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1. Malek AM, et al. (2015). A potential association was found for exposure to ambient air concentrations of suspected neurotoxicant hazardous air pollutants, specifically aromatic solvents, among place of residence in 2002 and 1999 and risk of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. 1,1,1-trichloroethane | 1,1,2,2-tetrachloroethane | 2,4-dinitrotoluene | Acrylamide | allyl chloride | Arsenicals | Benzene | Cadmium Compounds | Carbon Disulfide | Carbon Tetrachloride | Chloroform | Cresols | Cyanides | ethylbenzene | Ethylene Dibromide | ethylene dichloride | Ethylene Oxide | Hexachlorobenzene | hexachloroethane | Hexanes | hydrazine | Lead | Manganese Compounds | Mercury Compounds | Methyl Chloride | Methylene Chloride | Nickel | Polychlorinated Biphenyls | Selenium Compounds | Styrene | Tetrachloroethylene | Toluene | Trichloroethylene | Vinyl Chloride | Xylenes Controls for disease:Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis | Subjects with disease:Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis United States 1,1,1-trichloroethane | 1,1,2,2-tetrachloroethane | 2,4-dinitrotoluene | Acrylamide | allyl chloride | Arsenicals | Benzene | Cadmium Compounds | Carbon Disulfide | Carbon Tetrachloride | Chloroform | Cresols | Cyanides | ethylbenzene | Ethylene Dibromide | ethylene dichloride | Ethylene Oxide | Hexachlorobenzene | hexachloroethane | Hexanes | hydrazine | Lead | Manganese Compounds | Mercury Compounds | Methyl Chloride | Methylene Chloride | Nickel | Polychlorinated Biphenyls | Selenium Compounds | Styrene | Tetrachloroethylene | Toluene | Trichloroethylene | Vinyl Chloride | Xylenes Details Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
2. Sexton K, et al. (2007). Our aim was to compare and rank relative health risks of 179 air pollutants in Houston using an evidence-based approach supplemented by the expert judgment of a panel of academic scientists. 1,1,2,2-tetrachloroethane | 1,3-butadiene | 1,6-hexamethylene diisocyanate | Acetaldehyde | Acrolein | acrylic acid | Acrylonitrile | Arsenicals | Benzene | Carbon Tetrachloride | Chlorine | chromium hexavalent ion | Ethylene Dibromide | ethylene dichloride | Ethylene Oxide | Formaldehyde | naphthalene | Ozone | Particulate Matter | Vehicle Emissions | Vinyl Chloride Study subjects United States Details Disorders of Environmental Origin | Neoplasms
3. Rull RP, et al. (2006). Data on two case-control study populations of infants with neural tube defects (NTDs) and nonmalformed controls delivered in California between 1987 and 1991 were pooled to investigate whether maternal residential proximity to applications of specific pesticides or physicochemical groups of pesticides during early gestation increases the risk of these malformations. 1,3-dichloro-1-propene | Amides | Benomyl | Benzimidazoles | Captan | Chlorpyrifos | devrinol | Dimethoate | Disulfoton | Methomyl | methyl carbamate | methyl demeton | Naled | Organophosphorus Compounds | vendex Infants or newborns United States 1,3-dichloro-1-propene | Amides | Benomyl | Benzimidazoles | Captan | Chlorpyrifos | devrinol | Dimethoate | Disulfoton | Methomyl | methyl carbamate | methyl demeton | Naled | Organophosphorus Compounds | vendex Details Anencephaly | Neural Tube Defects | Spinal Dysraphism
4. Goldner WS, et al. (2010). Agricultural Health Study (AHS) These data support a role of organochlorines, in addition to fungicides, in the etiology of thyroid disease among female spouses enrolled in the Agricultural Health Study. 2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyacetic Acid | 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid | alachlor | Aldrin | Atrazine | Benomyl | butylate | Captan | Carbaryl | Carbon Disulfide | Carbon Tetrachloride | Chlordan | chlorimuron ethyl | Chlorpyrifos | cyanazine | DDT | Diazinon | Dicamba | Dichlorvos | EPTC | Fonofos | Fungicides, Industrial | glyphosate | Heptachlor | Hydrocarbons, Chlorinated | imazethapyr | Insecticides | Lindane | Malathion | mancozeb | Maneb | metalaxyl | methyl bromide | metolachlor | metribuzin | Paraquat | Parathion | pendimethalin | Petroleum | terbufos | tetrachloroisophthalonitrile | Trifluralin Study subjects United States Details Agricultural Workers' Diseases | Hyperthyroidism | Hypothyroidism
