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Morphologic effects of a sulfur(IV) aerosol on the nasal cavity of beagle dogs.

Morphologic changes were observed in nasal cavities of beagle dogs after long-term exposure to a respirable sulfur(IV) aerosol at a concentration equivalent to a sulfur dioxide (SO2) concentration of 0.6 mg/m3. The changes were characterized by a thickened epithelial layer resulting from epithelial proliferation, by a loss of secretory material, and by moderate mononuclear cell infiltration.[1]

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  1. Morphologic effects of a sulfur(IV) aerosol on the nasal cavity of beagle dogs. Takenaka, S., Fürst, G., Heilmann, P., Heini, A., Heinzmann, U., Karg, E., Murray, A.B., Ruprecht, L., Heyder, J. Toxicol. Lett. (1994) [Pubmed]
 
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