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Additional Information and References

The field of nanotechnology is rapidly evolving. The following entities provide additional information regarding the research efforts underway by governmental agencies and other institutions to fill in knowledge gaps.


References:

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Daigle CC, Chalupa DC, Gibb FRMorrow PE, Oberdorster G, Utell MJ, Frampton MW [2003]. Ultrafine particle deposition in humans during rest and exercise. Inhalation Toxicol 15(6):539-552.

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