5. Kamel F, et al. (2007). Agricultural Health Study (AHS) This study suggests that exposure to certain pesticides may increase Parkinson's disease risk. 2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyacetic Acid | Benomyl | butylate | Carbon Disulfide | Carbon Tetrachloride | cyanazine | Dicamba | Ethylene Dibromide | Lindane | mancozeb | Maneb | methyl bromide | Paraquat | pendimethalin | Pesticides | Phorate | tetrachloroisophthalonitrile Study subjects | Workers United States Details Agricultural Workers' Diseases | Parkinson Disease
6. Carreón T, et al. (2005). Upper Midwest Health Study (UMHS) Results show that exposure to pesticides was not associated with an increased risk of intracranial gliomas in women. 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid | 2-chloro-N-(ethoxymethyl)-N-(2-methyl-6-(trifluoromethyl)phenyl)acetamide | alachlor | Aniline Compounds | Arsenicals | Atrazine | bentazone | Benzoic Acid | Carbamates | cyanazine | DDT | Diazinon | Dicamba | Hydrocarbons, Chlorinated | imazethapyr | Inorganic Chemicals | Malathion | metolachlor | Organophosphates | pendimethalin | Pesticides | Triazines | Trifluralin Controls for disease:Glioma | Subjects with disease:Glioma United States Details Glioma
7. Hoppin JA, et al. (2002). Agricultural Health Study (AHS) Prevalence of wheeze was associated with individual pesticides independent of animals, crops, and grains. disease 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid | alachlor | Aldicarb | aluminum phosphide | Atrazine | Benomyl | butylate | Captan | Carbaryl | Carbofuran | chlorimuron ethyl | Chlorpyrifos | Coumaphos | cyanazine | Diazinon | Dicamba | Dichlorvos | EPTC | Fonofos | glyphosate | imazethapyr | Lindane | Malathion | Maneb | metalaxyl | metolachlor | metribuzin | Paraquat | Parathion | pendimethalin | Permethrin | Petroleum | Phorate | terbufos | tetrachloroisophthalonitrile | Trichlorfon | Trifluralin | Ziram Subjects with disease:Asthma | Subjects with disease:Ige Responsiveness, Atopic | Workers United States Details Agricultural Workers' Diseases | Respiratory Sounds
8. Kalkbrenner AE, et al. (2010). Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network (ADDM) Our screening design was limited by exposure misclassification of air pollutants and the use of an alternate developmental disorder as the control group, both of which may have biased results toward the null. Despite these limitations, methylene chloride, quinoline, and styrene emerged (based on this analysis and prior epidemiologic evidence) as candidates that warrant further investigation for a possible role in autism etiology. Air Pollutants United States air 1,1,2,2-tetrachloroethane | 1,3-butadiene | 1,3-dichloro-1-propene | Acetaldehyde | Acrolein | Acrylonitrile | Arsenicals | Benzene | Beryllium | Cadmium Compounds | Carbon Tetrachloride | Chloroform | Chromium Compounds | Coke | ethylbenzene | Ethylene Dibromide | ethylene dichloride | Ethylene Oxide | Formaldehyde | Hexachlorobenzene | Hexanes | hydrazine | Lead | Manganese Compounds | Mercury Compounds | Methylene Chloride | methyl tert-butyl ether | Nickel | Polychlorinated Biphenyls | Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons | propionaldehyde | propylene dichloride | quinoline | Styrene | Tetrachloroethylene | Toluene | Trichloroethylene | Vehicle Emissions | Vinyl Chloride | Xylenes Details Autism Spectrum Disorder
9. López-Abente G, et al. (2012). Statistically significant relative risks for colorectal cancer mortality at a municipal level were detected in the vicinity of mining industry, paper and wood production, food and beverage sector, metal production and processing installations, and ceramics. Air Pollutants Study subjects Spain air, outdoor 1,1,1-trichloroethane | Ammonia | anthracene | Antimony | Arsenicals | Arsenic | Benzene | beta-hexachlorocyclohexane | Cadmium | Cadmium Compounds | Carbon Dioxide | Carbon Monoxide | Carbon Tetrachloride | Chlorine | Chlorine Compounds | Chlorofluorocarbons | Chloroform | Chromium | Chromium Compounds | Cobalt | Diethylhexyl Phthalate | Dioxins | ethylene dichloride | Ethylene Oxide | Fluorine | Fluorine Compounds | Hexachlorobenzene | Hydrogen Cyanide | Lead | Manganese | Manganese Compounds | Mercury | Mercury Compounds | Methane | Methylene Chloride | naphthalene | Nickel | Nitrogen Oxides | Nitrous Oxide | Particulate Matter | Pentachlorophenol | Polychlorinated Biphenyls | Sulfur Oxides | Tetrachloroethylene | Thallium | trichlorobenzene | Trichloroethylene | Vanadium | Vanadium Compounds | Vinyl Chloride | Zinc | Zinc Compounds Details Colorectal Neoplasms | Death
10. Zhang W, et al. (1994). We report early health effects and biological monitoring in persons occupationally exposed to tetraethyl lead in China for the years 1990-1992, including for gasoline depot workers and traffic police officers. Air Pollutants, Occupational | Tetraethyl Lead Workers China air, ambient | urine diethyllead | Lead | triethyllead Details Bradycardia | Tremor
11. Pang Y, et al. (2016). Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis (MESA) | Strong Heart Study (SHS) We searched to identify patterns of metal mixtures which could suggest common environmental sources and/or metabolic pathways of different urinary metals, and compared metal-mixtures in two population-based studies from urban/sub-urban and rural/town areas in the US. race | tobacco Antimony | Arsenic | Cadmium | Lead | Molybdenum | Selenium | Tungsten | Uranium | Zinc Study subjects United States urine Antimony | Arsenicals | Cadmium | Lead | Molybdenum | Selenium | Tungsten | Uranium | Zinc Details
12. Navas-Acien A, et al. (2009). Strong Heart Study (SHS) This study found low to moderate inorganic arsenic exposure and confirmed long-term constancy in arsenic exposure and urine excretion patterns in American Indians from three U.S. regions over a 10-year period. arsenic acid | Arsenic | arsenite | arsenobetaine | Cacodylic Acid | monomethylarsonic acid Study subjects United States urine arsenic acid | Arsenic | arsenite | arsenobetaine | Cacodylic Acid | monomethylarsonic acid Details
13. Pellizzari ED, et al. (2006). Minnesota Children's Pesticide Exposure Study (CS) | National Human Exposure Assessment Survey (NHEXAS) Archived samples collected from 1995 to 1997 in the National Human Exposure Assessment Survey (NHEXAS) in U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 5 (R5) and the Children's Study (CS) in Minnesota were analyzed for total arsenic, arsenate [As(V)], arsenite, dimethyl arsenic acid (DMA), monomethyl arsenic acid (MMA), arsenobetaine (AsB), and arsenocholine. arsenic acid | Arsenic | Cacodylic Acid Children | Study subjects United States dust | food | hair | urine | water arsenic acid | Arsenic | Cacodylic Acid Details
14. Del Razo LM, et al. (2011). Our study confirms a previously reported, but frequently questioned, association between exposure to inorganic arsenic and diabetes, and is the first to link the risk of diabetes to the production of one of the most toxic metabolites of inorganic arsenic, DMAsIII (dimethylarsinite). Arsenicals Study subjects Mexico urine | water, drinking Arsenates | Arsenicals | Cacodylic Acid | dimethylarsinous acid | methylarsonite | monomethylarsonic acid Details Diabetes Mellitus
15. Rahman A, et al. (2011). Maternal and Infant Nutrition Interventions in Matlab (MINIMat) Our results show that the mothers' education, socioeconomic status, and body mass index were associated with urinary arsenic concentrations, and that arsenic exposure in pregnancy increases the risk of lower respiratory tract infection and diarrhea during infancy in Bangladesh. body mass index | socioeconomic status Arsenicals | Arsenic Infants or newborns | Pregnant females Bangladesh urine Arsenicals Details Diarrhea, Infantile | Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects | Respiratory Tract Infections
