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Disease Substance-Related Disorders

These are exposure studies associated with the disease and all of its children.

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  Reference Associated Study Title Author's Summary Study Factors Stressor Receptors Country Medium Exposure Marker Measurements Outcome
1. Hutson JR, et al. (2012). Our results demonstrate that chronic and heavy alcohol use in pregnancy impairs folate transport to the fetus. Altered folate concentrations within the placenta and in the fetus may in part contribute to the deficits observed in the fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. alcohol drinking Ethanol Fetuses | Pregnant females Canada plasma | plasma, cord Folic Acid Details Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders | transport
2. Shojaeepour S, et al. (2018). Use of lead-adulterated opium causes high frequency of lead toxicity symptoms, hematological and biochemical abnormalities, and oxidative stress which are associated with blood level level (BLL). Route of opioid use and the polymorphism of rs1800435 in ALAD gene are the major determinants of BLL in lead-adulterated opium users. Lead | Opium Subjects with disease:Opium Dependence Iran, Islamic Republic of blood Lead | Opium Details Lead Poisoning | lipid metabolic process | response to oxidative stress
3. Kleinjan M, et al. (2012). International Study of Asthma and Allergies in Childhood (ISAAC) Nicotine dependence profiles are predicted by interactions between personal and environmental factors. age Nicotine Children Netherlands Nicotine Details Tobacco Use Disorder
4. Aschengrau A, et al. (2011). The results of this study suggest that risky behaviors, particularly drug use, are more frequent among adults with high tetrachloroethylene exposure levels during gestation and early childhood. Tetrachloroethylene Study subjects United States Tetrachloroethylene Details Substance-Related Disorders
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