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Background: Chlorine (Cl 2 )-induced lung injury is a serious public health threat that may result from industrial and household accidents. Post-Cl 2 administration of aerosolized ascorbate in rodents decreased lung injury and mortality. However, the extent to which aerosolized ascorbate augments...
Background : Macrolide antimicrobial agents are generally given by the oral route for the treatment of respiratory infections caused by pathogenic microorganisms infected in lung epithelial lining fluid (ELF) and alveolar macrophages (AMs). However, because macrolides distribute to many different...