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Second collection of uniform, card generated, vertically elutriated dust for interlaboratory comparison of dust endotoxin assays.
Chun-DT; Harrison-RE; Chew-V
1999 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, January 3 - 7, Orlando, FL. Memphis, TN: National Cotton Council of America, 1999 Jan; 1:129-132
Previously, an elaborate cotton blending and dust collection protocol was developed and implemented to produce "uniform", vertically elutriated dust samples which were used in a two part interlaboratory endotoxin assay study. The results generated interest in continuing further study. To satisfy this need, a second series of dust samples on two types of filters were produced from 'three sources of cotton'. A description of the cotton blending and dust collection process will be presented as will as a description of the dust samples collected.
Endotoxins; Cotton-dust; Cotton-fibers; Organic-dusts; Sampling;
Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease; Pulmonary-system-disorders
1999 Proceedings Beltwide Cotton Conferences, January 3 - 7, Orlando, FL
National Cotton Council, PO Box 820285, Memphis, TN 38182
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