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Evidence Package for the National Academies' Review 2006-2007

NIOSH Programs > Respiratory Diseases > Evidence Package > 3. Interstitial Lung Diseases > 3.3 Fiber-Induced Diseases

3.3e) RDRP Publications of Special Note Relating to Fiber-Induced Diseases

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NOTE: This listing is not comprehensive. It excludes NIOSH-numbered documents (criteria documents, etc.) and, from among dozens of other RDRP publications of special note relating to fiber-induced diseases, includes only those cited in Sub-chapter 3.3.  

  1. Amandus HE, Wheeler R, Jankovic J, Tucker J [1987]. The morbidity and mortality of vermiculite miners and millers exposed to tremolite-actinolite: Part I. Exposure estimates. Am J Ind Med 11:1-14 (A3-87). (ISI Web of Science: cited 29 times as of 7/18/06)
  2. Amandus HE, Wheeler R [1987]. The morbidity and mortality of vermiculite miners and millers exposed to tremolite-actinolite: Part II. Mortality. Am J Ind Med 11(1):15-26 (A3-88). (ISI Web of Science: cited 44 times as of 7/18/06)
  3. Amandus HE, Althouse R, Morgan WK, Sargent EN, Jones R [1987]. The morbidity and mortality of vermiculite miners and millers exposed to tremolite-actinolite: Part III. Radiographic findings. Am J Ind Med 11:27-37 (A3-89). (ISI Web of Science: cited 18 times as of 7/18/06)
  4. Castellan RM, Sanderson WT, Petersen MR. Prevalence of radiographic appearance of pneumoconiosis in an unexposed blue collar population. Am Rev Respir Dis 131:684-686 (A3-96). (ISI Web of Science:  cited 45 times as of 7/18/06)
  5. Centers for Disease Control [1997]. Chronic interstitial lung disease in nylon flocking industry workers--Rhode Island, 1992-1996. MMWR 46:897-901 (A3-101).
  6. Burkhart J, Piacitelli C, Schwegler-Berry D, Jones W [1999]. Environmental study of nylon flocking process. J Toxicol Environ Health.1999: 57(Part A): 1-23 (A3-102). (ISI Web of Science: cited 13 times as of 7/18/06)
  7. Porter DW, Castranova V, Robinson VA, Hubbs AF, Mercer RR, Scabilloni J, Goldsmith T, Schwegler-Berry D, Battelli L, Washko R, Burkhart J, Piacitelli C, Whitmer M, Jones W [1999]. Acute inflammatory reaction in rats after intratracheal instillation of material collected from a nylon flocking plant. J Toxicol Environ Health. 57(Part B):25-45 (A3-103). (ISI Web of Science: cited 18 times as of 7/18/06)
  8. Washko RM, Day B, Parker JE, Castellan RM, Kreiss K [2000]. Epidemiologic investigation of respiratory morbidity at a nylon flock plant. Am J Ind Med 38:628-638 (A3-104). (ISI Web of Science: cited 4 times as of 7/18/06)
  9. Daroowalla F, Wang ML, Piacitelli C, Attfield MD, Kreiss K [2005]. Flock workers' exposures and respiratory symptoms in five plants. Am J Ind Med 47:144-52 (A3-105). (ISI Web of Science: cited 1 time as of 7/18/06
  10. Eschenbacher WL, Kreiss K, Lougheed D, Pransky G, Day B, Castellan RM [1999]. Nylon flock-associated interstitial lung disease: clinical pathology workshop summary. Am J Respir Crit Care Med 159:2003-2008 (A3-106). (ISI Web of Science: cited 24 times as of 7/18/06)
  11. Boag AH, Colby TV, Fraire AE, Kuhn C III, Roggli VL, Travis WD, Vallyathan V [1999]. The pathology of interstitial lung disease in nylon flock workers. Am J Surg Pathol 23:1539-1545 (A3-107). (ISI Web of Science: cited 12 times as of 7/18/06)
  12. Dunn KH, Shulman SA, Cecala AB, Bentuirin DE [2004]. Evaluation of a local exhaust ventilation system for controlling RCF during disc sanding. J Occup Environ Hyg 1:D107-D111 (A3-108).
  13. Simeonova PP, Toriumi W, Kommineni C,  Erkan M, Munson AE, Rom WN, Luster MI [1997]. Molecular regulation of IL-6 activation by asbestos in lung epithelial cells: Role of reactive oxygen species. J Immunol 159:3921-3928. (A3-106) (ISI Web of Science: cited 67 times as of 7/18/06)
  14. Deye GJ, Gao P, Baron PA, Fernback J [1999]. Performance of a fiber length classifier. Aerosol Sci Technol 30: 420-437 (A3-110). (ISI Web of Science: cited 3 times as of 7/18/06)
  15. Blake T, Castranova V, Schwegler-Berry D, Baron P, Deye GJ, Li C, Jones W [1998]. Effect of fiber length on glass microfiber cytotoxicity. J Toxicol Environ Health 54:243-259 (A3-111). (ISI Web of Science: cited 22 times as of 7/18/06)
  16. Ye JP, Shi XL, Jones W, Rojanasakul Y, Cheng NL, Schwegler-Berry D, Baron P, Deye GJ, Li CH, Castranova V [1999]. Critical role of glass fiber length in TNF-alpha production and transcription factor activation in macrophages. Am J Physiol-Lung Cell Molec Physiol 276: L426-L434 (A3-112). (ISI Web of Science: cited 14 times as of 7/18/06)
  17. Ye JP, Zeidler P, Young S-H, Martinez T, Robinson VA, Jones W, Baron P, Shi X, Castranova V [2001]. Activation of mitogen-activated protein kinase p38 and extracellular signal-related kinase is involved in glass fiber-induced TNF-alpha production in macrophages. J Biol Chem 276:5360-5367 (A3-113). (ISI Web of Science: cited 12 times as of 7/18/06)
  18. Zeidler-Erdely PC, Calhoun WJ, Ameredes BT, Clark MP, Deye GJ, Jones WJ, Blake T, Castranova V [2006]. In vitro cytotoxicity of Manville Code 100 glass fibers: Effect of fiber length on human alveolar macrophages. Part Fibre Toxicol 3:pp5-11 (A3-114).
  19. Bernstein D, Castranova V, Donaldson K, Fubini B, Hadley J, Hesterberg T, Kane A, Lai D, McConnell EE, Muhle H, Oberdorster G, Olin S, Warheit DB [2005]. ILSI Risk Science Institute Working Group.Testing of fibrous particles: Short-term assays and strategies. Inhal Toxicol 17:497-537 (A3-115). (ISI Web of Science: cited 4 times as of 7/18/06)
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