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Reference Trends in tobacco smoke exposure and blood lead levels among youths and adults in the United States: the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999-2008.

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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. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 1,930 Children blood Lead 1.57 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
2. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 4,538 Children blood Lead 1.18 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
3. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Children children with higher secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.02 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
4. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Children children with higher secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 2.06 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
5. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Children children with higher secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.53 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
6. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Children children with lower secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 0.92 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
7. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Children children with lower secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.55 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
8. 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
9. 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
10. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Children children without secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.24 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
11. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Children children without secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 0.98 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
12. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects with higher secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.04 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
13. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects with higher secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.45 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
14. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects with higher secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.92 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
15. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects with higher secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 2.38 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
16. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects with higher secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.63 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
17. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects with higher secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.5 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
18. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects with higher secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.35 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
19. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects with higher secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.2 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
20. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects with higher secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.68 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
21. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects with higher secondhand smoke exposure, below the poverty to income ratio blood Lead 1.57 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
22. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects with higher secondhand smoke exposure, >= the poverty to income ratio blood Lead 1.35 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
23. 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
24. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects with lower secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.4 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
25. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects with lower secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.77 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
26. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects with lower secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 2.08 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
27. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects with lower secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.39 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
28. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects with lower secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.52 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
29. 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
30. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects with lower secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.15 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
31. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects with lower secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.63 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
32. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects with lower secondhand smoke exposure, below the poverty to income ratio blood Lead 1.35 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
33. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects with lower secondhand smoke exposure, >= the poverty to income ratio blood Lead 1.34 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
34. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects without secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 0.87 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
35. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects without secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.15 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
36. 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
37. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects without secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.97 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
38. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects without secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.25 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
39. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects without secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.26 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
40. 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
41. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects without secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.1 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
42. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution Study subjects subjects without secondhand smoke exposure blood Lead 1.43 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
43. 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
44. 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
45. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 4,552 Study subjects blood Lead 1.84 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
46. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 4,955 Study subjects blood Lead 1.42 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
47. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 5,291 Study subjects blood Lead 2.08 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
48. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 5,829 Study subjects blood Lead 1.07 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
49. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 7,059 Children blood Lead 0.88 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
50. Richter PA, et al. (2013). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 7,763 Study subjects below the poverty to income ratio blood Lead 1.51 micrograms per deciliter geometric mean United States
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