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- Michalczuk, Urszula, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Environmental science and pollution research international 2019 v.26 no.12 pp. 12150-12157
- air; asthma; deglutition; dust; epithelium; fluorescence; heart failure; inflammation; models; mucus; respiratory system; rheology; rheometers; rhodamines; saliva; soil; temperature; viscosity; wind; Arizona
- ... Transported desert dust particles (TDDP) are soil particles suspended in the air. Being spread all over the globe by the winds, TDDP affect animals, including humans, plants and other organisms not only in the areas of their emission. In humans, TDDP are responsible for diseases of the respiratory (e.g. asthma) and circulatory (e.g. heart failure) systems and they also act directly on the epitheli ...