Data from: Transcriptional profiling of the murine airway response to acute ozone exposure

Adelaide Tovar, Gregory J. Smith, Joseph M. Thomas, Wesley L. Crouse, Jack R. Harkema & Samir N. P. Kelada
Ambient ozone (O3) exposure has serious consequences on respiratory health, including airway inflammation and injury. Decades of research have yielded thorough descriptions of these outcomes; however, less is known about the molecular processes that drive them. The aim of this study was to further describe the cellular and molecular responses to O3 exposure in murine airways, with a particular focus on transcriptional responses in two critical compartments: conducting airways (CA) and airway macrophages (AM). After...
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