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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Chemosensory Loss: Functional Consequences of the World Trade Center Disaster.

Relationship between exposure to dust cloud on 9/11 and (A) mean threshold (± SE) for detection of nasal irritation from n-butanol, and (B) mean (± SE) mucociliary transit time. Group 1: person was directly in the dust cloud from the collapse of the towers (n = 22); group 2: person was exposed to some/significant dust, but not in the cloud (n = 22); group 3: person was not exposed to dust (all but one was not present in lower Manhattan on 9/11 (n = 57); group 4: matched controls with no WTC exposure.

Pamela H. Dalton, et al. Environ Health Perspect. 2010 September;118(9):1251-1256.

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