2. The aerodynamic behaviour and pulmonary deposition of carbon nanotubes A. Buckley, R. Smith and R Maynard;
3. Utilising the concept of the biologically effective dose to define the particle and fibre hazards of carbon nanotubes K. Donaldson, R. Duffin, F. Murphy and C. Poland;
4. CNT, biopersistence and the fibre paradigm D. Warheit and M. DeLorme;
5. Length-dependent retention of fibres in the pleural space C. Poland, F. Murphy and K. Donaldson;
6. Experimental carcinogenicity of carbon nanotubes in the context of other fibres K. Unfried;
7. Fate and effects of carbon nanotubes following inhalation J. Ryman-Rasmussen, M. Andersen and J. Bonner;
8. Responses to pulmonary exposure to carbon nanotubes V. Castranova and R. Mercer;
9. Genotoxicity of carbon nanotubes R. Schins, C. Albrecht, K. Gerloff and D. van Berlo;
10. Carbon nanotube-cellular interactions; macrophages, epithelial and mesothelial cells V. Stone, M. Boyles, A. Kermanizadeh, J. Varet and H. Johnston;
11. Systemic health effects of carbon nanotubes following inhalation J. McDonald;
12. Dosimetry and metrology of carbon nanotubes L. Tran, L. MacCalman and R. Aitken; Index.
Ken Donaldson is the Professor of Respiratory Toxicology and Scientific Director in the ELEGI Colt Laboratory, Queen's Medical Research Institute, University of Edinburgh.
Craig Poland is a Research Toxicologist within the SafeNano section of the Institute of Occupational Medicine.
Rodger Duffin University of Edinburgh.
Rodger Duffin is an MRC funded Senior Fellow in Respiratory Medicine at the Queen's Medical Research Institute, University of Edinburgh.
James Bonner North Carolina State University.
James Bonner is an Associate Professor of Toxicology at North Carolina State University.