Prof. Vicki Stone
Professor of Toxicology
In vitro and in vivo toxicological analysis of particles and nanoparticles entering the body via inhalation, injection or ingestion.
Poland, C.A., Duffin, R., Kinloch, I.A., Maynard, A., Wallace, W.A.H., Seaton, A., Stone, V., Brown, S., MacNee, W., & Donaldson, K. 2008. Carbon nanotubes introduced into the abdominal cavity ofmice show asbestos-like pathogenicity in a pilot study. Nature Nanotechnology, vol. 3, no. DOI:10.1038/nnano.2008.111, pp. 423-428.
Brown, D.M., Hutchison, L., Donaldson, K., and Stone, V. 2007. The effects of PM10 particles and oxidative stress on macrophages and lung epithelial cells: modulating effects of calcium-signaling antagonists. Am.J.Physiol Lung Cell Mol.Physiol 292, L1444-L1451.
Brown, D.M., Kinloch, I.A., Bangert, U., Windle, A.H., Walter, D.M., Walker, G.S., Scotchford, C.A., Donaldson, K., and Stone, V. 2007. An in vitro study of the potential of carbon nanotubes and nanofibres to induce inflammation mediators and frustrated phagocytosis. Carbon 45, 1743-1756.
Oberdoerster, G., Stone, V., and Donaldson, K. 2007. Toxicology of nanoparticles: A historical perspective. Nanotoxicology 1, 2-25.
Stone, V., Shaw, J., Brown, D.M., MacNee, W., Faux, S.P., and Donaldson, K. 1998. The role of oxidative stress in the prolonged inhibitory effect of ultrafine carbon black on epithelial cell function. Toxicol. in Vitro, 12, 649-659.
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