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Chemical Tobacco Smoke Pollution

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1–50 of 808 results.
  Reference Exposure Stressor Number of Receptors Receptors Receptor Notes Medium Exposure Marker Marker Level Measurement Statistic Assay Notes Country Outcome Relationship Disease Phenotype
1. Pirkle JL, et al. (2006). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 1,902 Children serum Cotinine 0.051 nanograms per milliliter 50th percentile United States
2. Wei B, et al. (2016). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 216 Workers Science and education occupation serum Cotinine 0.033 nanograms per milliliter least squares geometric mean United States
3. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects with lower secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
4. Li YF, et al. (2014). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 877 Children school children in grades 1-6 Taiwan, Province of China
5. Braun JM, et al. (2010). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 338 Pregnant females serum Cotinine <LOD minimum United States
6. Wipfli H, et al. (2008). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Children 1 smoker in household hair Nicotine 0.68 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
7. Zhu X, et al. (2016). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 206 Study subjects urine 1-hydroxypyrene 0.0036 micromoles per millimole creatinine 75th percentile China
8. Breton CV, et al. (2014). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 65 Children exposed to maternal smoking during pregnancy blood cell C11ORF52 2% increase in mean CpG methylation United States positive correlation increased DNA methylation on cytosine within a CG sequence
9. Pirkle JL, et al. (2006). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 1,850 Study subjects serum Cotinine 1.16 nanograms per milliliter 75th percentile United States
10. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Children children with lower secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.2 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
11. Braun JM, et al. (2010). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 331 Infants or newborns meconium Nicotine 301 nanograms per gram maximum United States
12. Peters KO, et al. (2017). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 55 Children no smoking in the home air, indoor Nicotine 1.36 micrograms per cubic meter 95th percentile non-smoking household United States
13. Perera F, et al. (2008). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 110 Infants or newborns Newborns born prior to shutdown of power plant Tobacco Smoke Pollution 0 hours per day minimum China
14. Goniewicz ML, et al. (2011). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 228 Study subjects passive smokers urine 4-(methylnitrosamino)-1-(3-pyridyl)-1-butan-1-ol 0.31 picograms per milliliter minimum Mexico|Poland|United States
15. Wipfli H, et al. (2008). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Children 3 smokers share child's bedroom hair Nicotine 1.91 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
16. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects without secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.6 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
17. Rosen L, et al. (2015). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 81 Study subjects 27 family households composed of two parents (at least one of whom is a smoker) and one child air Particulate Matter 0.022 micrograms per cubic meter mean Israel
18. Wei B, et al. (2016). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 632 Workers Blue collar occupation serum Cotinine 0.033 nanograms per milliliter least squares geometric mean United States
19. Sims M, et al. (2012). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 27,420 Study subjects no smoker in the home most days saliva Cotinine 0.17 nanograms per milliliter geometric mean United Kingdom
20. Gu D, et al. (2004). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 4,600,000 Study subjects China
21. Pirkle JL, et al. (2006). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 2,798 Study subjects serum Cotinine 0.755 nanograms per milliliter 90th percentile United States
22. Pirkle JL, et al. (2006). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 1,303 Study subjects serum Cotinine 1.39 nanograms per milliliter 90th percentile United States
23. Pedersen M, et al. (2012). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 972 Pregnant females blood, cord Ethylene Oxide 8.9 picomoles per gram hemoglobin median Denmark|Greece|Norway|Spain|United Kingdom
24. Pirkle JL, et al. (2006). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 3,052 Study subjects serum Cotinine 0.63 nanograms per milliliter 90th percentile United States
25. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects without secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.22 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
26. Pirkle JL, et al. (2006). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 1,850 Study subjects serum Cotinine 0.458 nanograms per milliliter 50th percentile United States
27. Strohsnitter WC, et al. (2008). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 1,802 Study subjects United States positive correlation menopause
28. Zhang Y, et al. (2014). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 1,594 Study subjects males only leukocyte F2RL3 0.77 methylation intensity median methylation was lower among men than women Germany
29. Yang T, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 448 Study subjects Exposed to secondhand smoke at schools, pre-intervention of smoke-free regulations in public places Tobacco Smoke Pollution China
30. Gu D, et al. (2004). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 282,892,000 Study subjects China
31. Mucha AP, et al. (2006). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 29 Children smokers present in the home urine 1-hydroxypyrene 0.61 micromoles per mole creatinine mean Ukraine
32. Braun JM, et al. (2008). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 664 Children serum Cotinine 0.038-0.126 nanograms per milliliter third quintile United States
33. Zhang Y, et al. (2014). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 1,994 Study subjects females only leukocyte F2RL3 0.8 methylation intensity median methylation was lower among men than women Germany
34. Joubert BR, et al. (2012). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 1,062 Infants or newborns potential in utero exposure from maternal smoking blood, cord HLA-DPB2 differential DNA methylation Norway
35. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects without secondhand smoke exposure, below the poverty to income ratio blood Lead 1.3 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
36. Pirkle JL, et al. (2006). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 1,839 Children serum Cotinine 3.33 nanograms per milliliter 95th percentile United States
37. Lai PS, et al. (2016). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 464 Workers China positive correlation Lung Diseases
38. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Children children without secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 0.78 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
39. Wipfli H, et al. (2008). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Children Living with smoker hair Nicotine 0.5 nanograms per milligram median meta-analysis of 9 countries (Latin America) Argentina|Brazil|Dominican Republic|Guatemala|Mexico|Panama|Peru|Uruguay|Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of
40. Pirkle JL, et al. (2006). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 3,052 Study subjects serum Cotinine 1.48 nanograms per milliliter 95th percentile United States
41. Braun JM, et al. (2010). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 339 Infants or newborns meconium Cotinine <LOD 25th percentile United States
42. Flouris AD, et al. (2012). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 8 Study subjects urine Cotinine 249.4 nanograms per milliliter mean Greece
43. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects without secondhand smoke exposure, >= the poverty to income ratio blood Lead 1.21 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
44. Reese SE, et al. (2017). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 137 Pregnant females 18 weeks of pregnancy plasma Cotinine 424 nanomoles per liter mean training set Norway
45. Vinnikov D, et al. (2010). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 11 Workers bar employees hair Nicotine 2.48 micrograms per milligram 75th percentile Kyrgyzstan
46. Wu H, et al. (2007). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Subjects with gene influence:TNF Mexico positive correlation Asthma
47. Zhu X, et al. (2016). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 206 Study subjects urine 4-hydroxyphenanthrene 0.0007 micromoles per millimole creatinine 25th percentile China
48. Yolton K, et al. (2005). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Children exposed to smoking prenatally and postnatally serum Cotinine 1.48 nanograms per milliliter geometric mean United States
49. Chen R, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 5,921 Study subjects China positive correlation Dementia
50. Gu D, et al. (2004). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 55,372,000 Study subjects Workplace China
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