16. Xue J, et al. (2010). National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) | National Human Exposure Assessment Survey (NHEXAS) Our study reinforces and expands on previous observations that dietary arsenic exposure via food is an important route for arsenic intake by the general population and that in some cases it can be even a greater source arsenic exposure than drinking water. diet Arsenicals | Arsenic Study subjects United States urine Arsenicals | Arsenic Details
17. Farzan SF, et al. (2013). New Hampshire Birth Cohort Study (NHBCS) Our results provide initial evidence that in utero arsenic exposure may be related to infant infection and severity and provide insight into the early life impacts of fetal arsenic exposure. Arsenicals | Arsenic Infants or newborns | Pregnant females United States urine | water, drinking Arsenicals | Arsenic Details Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects | Respiratory Tract Infections
18. Raqib R, et al. (2009). Maternal and Infant Nutrition Interventions in Matlab (MINIMat) The findings suggest that in utero arsenic exposure impaired child thymic development and enhanced morbidity (probably via immunosuppression), and the effect seemed to be partially gender dependent; arsenic exposure also affected breast milk content of trophic factors and maternal morbidity. sex Arsenicals | Arsenic Infants or newborns | Pregnant females Bangladesh urine Arsenicals Details Diarrhea | Fever | Prenatal Exposure Delayed Effects | Respiratory Tract Infections | interleukin-7 production | thymus development
19. Awata H, et al. (2017). National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) We confirmed that estimated dietary intake of arsenic (total and inorganic) and mercury is significantly associated with their corresponding biomarkers in US Asians; in contrast, estimated dietary intake of cadmium and lead were not significantly associated with their corresponding biomarker levels in US Asians. race Arsenicals | Arsenic | Cadmium | Lead | Mercury Study subjects United States Arsenicals | Arsenic | Cadmium | Lead | Mercury Details
20. Campbell RC, et al. (2014). The aim of this study was to determine whether there are predictable relationships among major arsenic species in tobacco that could be useful for risk assessment; the dominance of inorganic arsenic species among those components analysed is a marked feature of the diverse range of tobaccos selected for study. tobacco Arsenicals | Nicotine | tobacco tar Bulgaria|China|
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tobacco Arsenicals | Cacodylic Acid | monomethylarsonic acid | Nicotine | tobacco tar Details
21. Punshon T, et al. (2015). New Hampshire Birth Cohort Study (NHBCS) Placenta arsenic concentrations were related to arsenic concentrations in maternal urine, maternal and infant toenails, and household drinking water, suggesting that placenta arsenic concentrations reflect both maternal and infant exposures. diet Arsenic Infants or newborns | Pregnant females United States nail, toe | placenta | urine | water, drinking Arsenicals Details
22. Tsuji JS, et al. (2005). In response to concerns regarding arsenic in soil from a pesticide manufacturing plant, we conducted a biomonitoring study on children younger than 7 years of age, the age category of children most exposed to soil. Arsenic Children | Study subjects United States dust | nail | soil | urine Arsenic | Cacodylic Acid | monomethylarsonic acid Details
23. Valenzuela OL, et al. (2007). Results show a statistically significant positive correlation between transforming growth factor alpha (TGFA) concentration in bladder urothelial cells and each of six arsenic species present in urine, suggesting that TGFA may serve as a susceptibility marker. Arsenic Study subjects Mexico urinary bladder | urine | water, well arsenic acid | Arsenicals | Arsenic | arsenite | dimethylarsinous acid | monomethylarsonous acid | TGFA Details Keratosis | Melanosis | positive regulation of cytokine production
