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||"... the case of Streptococcus
Group C bacteria, which show[s] an inhalation LD50 in mice of
200 when carried on particles with da = 2 µm, compared with
an inhalation LD50 of 20×10^6 when carried on particles with
da = 12µm (primary source)."