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Chronic exposure of diesel exhaust particles induces alveolar enlargement in mice (2015)

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  • DOI: 10.1186/s12931-015-0172-z
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      YOSHIZAKI, Kelly; MORIYA, Henrique Takachi; BRITO, Jôse Mára; et al. Chronic exposure of diesel exhaust particles induces alveolar enlargement in mice. Respiratory Research[S.l.], BMC, 2015. Disponível em: < > DOI: 10.1186/s12931-015-0172-z.
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      Yoshizaki, K., Moriya, H. T., Brito, J. M., Toledo, A. C., Ferzilan, S., Oliveira, A. P. L. de, et al. (2015). Chronic exposure of diesel exhaust particles induces alveolar enlargement in mice. Respiratory Research. doi:10.1186/s12931-015-0172-z
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      Yoshizaki K, Moriya HT, Brito JM, Toledo AC, Ferzilan S, Oliveira APL de, Machado ID, Farsky SHP, Silva LFF, Martins MA, Saldiva PHN, Mauad T, Macchione M. Chronic exposure of diesel exhaust particles induces alveolar enlargement in mice [Internet]. Respiratory Research. 2015 ;Available from:
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      Yoshizaki K, Moriya HT, Brito JM, Toledo AC, Ferzilan S, Oliveira APL de, Machado ID, Farsky SHP, Silva LFF, Martins MA, Saldiva PHN, Mauad T, Macchione M. Chronic exposure of diesel exhaust particles induces alveolar enlargement in mice [Internet]. Respiratory Research. 2015 ;Available from:

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