Particulate air pollution and the blood

Seaton, Anthony; Soutar, Anne; Crawford, Vivienne; Elton, Robert; McNerlan, Susan; Cherrie, John; Watt, Monika; Agius, Raymond; Stout, Robert
November 1999
Thorax;Nov1999, p1027
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