Biological effects of chromium and ferrochrome alloys.
Department of Environmental Health, College of Medicine, University of Cincinnati 1971 Aug; :1-79
Results are presented of a research program regarding the biological effects of trivalent chromium (7440473) and ferrochrome alloys. The following topics were investigated: solubility of trivalent chromium dust; interaction of chromium with human protein; transport of chromium by different types of tissues; subcellular distribution of chromium; exposure system for inhalation of chromium-oxide; pulmonary effects of chromium-oxide; pulmonary cell separation; and effect of suboptimal intake of chromium.
NIOSH-Publication; Toxicology; Metal-poisoning; Heavy-metals; Chromium-poisoning; Metallic-dusts; Chemical-properties; Biochemical-reactions; Body-distribution; Metalloproteins; Tissue-distribution; Dust-inhalation; Respiratory-functions; Lung-disorders; Respiratory-system-disorders; Chromium-alloys
Environmental Health University of Cincinnati Kettering Laboratory Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
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Department of Environmental Health, College of Medicine, University of Cincinnati
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio