These are exposure studies associated with the chemical and all of its children.
|Reference||Associated Study Title||Author's Summary||Study Factors||Stressor||Receptors||Country||Medium||Exposure Marker||Measurements||Outcome|
|1.||Nsagha DS, et al. (2013).||Exposure to carcinogens is common necessitating case-control and cohort studies in this locality on cancer prevalence and incidence.||Carcinogens, Environmental||Study subjects||Cameroon||Details||Neoplasms|
|2.||Shirangi A, et al. (2014).||Health Risks of Australian Veterinarians Study (HRAV)||This study suggests that the adverse effects of handling cytotoxic drugs in pregnant women may include an increased risk of birth defects.||Cytotoxins||Pregnant females||Australia||Details||Congenital Abnormalities | Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects|
|3.||Yamazaki S, et al. (2011).||Among hospitalized children with severe asthma, increased hourly concentration of Particulate Matter (PM2.5) was associated with a decrease in peak expiratory flow.||Nitrogen Dioxide | Oxidants, Photochemical | Particulate Matter||Subjects with disease:Asthma||Japan||air||Nitrogen Dioxide | Oxidants, Photochemical | Particulate Matter||Details||respiratory system process|
|4.||Reynolds P, et al. (2005).||The results from this study provide no evidence that California women living in areas of recent, high agricultural pesticide use experience higher rates of breast cancer.||Pesticides||Subjects with disease:Breast Neoplasms||United States||Carcinogens | Cholinesterase Inhibitors | Diuron | Hydrocarbons, Chlorinated | methyl bromide | Omite | oryzalin | Simazine||Details||Breast Neoplasms|