/chryso·tile/ (kris´o-tīl) the most widely used form of asbestos, a gray-green magnesium silicate in the serpentine class of asbestos; its dust may cause asbestosis or, rarely, mesotheliomas or other lung cancers.
To investigate whether chrysotile induces phosphorylation of H2AX in MEF cells, we exposed cultures to either a 1- or 2-[micro]g/[cm.
In an effort to understand the molecular mechanisms involved in the intra-chromosomal deletions induced by chrysotile in the present model, we compared mutation patterns between chrysotile asbestos and ROS.
The biopersistence of Canadian chrysotile asbestos following inhalation.
Persistence of long, thin chrysotile asbestos fibers in the lungs of rats.