Publications Details for:

Asthma Susceptibility to PM2.5
Grant Number R827351C003
RFA: Airborne Particulate Matter (PM) Centers (1999)
Abstract (2)
Journal Article (2)
Reference Type Citation Progress Report Year Document Sources
Abstract De Leon S, Ito K, Hsu HW, Reibman J, Thurston G. The association between ambient PM2.5 and biomarkers of airway inflammation in patients with asthma. Epidemiology 2004;15(4):S24-S25. R827351 (Final)
R827351C003 (2003)
R827351C003 (Final)
Abstract Ito K, Thurston G, Puri A, Cassino C, Rogers L, Argiriardi P, Foo FY, Reibman J. Daily PM and peak flow changes in urban adults with asthma. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine 2000;161(3):A308. R827351 (Final)
R827351C003 (2002)
R827351C003 (2003)
R827351C003 (Final)
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Journal Article Lall R, Thurston GD. Identifying and quantifying transported vs. local sources of New York City PM2.5 fine particulate matter air pollution. Atmospheric Environment 2006;40(Suppl 2):333-346. R827351 (Final)
R827351C003 (Final)
Journal Article Reibman J, Hsu Y, Chen LC, Bleck B, Gordon T. Airway epithelial cells release MIP-3α/CCL20 in response to cytokines and ambient particulate matter. American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology 2003;28(6):648-654. R827351 (2003)
R827351 (Final)
R827351C003 (2003)
R827351C003 (Final)
R827351C004 (2002)
R827351C004 (Final)