24. Lantz RC, et al. (2007). Combinations of proteomic analyses of animal models followed by specific analysis of human samples provide an unbiased determination of important, previously unidentified putative biomarkers that may be related to human disease. Arsenic Study subjects United States sputum | urine | water AGER | arsenic acid | Arsenic | arsenite | Cacodylic Acid | monomethylarsonic acid Details
25. Sun G, et al. (2007). Children had a higher capacity for secondary methylation of arsenic than adults when exposed to the same concentrations of inorganic arsenic in drinking water. age Arsenic Children | Mothers | Study subjects China urine Arsenic | Cacodylic Acid | monomethylarsonic acid Details methylation
26. Kile ML, et al. (2009). Epidemiologic studies should use both urinary Arsenic (UAs) concentrations and the relative proportion of UAs to minimize measurement error and to facilitate interpretation of factors that influence arsenic metabolism. age | sex | tobacco Arsenic Study subjects Bangladesh urine | water Arsenic | Cacodylic Acid | monomethylarsonic acid Details
27. Porter KE, et al. (2010). These findings are the first to suggest that CBS polymorphisms may influence arsenic metabolism in humans and susceptibility to arsenic-related disease. genetics Arsenic Subjects with gene influence:CBS Argentina mouth mucosa | urine Arsenic | CBS | dimethylarsinous acid | monomethylarsonic acid Details metabolic process
28. Ahmed S, et al. (2011). Maternal and Infant Nutrition Interventions in Matlab (MINIMat) These findings suggest that effects of arsenic on immune function may contribute to impaired fetal and infant health. Arsenic Fetuses | Infants or newborns | Pregnant females Bangladesh urine Arsenicals Details Birth Weight | cellular response to oxidative stress | interleukin-1 beta production | positive regulation of inflammatory response | positive regulation of interferon-gamma production | positive regulation of tumor necrosis factor production
29. Gao J, et al. (2011). Women had a significantly higher methylation capability of arsenic than men. The findings suggested that not only the dose of arsenic exposure but also the arsenic methylation capability have an impact on the individual susceptibility to skin lesions induced by coal arsenic exposure. sex Arsenic Controls for disease:Skin Diseases | Subjects with disease:Skin Diseases | Study subjects China urine Arsenates | Arsenicals | arsenite | Cacodylic Acid | monomethylarsonic acid Details Skin Diseases
30. Gilbert-Diamond D, et al. (2011). Here we document a positive association between rice consumption and urinary arsenic excretion, a biomarker of recent arsenic exposure, in 229 pregnant women. diet Arsenic Pregnant females United States urine | water Arsenic | arsenobetaine | Cacodylic Acid | monomethylarsonic acid Details
31. Xu W, et al. (2012). Reduced parameters in human semen quality are positively associated with arsenic exposure in a reproductive-age Chinese cohort. Arsenic Study subjects China urine Arsenicals | arsenobetaine | Cacodylic Acid | monomethylarsonic acid Details spermatogenesis
32. Hossain MB, et al. (2012). Arsenic exposure was correlated with increased DNA methylation of genes encoding enzymes that suppress carcinogenesis, and the arsenic metabolism efficiency modified the degree of epigenetic alterations. Arsenic Subjects with gene influence:AS3MT | Study subjects Argentina blood | urine Arsenicals | CDKN2A | MLH1 Details DNA methylation on cytosine within a CG sequence
33. Burgess JL, et al. (2013). Drinking water arsenic concentration and intake were positively associated with serum matrix metalloproteinase MMP9, both in crude analysis and after adjustment for gender, country/ethnicity, age, body mass index, current smoking, and diabetes. diet Arsenic Study subjects Mexico|United States serum | urine | water, drinking arsenic acid | Arsenicals | Arsenic | arsenite | Cacodylic Acid | MMP9 | monomethylarsonic acid Details matrix metallopeptidase secretion
