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Chemical Tobacco Smoke Pollution

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  Reference Exposure Stressor Number of Receptors Receptors Receptor Notes Medium Exposure Marker Marker Level Measurement Statistic Assay Notes Country Outcome Relationship Disease Phenotype
1. Vinnikov D, et al. (2010). Tobacco Smoke Pollution air Nicotine 8.86 micrograms per cubic meter 75th percentile air nicotine Kyrgyzstan
2. Flouris AD, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 15 Study subjects Active smokers Greece positive correlation abnormal respiratory gaseous exchange
3. Moore GF, et al. (2012). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 10,867 Children saliva Cotinine >0.5 nanograms per milliliter Third tertile Ireland
4. Wipfli H, et al. (2008). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Children >=20 cigarettes smoked per day among respondants who smoked in household air Nicotine 0.34 micrograms per cubic meter geometric mean meta-analysis of 30 countries (Americas, Europe, Middle East and Asia) Argentina|Armenia|Brazil|Cambodia|China|Dominican Republic|Egypt|Georgia|Guatemala|Hong Kong|India|Indonesia|Latvia|Malaysia|Mexico|Nepal|Panama|Peru|Philippines|Poland|Romania|Russian Federation|Syrian Arab Republic|Taiwan, Province of China|Thailand|Turkey|Ukraine|Uruguay|Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of|Vietnam
5. Pirkle JL, et al. (2006). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 1,773 Children serum Cotinine 0.107 nanograms per milliliter 50th percentile United States
6. Pirkle JL, et al. (2006). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 1,065 Children serum Cotinine 0.489 nanograms per milliliter 75th percentile United States
7. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects blood Lead 2.18 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
8. Mucha AP, et al. (2006). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Children air Benzo(a)pyrene 18.8 nanograms per cubic meter maximum Ukraine
9. Yang T, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 432 Study subjects Exposed to secondhand smoke in general, Time 2 Tobacco Smoke Pollution China
10. Wipfli H, et al. (2008). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects 1 smoker in household hair Nicotine 0.45 nanograms per milligram geometric mean meta-analysis of 30 countries (Americas, Europe, Middle East and Asia) Argentina|Armenia|Brazil|Cambodia|China|Dominican Republic|Egypt|Georgia|Guatemala|Hong Kong|India|Indonesia|Latvia|Malaysia|Mexico|Nepal|Panama|Peru|Philippines|Poland|Romania|Russian Federation|Syrian Arab Republic|Taiwan, Province of China|Thailand|Turkey|Ukraine|Uruguay|Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of|Vietnam
11. Yang T, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 448 Study subjects Exposed to secondhand smoke at schools, Time 2 Tobacco Smoke Pollution China
12. Rachiotis G, et al. (2010). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 5,179 Children Tobacco Smoke Pollution Exposure both home and outside of home Greece
13. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects with lower secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.33 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
14. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 4,538 Children blood Lead 1.18 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
15. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 4,955 Study subjects blood Lead 1.42 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
16. Gustavsen MW, et al. (2014). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 1,448 Controls for disease:Multiple Sclerosis Norway positive correlation Multiple Sclerosis
17. Gu D, et al. (2004). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 14,596,000 Study subjects China
18. Baheiraei A, et al. (2014). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 40 Mothers not exposed to cigarette smoke in the home milk, human Cotinine 0.84 nanograms per deciliter mean 4 months after delivery Iran, Islamic Republic of
19. Bloom MS, et al. (2014). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 300 Subjects with disease:Abortion, Spontaneous Pregnant females exposed to low-moderate level drinking water inorganic arsenic contamination Romania prediction/hypothesis Abortion, Spontaneous
20. Joubert BR, et al. (2012). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 1,062 Infants or newborns potential in utero exposure from maternal smoking blood, cord CYP1A1 differential DNA methylation Norway
21. Li YF, et al. (2014). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 218 Subjects with gene influence:ICAM1 school children in grades 1-6 Taiwan, Province of China positive correlation Asthma
22. Pirkle JL, et al. (2006). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 3,497 Study subjects serum Cotinine 0.034 nanograms per milliliter 50th percentile United States
23. Pirkle JL, et al. (2006). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 1,557 Study subjects serum Cotinine 0.13 nanograms per milliliter 50th percentile United States
24. Pirkle JL, et al. (2006). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 1,850 Study subjects serum Cotinine 3.46 nanograms per milliliter 95th percentile United States
25. Hedström AK, et al. (2014). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 1,931 Controls for disease:Multiple Sclerosis subjects exposed to passive smoking Sweden positive correlation Multiple Sclerosis
26. Yang T, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 575 Study subjects Exposed to secondhand smoke at healthcare facilities, Time 1 Tobacco Smoke Pollution China
