Yung Sung Cheng
Yung Sung Cheng
Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute
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Literature review of Florida red tide: implications for human health effects
B Kirkpatrick, LE Fleming, D Squicciarini, LC Backer, R Clark, W Abraham, ...
Harmful algae 3 (2), 99-115, 2004
3712004
Theory of a screen-type diffusion battery
YS Cheng, HC Yeh
Journal of Aerosol Science 11 (3), 313-320, 1980
3221980
Particle deposition in a cast of human oral airways
YS Cheng, Y Zhou, BT Chen
Aerosol Science & Technology 31 (4), 286-300, 1999
2741999
Aerosol deposition in the extrathoracic region
YS Cheng
Aerosol Science & Technology 37 (8), 659-671, 2003
2092003
Recreational exposure to microcystins during algal blooms in two California lakes
LC Backer, SV McNeel, T Barber, B Kirkpatrick, C Williams, M Irvin, ...
Toxicon 55 (5), 909-921, 2010
1742010
Recreational exposure to aerosolized brevetoxins during Florida red tide events
LC Backer, LE Fleming, A Rowan, YS Cheng, J Benson, RH Pierce, ...
Harmful Algae 2 (1), 19-28, 2003
1672003
Characterization of nasal spray pumps and deposition pattern in a replica of the human nasal airway
YS Cheng, TD Holmes, J Gao, RA Guilmette, S Li, Y Surakitbanharn, ...
Journal of Aerosol Medicine 14 (2), 267-280, 2001
1572001
Review of Florida red tide and human health effects
LE Fleming, B Kirkpatrick, LC Backer, CJ Walsh, K Nierenberg, J Clark, ...
Harmful algae 10 (2), 224-233, 2011
1452011
Theory and calibration of a screen-type diffusion battery
YS Cheng, JA Keating, GM Kanapilly
Journal of aerosol science 11 (5-6), 549-556, 1980
1431980
Pulmonary toxicity of inhaled diesel exhaust and carbon black in chronically exposed rats. Part I: Neoplastic and nonneoplastic lung lesions.
JL Mauderly, MB Snipes, EB Barr, SA Belinsky, JA Bond, AL Brooks, ...
Research Report (Health Effects Institute), 1-75; discussion 77, 1994
1391994
In vivo measurements of nasal airway dimensions and ultrafine aerosol deposition in the human nasal and oral airways
KH Cheng, YS Cheng, HC Yeh, RA Guilmette, SQ Simpson, YH Yang, ...
Journal of Aerosol Science 27 (5), 785-801, 1996
1381996
Airflow and deposition of nano-particles in a human nasal cavity
P Zamankhan, G Ahmadi, Z Wang, PK Hopke, YS Cheng, WC Su, ...
Aerosol science and technology 40 (6), 463-476, 2006
1362006
Aerosolized red-tide toxins (brevetoxins) and asthma
LE Fleming, B Kirkpatrick, LC Backer, JA Bean, A Wanner, A Reich, ...
Chest 131 (1), 187-194, 2007
1302007
Initial evaluation of the effects of aerosolized Florida red tide toxins (brevetoxins) in persons with asthma
LE Fleming, B Kirkpatrick, LC Backer, JA Bean, A Wanner, D Dalpra, ...
Environmental Health Perspectives 113 (5), 650-657, 2005
1292005
Characterization of marine aerosol for assessment of human exposure to brevetoxins
YS Cheng, Y Zhou, CM Irvin, RH Pierce, J Naar, LC Backer, LE Fleming, ...
Environmental health perspectives 113 (5), 638-643, 2005
1272005
Occupational exposure to aerosolized brevetoxins during Florida red tide events: effects on a healthy worker population
LC Backer, B Kirkpatrick, LE Fleming, YS Cheng, R Pierce, JA Bean, ...
Environmental Health Perspectives 113 (5), 644-649, 2005
1232005
Particle bounce in cascade impactors.
YS Cheng, HC Yeh
Environmental Science & Technology 13 (11), 1392-1396, 1979
1231979
Brevetoxin concentrations in marine aerosol: human exposure levels during a Karenia brevis harmful algal bloom
RH Pierce, MS Henry, PC Blum, J Lyons, YS Cheng, D Yazzie, Y Zhou
Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology 70 (1), 161, 2003
1202003
Diffusional deposition of ultrafine aerosols in a human nasal cast
YS Cheng, Y Yamada, HC Yeh, DL Swift
Journal of Aerosol Science 19 (6), 741-751, 1988
1201988
Brevetoxin composition in water and marine aerosol along a Florida beach: Assessing potential human exposure to marine biotoxins
RH Pierce, MS Henry, PC Blum, SL Hamel, B Kirkpatrick, YS Cheng, ...
Harmful algae 4 (6), 965-972, 2005
1132005
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