34. Díaz-Villaseñor A, et al. (2013). Chronic exposure to inorganic arsenic seems to be a risk factor for type 2 diabetes mellitus through the reduction of beta-cell function, with an enhanced effect seen in the presence of the at-risk genotype (SNP-43) in CAPN10 gene, and the association of SNP-43 with beta-cell function was dependent on inorganic arsenic exposure, age, gender, and body mass index. age | body mass index | genetics | sex Arsenic Subjects with gene influence:CAPN10 | Controls for disease:Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2 | Subjects with disease:Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2 Mexico urine | water, drinking Arsenicals | Arsenic Details insulin secretion involved in cellular response to glucose stimulus
35. Koestler DC, et al. (2013). New Hampshire Birth Cohort Study (NHBCS) Our findings suggest that in utero exposure to low levels of arsenic may affect the epigenome by influencing DNA methylation. Arsenic Infants or newborns | Pregnant females United States serum, cord | urine | water, drinking Arsenicals | Arsenic | Cacodylic Acid | monomethylarsonic acid Details CD8-positive, alpha-beta T cell differentiation | DNA methylation on cytosine within a CG sequence
36. Osorio-Yáñez C, et al. (2013). Arsenic exposure was positively associated with carotid intima-media thickness in a population of Mexican children with environmental arsenic exposure through drinking water. diet Arsenic Children Mexico plasma | urine | water, drinking Arsenicals | Arsenic | Cacodylic Acid | ICAM1 | monomethylarsonic acid | VCAM1 Details Carotid Intimal Medial Thickness 1 | blood vessel development
37. Fei DL, et al. (2013). New Hampshire Birth Cohort Study (NHBCS) We identified the expression of AQP9 as a potential fetal biomarker for arsenic exposure; as well, we identified a positive association between the placental expression of phospholipase ENPP2 and infant birth weight; these findings suggest a path by which arsenic may affect birth outcomes. Arsenic Pregnant females United States placenta | urine | water, drinking AQP9 | Arsenicals | Arsenic | ENPP2 Details Birth Weight
38. Fu S, et al. (2014). Our results showed that when exposed to the same arsenic environment, different individuals exhibited different urinary arsenic metabolism patterns; gender and ethnicity affect these differences and genetic polymorphisms may be effectors too (especially genes GSTO1 and AS3MT). genetics | race | sex Arsenic Subjects with gene influence:AS3MT | Subjects with gene influence:GSTO1 | Subjects with gene influence:GSTO2 | Controls for disease:Keratosis | Subjects with disease:Keratosis | Study subjects China urine | water, drinking Arsenicals | Arsenic | Cacodylic Acid | monomethylarsonic acid Details cellular response to arsenic-containing substance
39. Rager JE, et al. (2014). Biomarkers of Exposure to ARsenic (BEAR) Results of this study highlight microRNAs as novel responders to prenatal arsenic exposure that may contribute to associated immune response perturbations. Arsenic Infants or newborns | Pregnant females Mexico serum, cord | urine | water, drinking Arsenicals Details regulation of gene expression
40. Kile ML, et al. (2013). This data suggests that genetic polymorphisms in gene GSTT1 contribute to the observed variability in arsenic metabolism, and GSTT1 null individuals may be more susceptible to arsenic-related toxicity; no significant associations were observed for gene GSTM1. diet | genetics Arsenic Subjects with gene influence:GSTM1 | Subjects with gene influence:GSTT1 | Study subjects Bangladesh urine | water, drinking Arsenicals | Arsenic | Cacodylic Acid | monomethylarsonic acid Details cellular response to arsenic-containing substance
41. Bailey KA, et al. (2014). Biomarkers of Exposure to ARsenic (BEAR) This study reports the proteomic shifts associated with prenatal inorganic arsenic exposure using cord blood samples from newborns in an area with high arsenic levels in drinking water. Arsenic Infants or newborns | Pregnant females Mexico urine | water, drinking Arsenicals | Arsenic Details tumor necrosis factor-mediated signaling pathway
