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Cardiovascular effects of inhaled ultrafine and nano-sized particles /

Authors: Cassee, Flemming R.%editor | Mills, Nicholas L.%editor | Newby, David E.%editor Published by : Wiley, (Hoboken, N.J :) Physical details: xviii, 585 p. : ill. ; 25 cm. ISBN: 0470433531 Subject(s): Heart %Toxicology. | Air %Pollution %Toxicology. | Nanoparticles %Toxicology. | Pulmonary toxicology. | Cardiovascular Diseases %etiology. | Particulate Matter %adverse effects. | Air Pollutants %adverse effects. | Inhalation Exposure %adverse effects. | Nanoparticles %adverse effects. | Risk Assessment. Year: 2011
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Acute effects of particulate matter on cardiovascular events -- Chronic effects of particulate matter on cardiovascular disease -- Particle characterization -- Exposure assessment ambient ultrafine particles -- From exposure to dose -- Translocation of inhaled nanoparticles -- Role of chemical composition in determining the cardiovascular effects of particles -- In vitro studies -- Experimental studies in animals -- Human exposure studies -- Panel studies -- Particulates and oxidative stress -- Role of inflammation in the atherogenic effects of particulate matter -- Inhaled particles, postprandial lipids and their possible contribution to atherogenesis -- Inhaled particulate matter and atherosclerosis in humans -- Effects of particulates on the pulmonary vasculature -- Particulate matter, hypertension, and the metabolic syndrome -- Particles and the vascular endothelium -- Particles, coagulation, and thrombosis -- Particles and the pathogenesis of atherothrombosis -- Particles and the autonomic nervous system -- Air pollution and cardiac arrhythmia -- Risk assessment -- Environmental regulation of particulate matter -- From ambient ultrafine particles to nanotechnology and nanotoxicology.

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