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Alternative complement pathway deficiency ameliorates chronic smoke-induced functional and morphological ocular injury.
Cigarette smoke extract stimulates interleukin-8 production in human airway epithelium and is attenuated by superoxide dismutase in vitro.
Murine complement deficiency ameliorates acute cigarette smoke-induced nasal damage.
Tobacco Smoke Pollution
Cigarette smoke exposure is associated with vitamin D3 deficiencies in patients with chronic rhinosinusitis.
Smoke exposure causes endoplasmic reticulum stress and lipid accumulation in retinal pigment epithelium through oxidative stress and complement activation.
A Targeted Inhibitor of the Alternative Complement Pathway Accelerates Recovery From Smoke-Induced Ocular Injury.
Impact of tobacco smoke on upper airway dendritic cell accumulation and regulation by sinonasal epithelial cells.
Smoking-induced control of miR-133a-3p alters the expression of EGFR and HuR in HPV-infected oropharyngeal cancer.
Immunization Against Oxidized Elastin Exacerbates Structural and Functional Damage in Mouse Model of Smoke-Induced Ocular Injury.