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Why does the hemolytic activity of silica predict its pro-inflammatory activity?

Bibliographic reference Pavan, Cristina ; Rabolli, Virginie ; Tomatis, Maura ; Fubini, Bice ; Lison, Dominique. Why does the hemolytic activity of silica predict its pro-inflammatory activity?. In: Particle and Fibre Toxicology, Vol. 11, no.1, p. 76 (2014)
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