27. Wipfli H, et al. (2008). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Children 0 smokers in household hair Nicotine 0.26 nanograms per milligram geometric mean meta-analysis of 30 countries (Americas, Europe, Middle East and Asia) Argentina|Armenia|Brazil|Cambodia|China|Dominican Republic|Egypt|Georgia|Guatemala|Hong Kong|India|Indonesia|Latvia|Malaysia|Mexico|Nepal|Panama|Peru|Philippines|Poland|Romania|Russian Federation|Syrian Arab Republic|Taiwan, Province of China|Thailand|Turkey|Ukraine|Uruguay|Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of|Vietnam
28. Baheiraei A, et al. (2014). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 40 Mothers not exposed to cigarette smoke in the home milk, human Cotinine 1.32 nanograms per deciliter mean baseline value Iran, Islamic Republic of
29. Zhu X, et al. (2016). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 206 Study subjects urine 2-hydroxyfluorene 0.0008 micromoles per millimole creatinine 25th percentile China
30. Mucha AP, et al. (2006). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Children air pyrene 7.6 nanograms per cubic meter mean Ukraine
31. de Jong K, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 7,149 Study subjects workplace exposure Netherlands positive correlation abnormal regulation of respiratory gaseous exchange
32. Mucha AP, et al. (2006). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 15 Children smokers present in the home urine 1-hydroxypyrene 0.83 micromoles per mole creatinine mean Ukraine
33. Peters KO, et al. (2017). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 63 Children smoking in the home air, indoor Nicotine 0.02 micrograms per cubic meter minimum smoking household United States
34. Antoniewicz L, et al. (2016). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects plasma Cotinine 14.2 nanograms per milliliter 75th percentile Sweden
35. Peters KO, et al. (2017). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 118 Children air, indoor Nicotine 0.005 micrograms per cubic meter minimum United States
36. Wipfli H, et al. (2008). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Children <10 cigarettes smoked per day among respondants who smoked in household air Nicotine 0.07 micrograms per cubic meter geometric mean meta-analysis of 30 countries (Americas, Europe, Middle East and Asia) Argentina|Armenia|Brazil|Cambodia|China|Dominican Republic|Egypt|Georgia|Guatemala|Hong Kong|India|Indonesia|Latvia|Malaysia|Mexico|Nepal|Panama|Peru|Philippines|Poland|Romania|Russian Federation|Syrian Arab Republic|Taiwan, Province of China|Thailand|Turkey|Ukraine|Uruguay|Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of|Vietnam
37. Pirkle JL, et al. (2006). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 1,303 Study subjects serum Cotinine 0.493 nanograms per milliliter 75th percentile United States
38. Gu D, et al. (2004). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 117,060,000 Study subjects Home China
39. Braun JM, et al. (2008). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 573 Children serum Cotinine <0.015 nanograms per milliliter first quintile United States
40. Zhu X, et al. (2016). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 206 Study subjects urine 1-hydroxypyrene 0.0017 micromoles per millimole creatinine 25th percentile China
41. Moore GF, et al. (2012). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 10,867 Children saliva Cotinine 0-0.1 nanograms per milliliter First tertile Ireland
42. Pirkle JL, et al. (2006). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 2,871 Study subjects serum Cotinine 3.08 nanograms per milliliter 95th percentile United States
43. Yolton K, et al. (2005). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Children from Northeast serum Cotinine 0.2 nanograms per milliliter geometric mean United States
44. Hedström AK, et al. (2014). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 785 Subjects with gene influence:HLA-DRB1 subjects exposed to passive smoking Sweden positive correlation Multiple Sclerosis
45. Wipfli H, et al. (2008). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Children 2 smokers in household air Nicotine 0.3 micrograms per cubic meter geometric mean meta-analysis of 30 countries (Americas, Europe, Middle East and Asia) Argentina|Armenia|Brazil|Cambodia|China|Dominican Republic|Egypt|Georgia|Guatemala|Hong Kong|India|Indonesia|Latvia|Malaysia|Mexico|Nepal|Panama|Peru|Philippines|Poland|Romania|Russian Federation|Syrian Arab Republic|Taiwan, Province of China|Thailand|Turkey|Ukraine|Uruguay|Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of|Vietnam
46. Wipfli H, et al. (2008). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Children no policy restricting smoking in household air Nicotine 0.15 micrograms per cubic meter geometric mean meta-analysis of 30 countries (Americas, Europe, Middle East and Asia) Argentina|Armenia|Brazil|Cambodia|China|Dominican Republic|Egypt|Georgia|Guatemala|Hong Kong|India|Indonesia|Latvia|Malaysia|Mexico|Nepal|Panama|Peru|Philippines|Poland|Romania|Russian Federation|Syrian Arab Republic|Taiwan, Province of China|Thailand|Turkey|Ukraine|Uruguay|Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of|Vietnam
47. Pirkle JL, et al. (2006). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 1,926 Study subjects serum Cotinine 1.85 nanograms per milliliter 95th percentile United States
48. Zhu X, et al. (2016). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 206 Study subjects urine 2-hydroxyfluorene 0.0017 micromoles per millimole creatinine 75th percentile China
49. Yolton K, et al. (2005). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Children received care in neonatal intensive care unit serum Cotinine 0.3 nanograms per milliliter geometric mean United States
50. Gu D, et al. (2004). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 48,533,000 Study subjects Home China
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