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Cardiovascular Responses to Particulate Exposure
Grant Number R830838
RFA: Airborne Particulate Matter Health Effects: Cardiovascular Mechanisms (2002)
Journal Article (3)
Presentation (2)
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Journal Article Kim JY, Prouty LA, Fang SC, Rodrigues EG, Magari SR, Modest GA, Christiani DC. Association between fine particulate matter and oxidative DNA damage may be modified in individuals with hypertension. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2009;51(10):1158-1166. R830838 (2007)
Journal Article Lee MS, Eum KD, Fang SC, Rodrigues EG, Modest GA, Christiani DC. Oxidative stress and systemic inflammation as modifiers of cardiac autonomic responses to particulate air pollution. International Journal of Cardiology 2014;176(1):166-170. R830838 (2007)
Journal Article Lee MS, Eum KD, Rodrigues EG, Magari SR, Fang SC, Modest GA, Christiani DC. Effects of personal exposure to ambient fine particulate matter on acute change in nocturnal heart rate variability in subjects without overt heart disease. American Journal of Cardiology 2016;117(1):151-156. R830838 (2007)
Presentation Kim JY, Fang S, Rodrigues E, Prouty L, Magari S, Modest G, Christiani D. Association between fine particulate matter and oxidative DNA damage may be modified in potentially susceptible populations. Presented at the EPA Science Forum, Washington, DC, May 16-18, 2006. R830838 (2005)
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Presentation Kim JY, Fang SC, Rodrigues EG, Prouty LA, Magari SR, Christiani DC. High blood pressure may modify the association between fine particulate matter and urinary 8-hydroxy-2-deoxyguanosine. Presented at the American Thoracic Society 2006 International Conference, San Diego, CA, May 19-24, 2006. R830838 (2005)
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