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Chronic exposure of cynomolgus monkeys to sulfuric acid mist and fly ash mixtures.

William M. Busey

Chronic exposure of cynomolgus monkeys to sulfuric acid mist and fly ash mixtures.

by William M. Busey

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Published by Hazelton Laboratories Inc. in Vienna, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Air Pollution -- adverse effects,
  • Sulfuric Acids -- poisoning,
  • Carbon -- poisoning

  • Edition Notes

    Electric Research Council Project RP-74.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination103 p.
    Number of Pages103
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14755155M
    OCLC/WorldCa50410098

    What are cynomolgus monkeys? Cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis), also known as the long-tailed or crab-eating macaque, are non-human primates (NHP) commonly used in biomedical research. There are 10 subspecies of these macaques and they are found predominantly in southeast Asia. The cynomolgus monkeys are typically inches long, and the females weigh between 7 . Cynomolgus Monkey Whole Blood is available as pooled or individual samples, with either sex as an option. is a leading supplier of Cynomolgus Monkey Whole Blood, and only provides cyno whole blood originating from primates housed in the United States.

    Persistent human HBV infections were discovered in cynomolgus macaques of the species Macaca fascicularis (also called crab‐eating or long‐tailed macaque) living on Mauritius Island. 15 This monkey species is commonly used in biomedical research. In the 16th century, Portuguese sailors brought the ancestors of these monkeys to Mauritius Island from by: 6. Cynomolgus monkeys were treated twice, one week apart, with the rituximab SC formulation or with IV rituximab (2 × 10 mg/kg IV or SC). CD20 target coverage and depth of distal lymph node B-cell depletion was measured 7 days later, while the prolonged target coverage and duration of peripheral blood B-cell depletion was evaluated over an Cited by: 1.

      Whole-Body Plethysmography in Sedentary or Exercise Conditions to Determine Pulmonary Toxicity, Including Hypersensitivity Induced by Airborne Toxicants measurements in cynomolgus monkeys and guinea pigs. Arch. sulfuric acid mist, fly ash, and their mixtures. by: Hepatitis E virus (HEV) transmission through infected blood and blood products has already been described. However, little is known about the bone marrow (BM) as source of HEV infection. Our study aimed to investigate the presence of HEV antigen (Ag) and histological changes in BM of cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis) experimentally and naturally infected with by: 1.


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Chronic exposure of cynomolgus monkeys to sulfuric acid mist and fly ash mixtures by William M. Busey Download PDF EPUB FB2

Pneumotachographic tracings showed respiratory changes in 15 subjects exposed to measured sulfuric acid mist concentrations.

Although sulfuric acid mist, unlike pure SO 2, is capable of penetrating to the deeper, more sensitive portions of the lung, 1 mg/m 3 is unlikely to result in injury to the lung.

Exposures were continuous for 78 weeks in monkeys and 52 weeks in guinea pigs. The results signified no deleterious effects due to sulfuric acid mist exposure of guinea pigs.

In cynomolgus monkeys, concentrations of and mg/cu m with particles of μ and μ MMD, respectively, were sufficient to produce definite deleterious effects on pulmonary structures and deterioration in Cited by: Long-term exposure to sulfur dioxide, sulfuric acid mist, fly ash, and their mixtures.

Results of Studies in Monkeys and guinea pigs. Arch Environ Health. May; 30 (5)– Alarie Y, Busey WM, Krumm AA, Ulrich CE.

Long-term continuous exposure to sulfuric acid mist in cynomolgus monkeys and guinea pigs. Arch Environ Health. Europe PMC is an ELIXIR Core Data Resource Learn more >.

Europe PMC is a service of the Europe PMC Funders' Group, in partnership with the European Bioinformatics Institute; and in cooperation with the National Center for Biotechnology Information at the U.S.

National Library of Medicine (NCBI/NLM).It includes content provided to the PMC International archive by participating Cited by: 9. Alarie Y, Busey WM, Krumm AA, Ulrich CE. Long-term continuous exposure to sulfuric acid mist in cynomolgus monkeys and guinea pigs. Arch Environ Health. Jul; 27 (1)– Alarie Y, Kantz RJ, 2nd, Ulrich CE, Krumm AA, Busey WM.

Long-term continuous exposure to sulfur dioxide and fly ash mixtures in cynomolgus monkeys and guinea by: Limits ofAllowable Concentrations of Atmospheric Pollutants.

Book 3 (translated by B. Long-term continuous exposure to sulfur dioxide in cynomolgus monkeys. Long-term exposure to sulfur dioxide, sulfuric acid mist, fly ash, and their mixtures. ().Author: M A Mehlman. to sulfuric acid mist in cynomolgus monkeys and guinea pigs.

