Anemia prevalence and hemoglobin levels are asso... [Environ Int. 2017] - Exposure Details | CTD
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Reference Anemia prevalence and hemoglobin levels are associated with long-term exposure to air pollution in an older population.

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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. Honda T, et al. (2017). Air Pollutants 1,438 Subjects with disease:Anemia anemic subset air, ambient Nitrogen Dioxide 14.5 parts per billion mean significantly different from non-anemic subset United States
2. Honda T, et al. (2017). Air Pollutants 1,438 Subjects with disease:Anemia anemic subset air, ambient Particulate Matter 11.1 micrograms per cubic meter mean PM2.5; significantly different from non-anemic subset United States
3. Honda T, et al. (2017). Air Pollutants 2,683 Controls for disease:Anemia non-anemic subset air, ambient Nitrogen Dioxide 13.3 parts per billion mean significantly different from anemic subset United States
4. Honda T, et al. (2017). Air Pollutants 2,683 Controls for disease:Anemia non-anemic subset air, ambient Particulate Matter 10 micrograms per cubic meter mean PM2.5; significantly different from anemic subset United States
5. Honda T, et al. (2017). Air Pollutants 4,121 Study subjects total cohort air, ambient Nitrogen Dioxide 13.11 parts per billion mean United States
6. Honda T, et al. (2017). Air Pollutants 4,121 Study subjects total cohort air, ambient Nitrogen Dioxide United States positive correlation Anemia
7. Honda T, et al. (2017). Air Pollutants 4,121 Study subjects total cohort air, ambient Nitrogen Dioxide United States positive correlation decreased hemoglobin biosynthetic process
8. Honda T, et al. (2017). Air Pollutants 4,121 Study subjects total cohort air, ambient Particulate Matter 10.39 micrograms per cubic meter mean PM2.5 United States
9. Honda T, et al. (2017). Air Pollutants 4,121 Study subjects total cohort air, ambient Particulate Matter PM2.5 United States positive correlation Anemia
10. Honda T, et al. (2017). Air Pollutants 4,121 Study subjects total cohort air, ambient Particulate Matter PM2.5 United States positive correlation decreased hemoglobin biosynthetic process
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