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Cell toxicity and oxidative potential of engine exhaust particles : Impact of using particulate filter or biodiesel fuel blend. / Gerlofs-Nijland, Miriam E.; Totlandsdal, Annike I.; Tzamkiozis, Theodoros; Leseman, Daan L A C; Samaras, Zissis; Låg, Marit; Schwarze, Per; Ntziachristos, Leonidas; Cassee, Flemming R.

In: Environmental Science and Technology, Vol. 47, No. 11, 04.06.2013, p. 5931-5938.

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Gerlofs-Nijland, ME, Totlandsdal, AI, Tzamkiozis, T, Leseman, DLAC, Samaras, Z, Låg, M, Schwarze, P, Ntziachristos, L & Cassee, FR 2013, 'Cell toxicity and oxidative potential of engine exhaust particles: Impact of using particulate filter or biodiesel fuel blend', Environmental Science and Technology, vol. 47, no. 11, pp. 5931-5938. https://doi.org/10.1021/es305330y

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Gerlofs-Nijland, M. E., Totlandsdal, A. I., Tzamkiozis, T., Leseman, D. L. A. C., Samaras, Z., Låg, M., ... Cassee, F. R. (2013). Cell toxicity and oxidative potential of engine exhaust particles: Impact of using particulate filter or biodiesel fuel blend. Environmental Science and Technology, 47(11), 5931-5938. https://doi.org/10.1021/es305330y

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Gerlofs-Nijland ME, Totlandsdal AI, Tzamkiozis T, Leseman DLAC, Samaras Z, Låg M et al. Cell toxicity and oxidative potential of engine exhaust particles: Impact of using particulate filter or biodiesel fuel blend. Environmental Science and Technology. 2013 Jun 4;47(11):5931-5938. https://doi.org/10.1021/es305330y

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Gerlofs-Nijland, Miriam E. ; Totlandsdal, Annike I. ; Tzamkiozis, Theodoros ; Leseman, Daan L A C ; Samaras, Zissis ; Låg, Marit ; Schwarze, Per ; Ntziachristos, Leonidas ; Cassee, Flemming R. / Cell toxicity and oxidative potential of engine exhaust particles : Impact of using particulate filter or biodiesel fuel blend. In: Environmental Science and Technology. 2013 ; Vol. 47, No. 11. pp. 5931-5938.

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