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Differential release of superoxide anions by macrophages treated with long and short fibre amosite asbestos is a consequence of differential affinity for opsonin.
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    Hill IM, Beswick PH, Donaldson K
    Differential release of superoxide anions by macrophages treated with long and short fibre amosite asbestos is a consequence of differential affinity for opsonin.

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    • First published February 1, 1995.
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    February 01, 1995

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