Characterization of Electronic Cigarette Aerosol and Its Induction of Oxidative Stress Response in Oral Keratinocytes

Characterization of Electronic Cigarette Aerosol and Its

EC aerosol-induced oxidative stress response and cytotoxicity in oral epithelial cells. In vitro analysis of EC aerosol-treated NHOKs show that EC aerosols are capable of inducing oxidative stress as indicated by significant decrease of intracellular glutathione (GSH) levels .

Published in: PLOS ONE · 2016Authors: Eoon Hye Ji · Bingbing Sun · Tongke Zhao · Tongke Zhao · Shi Shu · Chong Hyun Ch…Affiliation: University of California Los Angeles · Peking UniversityAbout: Nanoparticle · Cytotoxicity · Particle size · Oxidative stress

Characterization of Electronic Cigarette Aerosol and Its

EC aerosol-induced oxidative stress response and cytotoxicity in oral epithelial cells In vitro analysis of EC aerosol-treated NHOKs show that EC aerosols are capable of inducing oxidative stress as indicated by significant decrease of intracellular glutathione (GSH) levels ( Fig 5A ).

Characterization of Electronic Cigarette Aerosol and Its

Characterization of Electronic Cigarette Aerosol and Its Induction of Oxidative Stress Response in Oral Keratinocytes. Eoon Hye Ji, Bingbing Sun, Tongke Zhao, Shi Shu, Chong Hyun Chang, Diana Messadi, Tian Xia, Yifang Zhu, Shen Hu

Characterization of Electronic Cigarette Aerosol and Its

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Characterization of Electronic Cigarette Aerosol and Its Induction of Oxidative Stress Response in Oral Keratinocytes (2016) Abstract In this study, we have generated and characterized Electronic

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Sympathomimetic Effects of Acute E‐Cigarette Use: Role of

BackgroundChronic electronic (e) cigarette users have increased resting cardiac sympathetic nerve activity and increased susceptibility to oxidative stress. The purpose of the present study is to determine the role of nicotine versus non‐nicotine constituents in e‐cigarette emissions in causing these pathologies in otherwise healthy humans.

Cardiac Sympathetic Activity in Electronic Cigarette Users

Findings In this cross-sectional case-control study of 42 otherwise healthy habitual electronic cigarette users and nonuser control individuals, heart rate variability was shifted toward increased sympathetic predominance, with the low frequency to high frequency ratio significantly increased. Furthermore, low-density lipoprotein oxidizability, which is a measure of oxidative stress, was significantly increased in …

Potential Effects of E-cigarette Aerosols on Oral Tissue

The article is titled: Characterization of Electronic Cigarette Aerosol and Its Induction of Oxidative Stress Response in Oral Keratinocytes Read the article here (PDF) Dr. Diana Messadi is Chair of the Section of Oral Medicine & Orofacial Pain and Associate Dean for Education and Faculty Development at the UCLA School of Dentistry.

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Observational studies also are needed to address the long-term effects on the oral health of adolescents and young adults who initiate e-cigarette use and to determine if e-cigarette aerosol can increase prevalence of periodontal disease in non-smokers.

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