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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. Fan R, et al. (2012). Drugs, Chinese Herbal 441 Controls for disease:Lymphoma, Large B-Cell, Diffuse 147 subjects and 294 controls China negative correlation Lymphoma, Large B-Cell, Diffuse
2. Fan R, et al. (2012). Drugs, Chinese Herbal 441 Subjects with disease:Lymphoma, Large B-Cell, Diffuse 147 subjects and 294 controls China negative correlation Lymphoma, Large B-Cell, Diffuse
3. Shojaeepour S, et al. (2018). Lead 192 Subjects with disease:Opium Dependence Opioid addicts with symptoms of lead poisoning Opium 3.5 grams per day interquartile range amount of opium used per day Iran, Islamic Republic of
4. Shojaeepour S, et al. (2018). Lead 192 Subjects with disease:Opium Dependence Opioid addicts with symptoms of lead poisoning Opium 0.5 grams per day minimum amount of opium used per day Iran, Islamic Republic of
5. Shojaeepour S, et al. (2018). Lead 192 Subjects with disease:Opium Dependence Opioid addicts with symptoms of lead poisoning Opium 12 grams per day maximum amount of opium used per day Iran, Islamic Republic of
6. Shojaeepour S, et al. (2018). Lead 192 Subjects with disease:Opium Dependence Opioid addicts with symptoms of lead poisoning Opium 2 grams per day median amount of opium used per day Iran, Islamic Republic of
7. Shojaeepour S, et al. (2018). Opium 192 Subjects with disease:Opium Dependence Opioid addicts with symptoms of lead poisoning blood Lead 4.8 micrograms per deciliter minimum Iran, Islamic Republic of
8. Shojaeepour S, et al. (2018). Opium 192 Subjects with disease:Opium Dependence Opioid addicts with symptoms of lead poisoning Iran, Islamic Republic of positive correlation abnormal response to oxidative stress
9. Shojaeepour S, et al. (2018). Opium 192 Subjects with disease:Opium Dependence Opioid addicts with symptoms of lead poisoning Opium 0.5 grams per day minimum amount of opium used per day Iran, Islamic Republic of
10. Shojaeepour S, et al. (2018). Opium 30 Subjects with disease:Opium Dependence addicts using opium via inhalation, with symptoms of lead poisoning blood Lead 25.3 micrograms per deciliter median Iran, Islamic Republic of
11. Shojaeepour S, et al. (2018). Opium 192 Subjects with disease:Opium Dependence Opioid addicts with symptoms of lead poisoning Opium 12 grams per day maximum amount of opium used per day Iran, Islamic Republic of
12. Shojaeepour S, et al. (2018). Opium 119 Subjects with disease:Opium Dependence addicts using opium orally, with symptoms of lead poisoning blood Lead 50.5 micrograms per deciliter median Iran, Islamic Republic of
13. Shojaeepour S, et al. (2018). Opium 192 Subjects with disease:Opium Dependence Opioid addicts with symptoms of lead poisoning Opium 2 grams per day median amount of opium used per day Iran, Islamic Republic of
14. Shojaeepour S, et al. (2018). Opium 192 Subjects with disease:Opium Dependence Opioid addicts with symptoms of lead poisoning blood Lead 58 micrograms per deciliter interquartile range Iran, Islamic Republic of
15. Shojaeepour S, et al. (2018). Opium 30 Subjects with disease:Opium Dependence addicts using opium via inhalation, with symptoms of lead poisoning blood Lead 31.6 micrograms per deciliter interquartile range Iran, Islamic Republic of
16. Shojaeepour S, et al. (2018). Opium 192 Subjects with disease:Opium Dependence Opioid addicts with symptoms of lead poisoning Opium 3.5 grams per day interquartile range amount of opium used per day Iran, Islamic Republic of
17. Shojaeepour S, et al. (2018). Opium 43 Subjects with disease:Opium Dependence addicts using opium via inhalation and orally, with symptoms of lead poisoning blood Lead 36.3 micrograms per deciliter median Iran, Islamic Republic of
18. Shojaeepour S, et al. (2018). Opium 119 Subjects with disease:Opium Dependence addicts using opium orally, with symptoms of lead poisoning blood Lead 64.2 micrograms per deciliter interquartile range Iran, Islamic Republic of
