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- Accumulation of Ubiquitin and Sequestosome-1 Implicate Protein Damage in Diacetyl-Induced Cytotoxicity.
- Appeal, subjective effects, and relative reinforcing effects of JUUL that vary in flavor and nicotine content.
- Behavioral and neural responses to gustatory stimuli delivered non-contingently through intra-oral cannulas.
- Chemical Adducts of Reactive Flavor Aldehydes Formed in E-Cigarette Liquids Are Cytotoxic and Inhibit Mitochondrial Function in Respiratory Epithelial Cells.
- Combination of flavor enhancement and chemosensory education improves nutritional status in older cancer patients.
- Conditioned changes in appetitive and consummatory responses to flavors paired with oral or nutrient reinforcement among adult rats.
- Development of a citric acid aerosol as a smoking cessation aid.
- Diacetyl induces amphiregulin shedding in pulmonary epithelial cells and in experimental bronchiolitis obliterans.
- EGFR-Dependent IL8 Production by Airway Epithelial Cells After Exposure to the Food Flavoring Chemical 2,3-Butanedione.
- Electronic cigarette liquid exposure induces flavor-dependent osteotoxicity and increases expression of a key bone marker, collagen type I.
- Flavorant-Solvent Reaction Products and Menthol in JUUL E-Cigarettes and Aerosol.
- Formation of flavorant-propylene Glycol Adducts With Novel Toxicological Properties in Chemically Unstable E-Cigarette Liquids.
- Models of toxicity of diacetyl and alternative diones.
- Presence of High-Intensity Sweeteners in Popular Cigarillos of Varying Flavor Profiles.
- Proteomic Analysis of Primary Human Airway Epithelial Cells Exposed to the Respiratory Toxicant Diacetyl
- The Diacetyl-Exposed Human Airway Epithelial Secretome: New Insights into Flavoring-Induced Airways Disease.
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