Plasma fibronectin, leucocyte elastase and metalloendopeptidase elastase type (EC 24 11) in coal mine workers as putative biological markers of pneumoconiosis

Abstract : Coal worker:, pneumoconiosis (CWP) is a lung disorder that becomes manifest after several decades of exposure to coal mine dust and is commonly detected and classified using chest radiograms. Experimental animal and clinical research continue to find new immunological, biochemical and molecular biology based factors involved in interstitial lung diseases and generate new methods to measure early adverse effects of inorganic dust exposure
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C. Lafuma, R. El Nabout, Guy Auburtin, Patrick Sebastien, Jean-Marc Porcher. Plasma fibronectin, leucocyte elastase and metalloendopeptidase elastase type (EC 24 11) in coal mine workers as putative biological markers of pneumoconiosis. 8. International Conference on Occupational Lung Diseases, Sep 1992, Prague, Czech Republic. pp.806-811. ⟨ineris-00969612⟩

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