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Diet restriction modulates lung response and survivability of rats exposed to ozone

Diet restriction modulates lung response and survivability of rats exposed to ozone

Toxicology 159(3): 171-182

ISSN/ISBN: 0300-483X

PMID: 11223172

DOI: 10.1016/s0300-483x(00)00427-3

Ozone (O<sub>3</sub>) is a powerful oxidant component of photochemical smog polluting the air of urban cities. Exposure to low-level O<sub>3</sub> causes lung injury and increased morbidity of the sensitive segment of population, and exposure to high levels can be lethal to experimental animals. Injury from O<sub>3</sub> exposure is generally associated with free radical formation and oxidative stress.

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