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Cellular and molecular effects of mineral and synthetic dusts and fibres

Cellular and molecular effects of mineral and synthetic dusts and fibres

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lungs -- Dust diseases -- Cytopathology -- Congresses.,
  • Lungs -- Dust diseases -- Molecular aspects -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by John M.G. Davis, Marie-Claude Jaurand.
    SeriesNATO ASI series., vol. 85
    ContributionsDavis, John M. G. 1935-, Jaurand, Marie-Claude, 1944-, NATO Advanced Study Institute on Cellular and Molecular Effects of Mineral and Synthetic Dusts and Fibres (1993 : Paris, France)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC773 .C45 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 432 p. :
    Number of Pages432
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1095547M
    ISBN 103540580638, 0387580638
    LC Control Number94020085

    Effects of Mineral Dusts on Cells, Quebec, Canada. dusts and organic fibres. May DuPont Promotion to the position of Staff. Workshop on the importance of synthetic mineral fiber. HEALTH EFFECTS OF ASBESTOS AND SYNTHETIC VITREOUS FIBRES: The influence of fibre length. Comments on the Charge to the Panel For the meeting scheduled for New York City October 29/30, Bruce W. Case, M.D., , Dipl. Occupational Hygiene, F.R.C.P.(C.) School of Environment Department of Pathology.


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Presented here are recent data on the mechanisms of action of different dusts and fibres of industrial interest. Emphasis is placed on the use of cell and organ culture and lavage cell populations obtained from man and laboratory animals to elucidate cellular and molecular events occurring after their interaction with fibrous and non-fibrous particulates including metal compounds.

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[John M G Davis; Marie-Claude Jaurand;]. Get this from a library. Cellular and molecular effects of mineral and synthetic dusts and fibres. [John M G Davis; Marie-Claude Jaurand;] -- Presented here are recent data on the mechanisms of action of different dusts and fibres of industrial interest.

Emphasis is placed on the use of cell and organ culture and lavage cell populations. Cellular and Molecular Effects of Mineral and Synthetic Dusts and Fibres pp | Cite as Correlation of in vitro and in vivo Studies on the Bioeffects of Mineral Particles AuthorsCited by: 1. Sahu A.P.

() Pleural Lesions Induced by Mineral Dusts, Fibers and Chemicals. In: Davis J.M.G., Jaurand MC. (eds) Cellular and Molecular Effects of Mineral and Synthetic Dusts and Fibres.

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Neil F. Johnson, Kirk R. Maples, Fiber-Induced Hydroxyl Radical Formation and DNA Damage, Cellular and Molecular Effects of Mineral and Synthetic Dusts and Fibres, /.

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Author(s): Davis,John M G(John Michael Gordon),; Jaurand,Marie-Claude,; NATO Advanced Study Institute on Cellular and Molecular Effects of Mineral and Synthetic Dusts and Fibres,( Paris, France) Title(s): Cellular and molecular effects of mineral and synthetic dusts and fibres/ edited by John M.G.

Davis, Marie-Claude Jaurand. Health Effects of Mineral Dusts. Asbestos and other mineral fibres including glass fibres are known to cause pleural mesotheliomas and pulmonary carcinomas in experimental animals and humans. Françoise Rey, C. Boutin, P. Dumortier, J.-R.

Viallat, P. De Vuyst, Carcinogenic Asbestos Fibers in the Parietal Pleura, Cellular and Molecular Effects of Mineral and Synthetic Dusts and Fibres, /, (), (). Wallace W.E. et al. () Surface Properties of Respirable Silicate and Aluminosilicate Dusts Affecting Bioavailability.

In: Davis J.M.G., Jaurand MC. (eds) Cellular and Molecular Effects of Mineral and Synthetic Dusts and Fibres. NATO ASI Series (Series H: Cell Biology), vol Cite this paper as: Warheit D.B., Gavett S.H., Yuen I.S., Hartsky M.A.

() Comparisons of in vitro Cytotoxicity Results with in vivo Pulmonary Effects Following Inhalation Exposures to a Variety of Mineral Dusts: How Well Do They Compare?.

In: Davis J.M.G., Jaurand MC. (eds) Cellular and Molecular Effects of Mineral and Synthetic Dusts and Fibres. The Fourth International Workshop on "In Vitro Effects of Mineral Dusts on Cells" was held on September 20 - 23, in Auberge Estrimont, Orford, Quebec, Canada.

The emphasis of the N. Advanced Research Workshop was the use of cell and organ culture and lavage cell. Fibres were coated with fibronectin by adding a solution of fibronectin (1 mg/ml) to a 2 mg/ml suspension of fibres, shaking vigorously and allowing to stand at room temperature for min.

Fibrous Dust Volume 8 1 Introduction Inman-made mineral fibres were classified in category IIIB in the "List of MAK and BAT Values" with the substances suspected of having carcinogenic potential.

Hydroxyl radical production in the presence of fibres by a Fenton-type reaction. Identification and quantification offibre-induced lipid peroxidation products by GC-MSD. In: Cellular and Molecular Effects of Mineral and Synthetic Dusts and Fibres.

The cytotoxic effects of a series of non-asbestiform fibrous and other mineral dusts towards mammalian macrophage and non-macrophage cell lines in tissue culture have been examined. It is considered that such tests may be useful indicators of the pathogenicity of dusts in vivo, although many additional factors may also influence the latter.

