T. Schneider, A. Elamin, A.R. Iskandar, F. Zanetti, C. Merg, A. Sewer, B. Titz, P. Leroy, E. Guedj, S. Majeed, L. Ortega-Torres, W. Schlage, C. Mathis, F. Martin, S. Frentzel, N. V. Ivanov, M.C. Peitsch, J. Hoeng
Philip Morris International R&D, Philip Morris Products S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 5, 2000 Neuchâtel, Switzerland (Part of Philip Morris International group of companies)
The objectives of this study included to demonstrate robustness and reproducibility of systems biology data obtained from an organotypic in vitro nasal culture model for cigarette smoke and aerosol exposure assessment. Cellular stress and pro-inflammatory responses were investigated on the primary nasal epithelial cells of a non-smoker.