hiram Castillo-Michel, Lars Anklamm, Julie Villanova, Nadine Dreiack, Adrien Lagrange, Randolph Penning, Christa De Cuyper, Remi Tucoulou, Wolfgang Bäumler, Marine Cotte and Andreas Luch
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:33
  43. Silica continues to represent an intriguing topic of fundamental and applied research across various scientific fields, from geology to physics, chemistry, cell biology, and particle toxicology. The pathogenic...

    Authors: Cristina Pavan, Massimo Delle Piane, Maria Gullo, Francesca Filippi, Bice Fubini, Peter Hoet, Claire J. Horwell, François Huaux, Dominique Lison, Cristina Lo Giudice, Gianmario Martra, Eliseo Montfort, Roel Schins, Marialore Sulpizi, Karsten Wegner, Michelle Wyart-Remy…
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:32
  44. Titanium dioxide (TiO2) nanoparticles are among the most manufactured nanomaterials in the industry, and are used in food products, toothpastes, cosmetics and paints. Pregnant women as well as their conceptuses m...

    Authors: Jinsoo Lee, Ji-Seong Jeong, Sang Yun Kim, Min-Kyu Park, Sung-Deuk Choi, Un-Jung Kim, Kwangsik Park, Eun Ju Jeong, Sang-Yoon Nam and Wook-Joon Yu
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:31
  45. Iron oxide nanoparticles (IONPs) have been extensively studied in different biomedical fields. Recently, the non-cytotoxic concentration of IONPs induced cell-specific response raised concern of their safety. ...

    Authors: Tao Wen, Lifan Du, Bo Chen, Doudou Yan, Aiyun Yang, Jian Liu, Ning Gu, Jie Meng and Haiyan Xu
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:30
  46. Industrially produced quantities of TiO2 nanoparticles are steadily rising, leading to an increasing risk of inhalation exposure for both professionals and consumers. Particle inhalation can result in inflammator...

    Authors: Wolfgang G. Kreyling, Uwe Holzwarth, Carsten Schleh, Stephanie Hirn, Alexander Wenk, Martin Schäffler, Nadine Haberl, Manuela Semmler-Behnke and Neil Gibson
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:29
  47. Copper oxide (CuO) nanomaterials are used in a wide range of industrial and commercial applications. These materials can be hazardous, especially if they are inhaled. As a result, the pulmonary effects of CuO ...

    Authors: Marit Ilves, Pia Anneli Sofia Kinaret, Joseph Ndika, Piia Karisola, Veer Marwah, Vittorio Fortino, Yuri Fedutik, Manuel Correia, Nicky Ehrlich, Katrin Loeschner, Alexandros Besinis, Joanne Vassallo, Richard D. Handy, Henrik Wolff, Kai Savolainen, Dario Greco…
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:28
  48. Obesity is an uncontrolled global epidemic and one of the leading global public health challenges. Maternal exposure to ambient fine particulate matter (PM2.5) may adversely program offspring’s adiposity, suggest...

    Authors: Yanyi Xu, Wanjun Wang, Minjie Chen, Ji Zhou, Xingke Huang, Shimin Tao, Bin Pan, Zhouzhou Li, Xiaoyun Xie, Weihua Li, Haidong Kan and Zhekang Ying
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:27
  49. After the publication of this article [1] it was hihglighted that the number of deaths related to natural disasters was incorrectly reported in the second paragraph of section Hazards from Natural particulates an...

    Authors: Michael Riediker, Daniele Zink, Wolfgang Kreyling, Günter Oberdörster, Alison Elder, Uschi Graham, Iseult Lynch, Albert Duschl, Gaku Ichihara, Sahoko Ichihara, Takahiro Kobayashi, Naomi Hisanaga, Masakazu Umezawa, Tsun-Jen Cheng, Richard Handy, Mary Gulumian…
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:26

    The original article was published in Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:19

  50. Non-communicable diseases, intended as the results of a combination of inherited, environmental and biological factors, kill 40 million people each year, equivalent to roughly 70% of all premature deaths globa...

    Authors: Stefano Rossi, Monia Savi, Marta Mazzola, Silvana Pinelli, Rossella Alinovi, Laura Gennaccaro, Alessandra Pagliaro, Viviana Meraviglia, Maricla Galetti, Omar Lozano-Garcia, Alessandra Rossini, Caterina Frati, Angela Falco, Federico Quaini, Leonardo Bocchi, Donatella Stilli…
    Citation: Particle and Fibre Toxicology 2019 16:25

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