The role of iron in asbestos induced cancer. In Cellular and Molecular Effects of Mineral and Synthetic Dusts and Fibers, NATO ASI Series, Vol. H 85. Cellular and molecular effects of mineral and synthetic dusts and fibres: proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Cellular and Molecular Effects of Mineral and Synthetic Dusts and Fibres, October, Paris, France.

Davis JMG, Jaurand M-C, eds. London: Springer-Verlag, Aug; H Dusts were prepared mainly by dry grinding and sieving from the following materials: brucite, chlorite, chromite, forsterite, magnetite, olivine, pyroxene, serpentine, talc, glass fibre, silica fibre, man-made insulation fibres, chrysotile, and synthetic chrysotile.

The chrysotile was prepared by two methods to give long and short fibres. The dusts were injected intrapleurally into mice.

A comparison of alveolar macrophage cytotoxicity and ability to cause inflammation in the mouse peritoneal cavity for a range of different fibre types at equal fibre number. in Cellular and molecular effects of mineral and synthetic dusts and fibres.

In Reviews in Mineral- ogyealth Effects of Mineral Dusts. Edited by G. Gurthrie and B. Mossman. Mineralogical Society of America, Washington, DC. Fubini B. () Which surface functionalities are implied in dust toxieity. In Cellular and Molecular Effects of Mineral and Synthetic Dust and Fibres.

NATO ASI Series, Vol. H The material which was the subject of the investigation was Fiberfrax, a white cotton-like mass of fine mineral fibres, µ in diameter and µ to 25 mm. in length. It is made by a process resembling that for rock-wool, but in an electric furnace owing to high melting point.

Petrographically it is a glass; chemically it consists of approximately equal parts of alumina and silica, with. Cellular and Molecular Effects of Mineral and Synthetic Dusts and Fibres Springer-Verlag, New York Emphasizes the use of cell and organ culture, and lavage cell populations obtained from man and laboratory animals, to elucidate cellular and molecular events occurring after their interaction with fibrous and non-fibrous particulates including.

Cellular and Molecular Effects of Mineral and Synthetic Presented here are recent data on the mechanisms of action of different dusts and fibres of industrial interest. Emphasis is placed on the use of cell and organ culture and lavage cell populations obtained from man and laboratory animals to.

Both the high surface area of the sample and the large amount of inorganic material extracted from the cell culture provide enough material to run reasonably intense EPR spectra.

The state of the art in the field of mineral fibres is illustrated and discussed here, with a multidisciplinary approach taking into account all the different scientific strands (biology, chemistry, epidemiology, mineralogy, physics, toxicology etc.). SYNTHETIC VITREOUS FIBERS 9. REFERENCES Aalto M, Heppleston AG.

Fibrogenesis by mineral fibres: An in-vitro study of the roles of the macrophage and fibre length. Br J Exp Pathol 65(1) ACGIH. Fibrous glass dust. American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists.

Cincinnati, OH. ACGIH. Asbestos, all forms. Lung function was measured in a group of weavers in a textile mill in Isfahan, Iran, who were exposed to a mixed dust of cotton and synthetic fibres. None of the subjects smoked tobacco. Forced vital capacity, forced expiratory volume in 1 s, and forced mid-expiratory flow were determined.

These values are recorded in the paper and they are also expressed as a percentage of normal values. Discount prices on books by Claude Davis, including titles like The Lost Book of Herbal Remedies. Click here for the lowest price. The synthetic organic fibres and manmade mineral fibre used were of a size exceeding that considered respirable.

Respirable materials were given to rats by the intratracheal method and after exposure for a standard time interval the main indices of fibrogenic effects--the total hydroxyproline content, the wet weight of the lung, and the total. Get this from a library. Effects of mineral dusts on cells.

[Brooke T Mossman; Raymond O Bégin; North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division.;] -- The mechanisms by which mineral dusts cause cell damage and altered proliferation and/or differentiation of cells are presented in "state-of-the-art" reviews of clinical and basic research. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of John M Davis books online.

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1. Schweiz Med Wochenschr. Mar 27;(12) [Synthetic mineral fibers]. [Article in French] Boillat MA(1). Author information: (1)Institut universitaire romand de santé au travail (IST), Lausanne.

The group of man-made mineral fibres includes slagwool, glasswool, rockwool, glass filaments and microfibres, as well as refractory ceramic fibres.

Silica (silicon dioxide) occurs in crystalline and amorphous forms. Of the several crystalline polymorphs of silica found in nature, quartz is by far the most common, being abundant in most rock types, notably granites, sandstones, quartzites and in sands and soils.

Cristobalite and tridymite are found in volcanic rocks. Because of the wide usage of quartz-containing materials, workers may be. The first descriptions of dust-related occupational lung disease. The first mentions of a link between exposure to dust particles and lung disease are to be found in the 15 th and 16 th centuries.

Within a few years of the invention of the printing press, Georgius Agricola wrote about the theory and practice of metal mining and refining in ‘On the nature of minerals’ (De re metallica.Carcinogenicity studies on natural and man-made fibres with the intraperitoneal test in rats.

Pp. in: Non-Occupational Exposure to Mineral Fibres, IARC Scientific Pub. J. Bignon, J. Peto, and R. Saracci, eds. Lyon, France: International Agency for Research on Cancer.

In: Biological Effects of Man-Made Mineral Fibres. Proceedings of a WHO/IARC Coference, Vol 2. Copenhagen:World Health Organization, ; (5.) Wagner JC, Berry DB, Hill RJ, Munday DE, Skidmore JW. Animal experiments with MMM(V)F: effects of inhalation and intrapleural inoculation in rats.

In: Biological Effects of Man-Made Mineral Fibres.