2 edition of Particle-lung interactions found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Peter Gehr ... [et al.].|
|Series||Lung biology in health and disease -- 241, Lung biology in health and disease -- v. 241.|
|LC Classifications||RC720 .P37 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 319 p. :|
|Number of Pages||319|
|LC Control Number||2009023883|
They can bind to and ingest microparticles, endotoxins, and particles circulating in the blood Therefore studies of workplace related exposure of airborne, engineered nano particles were initiated reviewed i. The generation of oxidants by silica nanoparticles and silica-activated immune cells results in additional macrophage apoptosis, lung damage, inflammation, and cell transformation. This electron micrograph shows an alveolar macrophage, probably on his way from one alveolus to another through a pore of Kohn. Aerosol data were interpreted qualitatively, as the underlying measurements were carried out once. Capillary Endothelium Like the alveolar epithelium, the endothelium lining alveolar capillaries is made of a thin but uninterrupted squamous cell layer.
The mechanosensors SAR and RAR are myelinated fibers, mainly of the type Ad, in contrast to the C fibers, which are thought to be involved in the detection of thermal, inflammatory, and nociceptive stimuli. After antigen uptake, they may either migrate to the lymph vessels or become permanent residents of the interstitial space Some UFPs have characteristics similar to gas or liquid and are useful in powders or lubricants. These clinical conditions are not solely influenced by the particle type after which they are named, but by multiple types of particles, varying in size and concentrations. Silicosis Silicosis is caused by the inhalation of crystalline silica particles for extended periods of time.
Pulmonary macrophages are derived from blood monocytes and therefore originate from the bone marrow. Immune System The whole respiratory tract, from the nares or lips to the alveoli, contains a set of defense mechanisms that compensates for the entering of particles and microorganisms during respiration. Surface Area and Reactivity The surface area of inhaled nanoparticles favors the formation of free radicals i. This exposure system directly combines in situ aerosol production by flame spray pyrolysis with simultaneous particle deposition from the gas — phase onto air — liquid interface cultivated lung cell cultures. WHO Determination of airborne fibre number concentrations.
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Ellie, Lucas, Emma, and Nisha all presented posters at the undergraduate poster session on Saturday morning. Author by : L M Brown Language : en Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read : 45 Total Download : File Size : 49,6 Mb Description : Following the recognition that airborne particulate matter, even at quite modest concentrations, has an adverse effect on human health, there has been an intense research effort to understand the mechanisms and quantify the effects.
Aerosol data were interpreted qualitatively, as the underlying measurements were carried out once. Therefore, the dispute between China and South Korea become political. Additional differences can be found for the factor time: In the aerosol scenario, parameters tend to their maximum already after 4h of exposure, whereas under submerged conditions, effects appear most pronounced mainly after 24h.
A recommended method, by phase-contrast optical microscopy membrane filter method. Surface Structures and Particles There is a growing body of literature on the interaction between particles and surfactant as well as the alveolar epithelium.
SAR typically discharge with changes in lung volume tidal ventilation and respond to sustained lung inflation in a nonadapting manner. Therefore studies of workplace related exposure of airborne, engineered nano particles were initiated reviewed i.
Hot volcanic lavaocean sprayand smoke are common natural UFPs sources. The severity of nanoparticle effects warrants further elucidation and increased regulatory measures to protect against human exposure.
Nanoparticles have high deposition efficiencies in the lungs of healthy individuals, and even higher efficiencies in individuals with asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease 10 Due to incomplete fixation, the myelin sheath arrow head shows an artificial enlargement of the distance between the membranes, particularly on the left side of the myelin sheath.
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At all levels, the epithelium consists of more than one cell type. Access options Instant access to the full article PDF. To prove reproducibility, three consecutive runs with 90 sec particle production were characterized. Traditionally, fibrosis has been viewed as an irreversible process which varies from a restrictive ventilatory defect causing hypoxemia, pulmonary hypertension, and cor pulmonale, to the distortion of lung anatomy inducing bronchiectasis and chronic respiratory infection 20 Differential Epidemiology of Ambient Aerosols H R Anderson and other articles Readership: Graduate students, academics, researchers, industrial scientists and engineers.
With technical advances in a variety of nanoscale fabrication and manipulation technologies, the whole topical area is maturing into a vibrant field that is generating new scientific research and a burgeoning range of commercial applications, with an annual market already at the trillion dollar threshold.
The ratio of surface atoms to total atoms or molecules increases exponentially with decreasing particle size, contributing to the surface reactivity This was originally proven for alveolar macrophages by Thomas and coworkers To ensure dose—equivalence, ZnO-deposition was determined in each exposure scenario by atomic absorption spectroscopy.
Supernatant samples were taken from the upper apical and the lower basal compartment well of the cell culture insert. Usually, we find at least a mosaic of lining cells and secretory cells.
The chemical composition and surface reactivity and dissolution rates are the driving forces for toxicity often starting with oxidative stress which can lead to inflammation, systemic effects or even lung cancer.
Sneezing and coughing bring about turbulence and shear forces strong enough to remove free or liquid-bound material such as debris, mucus, and other particles from 10 uhlfeld and Ochs the nose and the airways, respectively Clinical cases of particle-induced pulmonary fibrosis are nearly all occupational in origin.
Silicosis Silicosis is caused by the inhalation of crystalline silica particles for extended periods of time.
As the most toxic component of airborne particulate matter, nanoparticles have uncontrolled access to the cells of the airway and even intracellular components because of their size 7 — 9.
C fibers are unmyelinated and possess the slowest conduction velocity of the three subtypes Thus, the lining cells of both the alveolar and the capillary side of the air-blood barrier are equipped for exerting caveolae-mediated transport functions.
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The deposition of nanoparticles in the lung can lead to chronic inflammation, epithelial injury, and further to pulmonary fibrosis. Cases of particle-induced pulmonary fibrosis, namely pneumoconiosis, are mostly occupationally influenced, and continue to be documented around the hildebrandsguld.com by: Dec 05, · Reference Type Citation Progress Report Year Document Sources ; Book: Wichmann HE, Cyrys J, Stolzel M, Spix C, Wittmaack K, Tuch T, Pitz M, Peters A, Wolke G, Menzel N, Hietel B, Schulz F, Heinrich J, Kreyling WG, Heyder J.
Sources and Elemental Composition of Ambient Particles in Erfurt, Germany.