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Through this library you can find an extensive list of British American Tobacco's peer-reviewed publications.

We have also included a selection of our recent posters, presentations, conference abstracts and scientific methods that are relevant to the content of this website and that have not typically been subject to external scientific peer-review.

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Behrsing, H. P., Haswell, L. E., Hilberer, A. M., Sheehan, D. W., Sly, E. A., Gaca, M. D., Raabe, H. A
Society of Toxicology (SOT)
EFFECT OF ACCLIMATION CONDITIONS ON 3D HUMAN IN VITRO ALI AIRWAY MODELS: EXPOSURE-INDUCED; INFLAMMATORY RESPONSE AND SAMPLING LOCATION-SPECIFIC RESULTS
2016
Effect of Acclimation Conditions on 3D Human in vitro ALI Airway Models: Exposure-induced Inflammatory Response and Sampling Location-specific Results
Banerjee, A., Waters, D., Camacho, O. M., Minet, E.
Society of Toxicology (SOT)
QUANTIFICATION OF PLASMA MIRNAS IN A GROUP OF HEALTHY SMOKERS, EX-SMOKERS AND NON-SMOKERS AND CORRELATION TO BIOMARKERS OF TOBACCO EXPOSURE
2016
Quantification of plasma miRNAs in a group of healthy smokers, ex-smokers and non-smokers and correlation to biomarkers of tobacco exposure
McAdam, K. G., Margham, J., Wright, C., Mariner, D. , Forster, M, Murphy, J., Liu, C., Proctor, C.
Society of Toxicology (SOT)
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF AN E-CIGARETTE AEROSOL – A QUANTITATIVE COMPARISON WITH CIGARETTE SMOKE
2016
Chemical Composition Of An E-cigarette Aerosol – A Quantitative Comparison With Cigarette Smoke
Meredith, C., Fiebelkorn, S., Cunningham, F. H.
Society of Toxiology (SOT)
COMBINED INCREMENTAL LIFETIME CANCER RISK (ILCR) FOR NITROSAMINES PRESENT IN TOBACCO SMOKE
2016
Combined incremental lifetime cancer risk (ILCR) for nitrosamines present in tobacco smoke
Banerjee, A., Haswell, L., Baxter, A., Parmar, A., Azzopardi, D., Corke, S., Thorne, D., Adamson, J., Gaca, M., Minet, E
Society of Toxicology (SOT)
DIFFERENTIAL GENE EXPRESSION USING RNA-SEQ PROFILING IN A RECONSTITUTED AIRWAY EPITHELIUM, MUCILAIR™, EXPOSED TO CONVENTIONAL OR ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES AEROSOLS
2016
Differential gene expression using RNA-seq profiling in a reconstituted airway epithelium, MucilAir™, exposed to conventional or electronic cigarettes aerosols
Thorne, D., Larard, S., Garcia-Canton, C., Meredith, C., Gaca, M. D.
Society of Toxicology (SOT)
THE ASSESSMENT OF ΓH2AX INDUCTION FROM CONVENTIONAL AND ELECTRONIC CIGARETTE AEROSOLS
2016
The assessment of γH2AX induction from conventional and electronic cigarette aerosols
Dalrymple, A., Ordonez, P., Thorne, D., Camacho, O. M., Buttner, A., Dillon, D., Meredith, C.
Society of Toxicology (SOT)
CAN EX VIVO GENOTOXIC ENDPOINTS COMPLEMENT RESPIRATORY TRACT PATHOLOGY FOLLOWING 3 AND 6 WEEK CIGARETTE SMOKE EXPOSURE?
2016
Can ex vivo genotoxic endpoints complement respiratory tract pathology following 3 and 6 week cigarette smoke exposure?
McAdam, K. G., Margham, J., Wright, C., Mariner, D., Forster, M., Liu, C., Gaca, M., Proctor, C.
Society of Toxicology (SOT)
TOXICANTS IN E-CIGARETTE AEROSOLS—A QUANTITATIVE SURVEY AND COMPARISON WITH CIGARETTE SMOKE
2016
Toxicants in E-Cigarette Aerosols—A Quantitative Survey and Comparison with Cigarette Smoke
Constant, S., Frentzel, S., Gaca, M., Grandolfo, D., Haswell, L., Hoeng, J., Huang, S., Leroy, P., Luettich, K., Minet, E., Monachino, M., Trivedi, K., Wiszniewski, L.
Society of Toxicology (SOT)
EVALUATION OF RECONSTITUTED HUMAN BRONCHIAL EPITHELIUM (MUCILAIR™) SUITABILITY FOR REPEATED DOSE TESTING
2016
Evaluation of reconstituted human bronchial epithelium (MucilAir™) suitability for repeated dose testing
Minet, E., Kaluarachchi, M., Boulange, C., Garcia Perez, I., Lindon, J.
Society of Toxicology (SOT)
A MULTIPLATFORM METABOLIC PHENOTYPING APPROACH INTEGRATED WITH PATHWAY MAPPING TO IDENTIFY BIOCHEMICAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HEALTHY SMOKERS AND NON-SMOKERS
2016
A multiplatform metabolic phenotyping approach integrated with pathway mapping to identify biochemical differences between healthy smokers and non-smokers
 
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