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Phenolic Compounds in Particles of Mainstream Waterpipe Smoke

Mainstream Smoke Emissions of Australian and Canadian Cigarettes

The Relative Toxicity of Substituted Phenols Reported in Cigarette Mainstream Smoke

Automated Determination of Seven Phenolic Compounds in Mainstream Tobacco Smoke

UHPLC Separation with MS Analysis for Eight Carbonyl Compounds in Mainstream Tobacco Smoke

A High Throughput Method for Estimating Mouth-Level Intake of Mainstream Cigarette Smoke

Exposure to Environmental and Mainstream Tobacco Smoke and Risk of Spontaneous Abortion

Gene expression profiling in respiratory tissues from rats exposed to mainstream cigarette smoke

Assessment of tobacco-specific nitrosamines in the tobacco and mainstream smoke of Bidi cigarettes

High-Throughput Determination of Mercury in Tobacco and Mainstream Smoke from Little Cigars

Toxic Metal Concentrations in Mainstream Smoke from Cigarettes Available in the USA

Mainstream and Sidestream Cigarette Smoke Inhibit Growth and Angiogenesis in the Day 5 Chick Chorioallantoic Membrane

Chronic Inhalation Exposure to Mainstream Cigarette Smoke Increases Lung and Nasal Tumor Incidence in Rats

Estimating smokers' mouth-level exposure to select mainstream smoke constituents from discarded cigarette filter butts

Gender Differences Relative to Smoking Behavior and Emissions of Toxins From Mainstream Cigarette Smoke

Mainstream Smoke Levels of Volatile Organic Compounds in 50 U.S. Domestic Cigarette Brands Smoked With the ISO and Canadian Intense Protocols

Evaluation of the Genotoxic and Cytotoxic Potential of Mainstream Whole Smoke and Smoke Condensate from a Cigarette Containing a Novel Carbon Filter

Comparison of Particulate Dose from Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) and Mainstream Cigarette Smoke Using Radiotracers

 

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The portion of tobacco smoke directly inhaled by a smoker, as contrasted with sidestream smoke, that is not inhaled and therefore is a greater environmental pollutant. The toxic and carcinogenic ingredients of mainstream smoke enter and harm the smoker's lungs.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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