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Who We Fund: Publication Detail

Project Title: MULTISCALE MODELING OF LUNG DISEASE-INFLUENCED AEROSOL DOSIMETRY
PI: Darquenne, Chantal
Institution: University Of California, San Diego
Grant Number: U01ES028669

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Publication Title Authors Grant Number(s) Journal (Pub date) PubMed Link Pub Year
Heterogeneity in lobar and near-acini deposition of inhaled aerosol in the mouse lung.   Gu, W; Darquenne, C U01ES028669 J Aerosol Sci (2021 Jan) 32921804 Exiting the NIEHS site 2021 
Innovative preclinical models for pulmonary drug delivery research.   Ehrmann, Stephan; Schmid, Otmar; Darquenne, Chantal; Rothen-Rutishauser, Barbara; Sznitman, Jos ... U01ES028669 Expert Opin Drug Deliv (2020 04) 32057260 Exiting the NIEHS site 2020 
The Effect of Aging on Aerosol Bolus Deposition in the Healthy Adult Lung: A 19-Year Longitudinal St ...   Darquenne, Chantal; Prisk, G Kim U01ES028669 J Aerosol Med Pulm Drug Deliv (2020 06) 31613688 Exiting the NIEHS site 2020 
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