42. Olmos V, et al. (2015). The influence of the level of arsenic exposure was evaluated on 120 chronic-exposed inhabitants of several locations in the Chaco-Pampean Plains (Argentina); a clear influence of age, gender, level of arsenic exposure, and the presence of T860C polymorphism (in the AS3MT gene) was observed on arsenic metabolic profile. age | genetics | sex Arsenic Subjects with gene influence:AS3MT Argentina urine | water, drinking Arsenicals | Arsenic | Cacodylic Acid | monomethylarsonic acid Details detoxification of arsenic-containing substance
43. Broberg K, et al. (2014). Maternal and Infant Nutrition Interventions in Matlab (MINIMat) Early prenatal arsenic exposure appears to decrease DNA methylation in boys; associations between early exposure and DNA methylation might reflect interference with de novo DNA methylation. sex Arsenic Fetuses | Pregnant females Bangladesh urine Arsenicals Details DNA methylation on cytosine within a CG sequence
44. Currier JM, et al. (2014). Our results provide additional support that trivalent arsenic species may be responsible for associations between diabetes and chronic inorganic arsenic exposure. Arsenic Controls for disease:Diabetes Mellitus | Subjects with disease:Diabetes Mellitus Mexico cell, urothelial, exfoliated | urine | water, drinking arsenic acid | Arsenicals | Arsenic | arsenite | Cacodylic Acid | Creatinine | dimethylarsinous acid | methylarsonite | monomethylarsonic acid Details Diabetes Mellitus
45. Rojas D, et al. (2015). Biomarkers of Exposure to ARsenic (BEAR) We describe data for prenatal arsenic exposure and the epigenome, identifying sites of 5-methylcytosine alterations that predict functional changes in gene expression in newborn cord blood and subsequent birth outcomes. Arsenic Infants or newborns | Pregnant females Mexico serum, cord | urine | water, drinking Arsenicals | GAK | KCNQ1 | PGAP2 | PPTC7 | PTPRE | RNF213 | WDR55 Details DNA methylation on cytosine within a CG sequence | head development | parturition | placenta development
46. Farzan SF, et al. (2016). New Hampshire Birth Cohort Study (NHBCS) In utero arsenic exposure was associated with a higher risk of infection during the first year of life in our study population, particularly infections requiring medical treatment, and with diarrhea and respiratory symptoms. age Arsenic Infants or newborns | Pregnant females United States urine | water, drinking Arsenicals | Arsenic Details Cough | Diarrhea, Infantile | Fever | Infection | Respiratory Sounds
47. Wen W, et al. (2016). These findings suggest potentially widespread roles of TP53 and relative RNAs in factory workers that produce arsenic compounds, which may be caused by arsenic metabolism. Arsenic Workers China leukocyte, mononuclear | urine Arsenicals | Cacodylic Acid | HOTAIR | MALAT1 | MEG3 | monomethylarsonic acid | PANDAR | TP53COR1 | TP53 Details
48. Borghini A, et al. (2016). These findings suggest that telomere shortening may represent a mechanism that contributes to arsenic-related disease, and the interaction of OGG1 and XRCC1 DNA repair polymorphisms and exposure enhances telomeric DNA damage. genetics Arsenic Subjects with gene influence:GSTT1 | Subjects with gene influence:OGG1 | Subjects with gene influence:XRCC1 Italy urine Arsenicals Details telomere maintenance
49. Balakrishnan P, et al. (2017). Strong Heart Family Study (SHFS) This hypothesis-driven association study supports the role of common variants in arsenic metabolism, particularly AS3MT and 10q24. Arsenic Study subjects United States urine Arsenic | Cacodylic Acid | monomethylarsonic acid Details
50. Xu X, et al. (2016). Our results suggest that inorganic arsenic exposure may influence the extent to which several AS3MT gene variants affect metabolism; the variants most strongly associated with inorganic arsenic metabolism (and perhaps with susceptibility to inorganic arsenic-associated disease) may vary in settings with exposure level. genetics Arsenic Subjects with gene influence:AS3MT | Study subjects Mexico urine | water, drinking Arsenicals Details detoxification of arsenic-containing substance
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