R T Cullen

Summary

Affiliation: Institute of Occupational Medicine
Country: UK

Publications

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    Cullen R, Searl A, Miller B, Davis J, Jones A. Pulmonary and intraperitoneal inflammation induced by cellulose fibres. J Appl Toxicol. 2000;20:49-60 pubmed
    ..We conclude that the cellulose material studied is less inflammogenic than crocidolite and that the extent of the inflammatory response within the lung appears to reduce with continued exposure over a 14-day period. ..
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    Cullen R, Tran C, Buchanan D, Davis J, Searl A, Jones A, et al. Inhalation of poorly soluble particles. I. Differences in inflammatory response and clearance during exposure. Inhal Toxicol. 2000;12:1089-111 pubmed
    ..The explanation that the different responses are due to the different particle size distributions of the two dust types is examined in a companion paper (Tran et al., this issue). ..
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    Cullen R, Searl A, Buchanan D, Davis J, Miller B, Jones A. Pathogenicity of a special-purpose glass microfiber (E glass) relative to another glass microfiber and amosite asbestos. Inhal Toxicol. 2000;12:959-77 pubmed
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    Cullen R, Miller B, Clark S, Davis J. Tumorigenicity of cellulose fibers injected into the rat peritoneal cavity. Inhal Toxicol. 2002;14:685-703 pubmed
    ..This study has demonstrated that a high dose of cellulose fibers is capable of producing tumors when injected into the abdominal cavity of rats...