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1 Exposure-annoyance relationships for odour from industrial sources
article 2000    
Author: Miedema, H.M.E. · Walpot, J.I. · Vos, H. · Steunenberg, C.F.
Keywords: Health · Annoyance · Community · Concentration · Odour · Pleasantness · Survey · Air quality · Behavioral research · Industrial odors · Pollution exposure · Agriculture · Calculation · Food industry · Human · Industrial waste · Odor · Oil industry · Quality of life · Questionnaire · Technique
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2 In vitro intestinal lead uptake and transport in relation to speciation
article 2003    
Author: Oomen, A.G. · Tolls, J. · Sips, A.J.A.M. · Groten, J.P.
Keywords: Biology Health · Physiological Sciences · lead · pollution exposure · article · bioavailability · cell strain CACO 2 · controlled study · first pass effect · human · human cell · intestine absorption · lead poisoning · membrane permeability · metal metabolism · priority journal · risk assessment · soil pollution · tissue level · Administration, Oral · Biological Availability · Caco-2 Cells · Digestive System · Humans · Intestinal Mucosa · Ions · Lead · Soil Pollutants
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3 Biomarkers of exposure in environment-wide association studies – Opportunities to decode the exposome using human biomonitoring data
article 2018    
Author: Steckling, N. · Gotti, A. · Bose-O'Reilly, S. · Chapizanis, D. · Costopoulou, D. · Vocht, F. de · Garí, M. · Grimalt, J.O. · Heath, E. · Hiscock, R. · Jagodic, M. · Karakitsios, S.P. · Kedikoglou, K. · Kosjek, T. · Leondiadis, L. · Maggos, T. · Mazej, D. · Polańska, K. · Povey, A. · Rovira, J. · Schoierer, J. · Schuhmacher, M. · Špirić, Z. · Stajnko, A. · Stierum, R. · Tratnik, J.S. · Vassiliadou, I. · Annesi-Maesano, I. · Horvat, M. · Sarigiannis, D.A.
Keywords: Biology · Biomarkers of exposure · Biomonitoring equivalents · Environment-wide association studies · Exposure limit values · Human biomonitoring · Reference values · Biological marker · Heavy metal · Organic compound · Biomarker · Biomonitoring · Environmental stress · European Union · Guideline · Methodology · Pollution exposure · Standard (reference) · Biological monitoring · Chemical stress · Environmental exposure · Environmental stress · Human · Mental stress · Particulate matter · Physical stress · Physiological stress
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4 Marine mammals and sonar: Dose-response studies, the risk-disturbance hypothesis and the role of exposure context
article 2018    
Author: Harris, C.M. · Thomas, L. · Falcone, E.A. · Hildebrand, J. · Houser, D. · Kvadsheim, P.H. · Lam, F.P.A. · Miller, P.J.O. · Moretti, D.J. · Read, A.J. · Slabbekoorn, H. · Southall, B.L. · Tyack, P.L. · Wartzok, D. · Janik, V.M.
Keywords: Anthropogenic noise · Anti-predator response · Bbehavioural response · Cetaceans · Dose-response · Human disturbance · Impact assessment · Marine mammals · Sonar · Anthropogenic effect · Antipredator defense · Behavioral response · Cetacean · Dose-response relationship · Environmental disturbance · Environmental impact assessment · Environmental monitoring · Hypothesis testing · Long-term change · Noise pollution · Pollution effect · Pollution exposure · Predation risk · Regulatory framework · Animalia · Bovine respiratory syncytial virus · Cetacea · Mammalia · AS - Acoustics & Sonar · 2015 Observation, Weapon & Protection Systems
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5 Optimization of airborne endotoxin exposure assessment: Effects of filter type, transport conditions, extraction solutions, and storage of samples and extracts
article 2007    
Author: Spaan, S. · Heederik, D.J.J. · Thorne, P.S. · Wouters, I.M.
Keywords: Food and Chemical Risk Analysis · Extraction · Glass fibers · Microbiology · Optimization · Polytetrafluoroethylenes · Sampling · Airborne endotoxin exposure · Assay solution · Extraction solutions · Filter type · Toxicity · endotoxin · glass · politef · air quality · dust · environmental impact assessment · experimental design · guideline · health impact · pollution exposure · standard (regulation) · toxin · air monitoring · air sampling · airborne particle · article · environmental exposure · extraction · filter · indoor air pollution · nonhuman · process optimization · standardization · transport kinetics · Air Pollutants · Air Pollutants, Occupational · Endotoxins · Filtration · Specimen Handling
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6 Spatial variability of trace elements and sources for improved exposure assessment in Barcelona
article 2014    
Author: Minguillón, M.C. · Cirach, M. · Hoek, G. · Brunekreef, B. · Tsai, M. · Hoogh, K. de · Jedynska, A. · Kooter, I.M. · Nieuwenhuijsen, M. · Querol, X.
Keywords: Environment · Metals · PM · PMF · Source apportionment · Urban · Anthropogenic aerosols · Barcelona metropolitan areas · Energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence · PMF · Positive matrix factorisation · Source apportionment · Spatial and temporal variation · Urban · Combustion · Energy dispersive spectroscopy · Industrial emissions · Lead · Metals · Mineral industry · Minerals · Nickel · Particles (particulate matter) · Promethium · Trace elements · Zinc · Zirconium · barium ion · bromine · chlorine · chromium · cuprous ion · fuel oil · hopanoid · hydrochloric acid · iron · lead · manganese · molybdenum · nickel · potassium · prednisolone · sodium · sulfate · sulfur · tin · trace element · vanadium · zinc · zirconium · aerosol composition · anthropogenic source · atmospheric pollution · combustion · concentration (composition) · marine atmosphere · metropolitan area · organic carbon · pollution exposure · public health · sea salt · spatial variation · sulfate · trace element · urban atmosphere · aerosol · article · combustion · controlled study · environmental exposure · oxidation · particulate matter · priority journal · seasonal variation · shipping · Spain · traffic · urban area · X ray fluorescence · Barcelona [Catalonia] · Catalonia · Spain · Urban Development · Built Environment · Earth / Environmental · AEC - Applied Environmental Chemistry · ELSS - Earth, Life and Social Sciences
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7 Relating biomarkers to whole-organism effects using species sensitivity distributions : A pilot study for marine species exposed to oil
article 2009    
Author: Smit, M.G.D. · Bechmann, R.K. · Hendriks, A.J. · Skadsheim, A. · Larsen, B.K. · Baussant, T. · Bamber, S. · Sannei, S.
Keywords: Biomarkers · Ecological risk assessment · Offshore oil/gas · Species sensitivity distribution · Whole-organism effects · Biomarker response · Ecological risk assessment · Hazardous concentrations · Marine environment · Marine species · Offshore oil/gas · Pilot studies · Response levels · Signal level · Species assemblage · Species sensitivity distribution · Species sensitivity distributions · Threshold levels · TO effect · Whole-organism effects · Biomarkers · Environmental impact · Risk management · Sensitivity analysis · Structural panels · Risk assessment · biological marker · oil · biomarker · concentration (composition) · marine environment · oil pollution · physiological response · pollution effect · pollution exposure · risk assessment · article · controlled study · dangerous goods · marine environment · marine species · nonhuman · pilot study · priority journal · risk assessment · species difference · species distribution · Animals · Biological Markers · Environmental Monitoring · Fishes · Invertebrates · Models, Biological · Oceans and Seas · Petroleum · Pilot Projects · Species Specificity
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