Aerosols from electronic cigarettes appear cytotoxic to oral epithelial cells in vitro, according to research published in Plos One.
In laboratory experiments on cultured cells, researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles, found that toxic substances and nanoparticles in e-cigarette vapors caused 85% of the tested cells to die. They said it’s possible these substances can kill oral epithelial cells.
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