19. Shojaeepour S, et al. (2018). Opium 43 Subjects with disease:Opium Dependence addicts using opium via inhalation and orally, with symptoms of lead poisoning blood Lead 56.8 micrograms per deciliter interquartile range Iran, Islamic Republic of
20. Shojaeepour S, et al. (2018). Opium 192 Subjects with disease:Opium Dependence Opioid addicts with symptoms of lead poisoning blood Lead 205.1 micrograms per deciliter maximum Iran, Islamic Republic of
21. Shojaeepour S, et al. (2018). Opium 192 Subjects with disease:Opium Dependence Opioid addicts with symptoms of lead poisoning blood Lead 40.1 micrograms per deciliter median Iran, Islamic Republic of
22. Czarnobilska E, et al. (2012). Peruvian balsam Children Peruvian balsam Poland positive correlation Dermatitis, Allergic Contact
23. Czarnobilska E, et al. (2012). Propolis Children Propolis Poland positive correlation Dermatitis, Allergic Contact
24. Fan Z, et al. (2016). Tea 296 Study subjects adults from Shannan village tea Fluorides 9.18 milligrams per liter median fluoride levels in brick-tea infusion China
25. Fan Z, et al. (2016). Tea 112 Study subjects adults from Lhasa village tea Fluorides 8.3 milligrams per liter median fluoride levels in brick-tea infusion China
26. Fan Z, et al. (2016). Tea 1,227 Study subjects adults from all villages tea Fluorides 8.29 milligrams per liter median fluoride levels in brick-tea infusion China
27. Fan Z, et al. (2016). Tea 1,320 Study subjects adults urine Fluorides China positive correlation Fluorosis, Dental
28. Fan Z, et al. (2016). Tea 103 Study subjects adults from Ali village tea Fluorides 29.95 milligrams average daily intake from drinking brick tea China
29. Fan Z, et al. (2016). Tea Study subjects tea, brick Fluorides 732.81 milligrams per kilogram median 106 samples of brick tea (above national standard) China
30. Fan Z, et al. (2016). Tea Study subjects tea, brick Fluorides 1085.7 milligrams per kilogram maximum 107 samples of brick tea China
31. Fan Z, et al. (2016). Tea 112 Study subjects adults from Lhasa village tea Fluorides 26.56 milligrams average daily intake from drinking brick tea China
32. Fan Z, et al. (2016). Tea 287 Study subjects adults from Nagqu village tea Fluorides 55.42 milligrams average daily intake from drinking brick tea China
33. Fan Z, et al. (2016). Tea 296 Study subjects adults from Nagqu village tea Fluorides 10.92 milligrams per liter median fluoride levels in brick-tea infusion China
34. Fan Z, et al. (2016). Tea 182 Study subjects adults from Linzhi village tea Fluorides 5.81 milligrams per liter median fluoride levels in brick-tea infusion China
35. Fan Z, et al. (2016). Tea 108 Study subjects adults from Shigatse village tea Fluorides 2.09 milligrams per liter median fluoride levels in brick-tea infusion China
36. Fan Z, et al. (2016). Tea Study subjects tea, brick Fluorides 96.53 milligrams per kilogram miminum 107 samples of brick tea China
37. Fan Z, et al. (2016). Tea 130 Study subjects adults from Changdu village tea Fluorides 4.96 milligrams per liter median fluoride levels in brick-tea infusion China
38. Fan Z, et al. (2016). Tea 1,214 Study subjects adults from all villages tea Fluorides 24.73 milligrams average daily intake from drinking brick tea China
39. Fan Z, et al. (2016). Tea 180 Study subjects adults from Linzhi village tea Fluorides 9.97 milligrams average daily intake from drinking brick tea China
40. Fan Z, et al. (2016). Tea 129 Study subjects adults from Changdu village tea Fluorides 24.61 milligrams average daily intake from drinking brick tea China
41. Fan Z, et al. (2016). Tea 108 Study subjects adults from Shigatse village tea Fluorides 6.77 milligrams average daily intake from drinking brick tea China
42. Fan Z, et al. (2016). Tea 103 Study subjects adults from Ali village tea Fluorides 6.93 milligrams per liter median fluoride levels in brick-tea infusion China
43. Fan Z, et al. (2016). Tea 295 Study subjects adults from Shannan village tea Fluorides 21.48 milligrams average daily intake from drinking brick tea China
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