Arch. Environ. Hea continuous exposure of cynomolgus monkeys and guinea pigs to sulfur dioxide, sulfuric acid mist, fly ash and their mixtures. Arch. Environ. Hea Studies by Alarie et al. (, ) examined the effects of long-term continuous exposure to sulfur dioxide, sulfuric acid mist, fly ash, and their mixtures and found the effects detected from exposures to mixtures could be attributed to the presence of acid mist alone.

For this reason, we did not include acid mist only as a control by: Groups of cynomolgus monkeys and guinea pigs were exposed to mixtures of sulfur dioxide, fly ash, and sulfuric acid mist.

The exposure concentrations varied between and ppm for sulfur. There were three rats in each group. Chronic inhalation of coal fly ash results indicate that the increased number of macrophages in the lung is a result of recruitment of macrophages from within the lung rather than from by: ().

Long-term continuous exposure to sulfuric acid mist in cynomolgus monkeys and guinea pigs. Long-term exposure to sulfur dioxide, sulfuric acid mist, fly ash, and their mixtures. Results ofstudies in monkeys and guinea pigs. Long-termeffects ofairpollutants in. Yves Alarie's 89 research works with 3, citations and 1, reads, including: Acute airway effects of diacetyl in mice.

*Alarie Y, Krumm AA, Busey WM, et al. Long-term exposure to sulfur dioxide, sulfuric acid mist, fly ash, and their mixtures: Results of studies in monkeys and guinea pigs.

Arch Environ Health *Alarie Y, Uh-ich CE, WM Busey, et al. Long-term continuous exposure to sulfur dioxide in Cynomolgus monkeys.

*Alarie Y, Busey WM, Krumm AA, et al. Long-term continuous exposure to sulfuric acid mist in cynomolgus monkeys and guinea pigs.

Arch Environ Health *Alarie YC, Krumm AA, Busey WM, et al. Long-term exposure to sulfur dioxide, sulfuric acid mist, fly ash, and their mixtures. Arch Environ Health Resource Generation of Gene-Modified Cynomolgus Monkey via Cas9/RNA-Mediated Gene Targeting in One-Cell Embryos Yuyu Niu,1,5,7 Bin Shen,2,7 Yiqiang Cui,3,7 Yongchang Chen,1,5,7 Jianying Wang,2 Lei Wang,3 Yu Kang,1,5 Xiaoyang Zhao,4 Wei Si,1,5 Wei Li,4 Andy Peng Xiang,6 Jiankui Zhou,2 Xuejiang Guo, 3Ye Bi, Chenyang Si,1,5 Bian Hu,2 Guoying Dong,3 Hong Wang, 1,5Zuomin Zhou,3.

ACCEPTABLE INTAKE CHRONIC (AIC) Oral. Pertinent data regarding the chronic oral toxicity of sulfuMc acid could not be located in the available literature.

Inhalation. The only reported effects of chronic exposure to Inhaled sulfuric add are localized effects at the point of entry. The recommended PEL is intended to protect against pathological effects on the upper and lower respiratory tract caused by chronic exposure to sulfuric acid. It will also protect against irritation caused by acute exposure to sulfuric acid.

The cynomolgus monkey (Macaca fascicularis) is a well-known non-human primate species commonly used in non-clinical research. It is important to know basal clinical pathology parameters in order to have a reference for evaluating any potential treatment-induced effects, maintaining health status among animals and, if needed, evaluating correct substantiative therapies.

In this study, data from Cited by: 4. The authors performed a retrospective study to determine the incidences and range of spontaneous pathology findings in control cynomolgus monkeys. Data were collected from monkeys ( animals Cited by:   SCRAPIE has been transmitted to the cynomolgus, or crab-eating, monkey (Macaca fascicularis) with an incubation period of more than 5 yr from the Cited by:.

In cynomolgus monkeys exposed continuously for 20 months to sulfuric acid, slight structural changes were found in the respiratory tract (hyperplasia of the bronchiolar epithelium, thickening of the walls of the respiratory bronchioli and alveoli) in animals exposed to low concentrations ( or mg/m 3) of a sulfuric acid aerosol with.Alarie, j?t_ aj_.

(14,15) examined the effects of long-term continuous exposure to sulfur dioxide, sulfuric acid mist, fly ash, and their mixtures on histopathology and pulmonary function in monkeys and guinea pigs and found the effects detected from exposures to mixtures could be attributed to the presence of acid mist .Monkey exposure in the moderate and high exposure groups of later epid.

studies. Guinea pig exposure in the low exposure group of epid. studies. Alarie, Y. et al. (). Long-term exposure to sulfur dioxide, sulfuric acid mist, fly ash, and their mixtures.

Arch. Environ. Health (As summarized in Swenberg, ) Guinea pigs. mg/m3.