Jarno Ruusunen et al.
Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry, 401(10), 3183-3195 (2011-10-01)
Several studies have shown that combustion-derived fine particles cause adverse health effects. Previous toxicological studies on combustion-derived fine particles have rarely involved multiple endpoints and a detailed characterization of chemical composition. In this study, we developed a novel particle sampling...
In vitro toxicological characterization of particulate emissions from residential biomass heating systems based on old and new technologies.
Pasi I. Jalava et al.
Atmospheric Environment, 50, 24-35 (2012)
G Morgan et al.
Cell death and differentiation, 6(1), 36-47 (1999-04-14)
A mutant T-cell hybridoma line named mutant 51 was developed that, unlike the parental line, did not die after T-cell receptor (TCR) engagement and demonstrated reduced death in response to dexamethasone. Intracellular calcium measurements showed that available calcium stores were...
In vitro immunotoxic and genotoxic activities of particles emitted from two different small-scale wood combustion appliances.
Maija Tapanainen et al.
Atmospheric Environment, 45, 7546-7554 (2011)
Tiina Torvela et al.
Chemical research in toxicology, 27(9), 1516-1527 (2014-07-27)
Multiple studies show that particulate mass (PM) generated from incomplete wood combustion may induce adverse health issues in humans. Previous findings have shown that also the PM from efficient wood combustion may induce enhanced production of reactive oxygen species (ROS)...