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  1. CORESTA Congress, Kyoto, 2004, SS 09

    Smoking behaviour and smoke exposure : comparison of full flavour and light cigarette smokers

    MARCHAND V.; DELARUE-VARIGNON B.; TESSIER C.; CHABRILLAT N.; FRETEY D.; CAHOURS X.
    Altadis Research Centre, Fleury-les-Aubrais, France
    We published last year results indicating that under natural conditions, the total smoke exposure decreased for smokers switching from a full flavour brand to the light corresponding brand. The amount of the decrease was then concordant with the...
  2. CORESTA Meeting, Smoke Science/Product Technology, Freiburg, 2003, ST 39

    Assessment of tar and nicotine yields obtained under natural conditions by smokers. Comparison of several groups of usual smokers

    MARCHAND V.; DELARUE B.; TESSIER C.; CHABRILLAT N.; FRETEY D.; CAHOURS X.; DUMÉRY B.
    Altadis - Imperial Tobacco Group, Research Center, Fleury les Aubrais, France
    We previously published results indicating that under natural conditions, smokers of superlight cigarettes produced on average less tar and nicotine than smokers of full flavour cigarettes, even if the ratio between the two groups was lower than...
  3. CORESTA Meeting, Smoke Science/Product Technology, Freiburg, 2003, ST 41

    Effects of middle-term switching from a full flavour to a light flavour brand on the smoking behaviour and on smoker's biomarkers of exposure

    DELARUE B.; TESSIER C.; CHABRILLAT N.; FRETEY D.; CAHOURS X.; DUMÉRY B.; MARCHAND V.
    Altadis - Imperial Tobacco Group, Research Center, Fleury les Aubrais, France
    Because the field of knowledge concerning the benefit for health to smoke lighter cigarettes is not very large, we wanted to look at the changes that may occur in the smoker behaviour after switching to lighter cigarettes, and to follow this...
  4. CORESTA Meeting, Smoke Science/Product Technology, Freiburg, 2003, ST 43

    Determining the nicotine and cotinine in saliva using automated column-switching high-performance liquid chromatography

    CAHOURS X.; CHABRILLAT N.; DUBOIS M.; DUMÉRY B.; MARCHAND V.
    Altadis - Imperial Tobacco Group, Research Center, Fleury les Aubrais, France
    The determination, of nicotine and its metabolite, cotinine, in saliva, is very often used to estimate active smoking behavior. However, the proposed methods are often expensive, time consuming and work intensive. Indeed, in the case of biofluids...