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Amphibole fibres in Chinese chrysotile asbestos

Cancer Mortality among Workers Exposed to Amphibole-free Chrysotile Asbestos

Asbestos lung fibre concentrations in South African chrysotile mine workers

Weathering of chrysotile asbestos by the serpentine rock-inhabiting fungus Verticillium leptobactrum

Chrysotile asbestos fibers mediate transformation of Escherichia coli by exogenous plasmid DNA

Airborne Concentrations of Chrysotile Asbestos in Serpentine Quarries and Stone Processing Facilities in Valmalenco, Italy

Exposure to Chrysotile Asbestos Associated with Unpacking and Repacking Boxes of Automobile Brake Pads and Shoes

The Health Effects of Chrysotile Asbestos: Contribution of Science to Risk Management Decisions RP Nolan, AM Langer, M Ross, FJ Wicks, RF Martin (eds). Ottawa: Mineralogical Association of Canada, 2001, pp. 304, $US38. ISBN: 0-921294-41-7

Reversibility of Fibrotic Lesions in Rats Inhaling Size-Separated Chrysotile Asbestos Fibres for 2 Weeks

Role of Associated Mineral Fibres in Chrysotile Asbestos Health Effects: The Case of Balangeroite

An Exposure–Response Analysis of Respiratory Disease Risk Associated with Occupational Exposure to Chrysotile Asbestos

Malignant Mesothelioma Among Employees of a Connecticut Factory that Manufactured Friction Materials Using Chrysotile Asbestos

A Case Control Study of Lung Cancer and Exposure to Chrysotile and Amphibole at a Slovenian Asbestos-Cement Plant

Pulmonary Hyperplastic and Neoplastic Changes in Rats Treated Concurrently with Chrysotile Asbestos and N-Nitrosoheptamethyleneimine (NHMI)

ACID LEACHING STUDIES OF CHRYSOTILE ASBESTOS FORM MINES IN THE COALINGA REGION OF CALIFORNIA AND FROM QUEBEC AND BRITISH COLUMBIA

Risk of Mesothelioma Among Women Living Near Chrysotile Mines Versus US EPA Asbestos Risk Model: Preliminary Findings

Chamber for Testing Asbestos-Containing Products: Validation and Testing of a Re-created Chrysotile-Containing Joint Compound

The Health Effects of Chrysotile Asbestos. By R. P. Nolan et al. Published by Mineralogical Association of Canada, 2001. ISBN: 0‐921294‐41‐7. 304 pp. $38.00

 

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White asbestos, alleged to be less dangerous than other forms of asbestos, but incriminated in asbestosis, mesothelioma, and lung cancer.

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