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Reference The blight of pollution keratoconjunctivitis among children in oil-producing industrial areas of Delta State, Nigeria.

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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. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Environmental Pollutants 100 Children from Aladja (controls) tear Soot 0.6 percent per milliliter control group Nigeria
2. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Environmental Pollutants 100 Children from Aladja (controls) tear Tetraethyl Lead 0.01 micrograms per milliliter control group Nigeria
3. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Environmental Pollutants 100 Children from Ekpan (exposed) tear Soot 2 percent per milliliter exposed group Nigeria
4. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Environmental Pollutants 100 Children from Ekpan (exposed) tear Tetraethyl Lead 0.01 micrograms per milliliter exposed group Nigeria
5. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Environmental Pollutants 100 Children from Warri (exposed) tear Soot 1.5 percent per milliliter exposed group Nigeria
6. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Environmental Pollutants 100 Children from Warri (exposed) tear Tetraethyl Lead 0.01 micrograms per milliliter exposed group Nigeria
7. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Environmental Pollutants 200 Children from Warri and Ekpan (exposed) tear Soot Nigeria positive correlation Keratoconjunctivitis
8. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Environmental Pollutants soil Soot 1.2 percent per cubic centimeter control area (Aladja) Nigeria
9. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Environmental Pollutants soil Tetraethyl Lead 10 micrograms per cubic centimeter control area (Aladja) Nigeria
10. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Environmental Pollutants soil Soot 2.7 percent per cubic centimeter exposed area (Ekpan) Nigeria
11. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Environmental Pollutants soil Tetraethyl Lead 33 micrograms per cubic centimeter exposed area (Ekpan) Nigeria
12. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Environmental Pollutants soil Soot 2.1 percent per cubic centimeter exposed area (Warri) Nigeria
13. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Environmental Pollutants soil Tetraethyl Lead 17 micrograms per cubic centimeter exposed area (Warri) Nigeria
14. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Environmental Pollutants water, rain Soot 0.09 milligrams per milliliter control area (Aladja) Nigeria
15. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Environmental Pollutants water, rain Tetraethyl Lead 2 micrograms per milliliter control area (Aladja) Nigeria
16. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Environmental Pollutants water, rain Soot 0.18 milligrams per milliliter exposed area (Ekpan) Nigeria
17. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Environmental Pollutants water, rain Tetraethyl Lead 9 micrograms per milliliter exposed area (Ekpan) Nigeria
18. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Environmental Pollutants water, rain Soot 0.11 milligrams per milliliter exposed area (Warri) Nigeria
19. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Environmental Pollutants water, rain Tetraethyl Lead 4 micrograms per milliliter exposed area (Warri) Nigeria
20. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Industrial Waste 100 Children from Aladja (controls) tear Soot 0.6 percent per milliliter control group Nigeria
21. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Industrial Waste 100 Children from Aladja (controls) tear Tetraethyl Lead 0.01 micrograms per milliliter control group Nigeria
22. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Industrial Waste 100 Children from Ekpan (exposed) tear Soot 2 percent per milliliter exposed group Nigeria
23. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Industrial Waste 100 Children from Ekpan (exposed) tear Tetraethyl Lead 0.01 micrograms per milliliter exposed group Nigeria
24. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Industrial Waste 100 Children from Warri (exposed) tear Soot 1.5 percent per milliliter exposed group Nigeria
25. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Industrial Waste 100 Children from Warri (exposed) tear Tetraethyl Lead 0.01 micrograms per milliliter exposed group Nigeria
26. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Industrial Waste 200 Children from Warri and Ekpan (exposed) tear Soot Nigeria positive correlation Keratoconjunctivitis
27. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Industrial Waste soil Soot 1.2 percent per cubic centimeter control area (Aladja) Nigeria
28. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Industrial Waste soil Tetraethyl Lead 10 micrograms per cubic centimeter control area (Aladja) Nigeria
29. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Industrial Waste soil Soot 2.7 percent per cubic centimeter exposed area (Ekpan) Nigeria
30. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Industrial Waste soil Tetraethyl Lead 33 micrograms per cubic centimeter exposed area (Ekpan) Nigeria
31. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Industrial Waste soil Soot 2.1 percent per cubic centimeter exposed area (Warri) Nigeria
32. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Industrial Waste soil Tetraethyl Lead 17 micrograms per cubic centimeter exposed area (Warri) Nigeria
33. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Industrial Waste water, rain Soot 0.09 milligrams per milliliter control area (Aladja) Nigeria
34. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Industrial Waste water, rain Tetraethyl Lead 2 micrograms per milliliter control area (Aladja) Nigeria
35. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Industrial Waste water, rain Soot 0.18 milligrams per milliliter exposed area (Ekpan) Nigeria
36. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Industrial Waste water, rain Tetraethyl Lead 9 micrograms per milliliter exposed area (Ekpan) Nigeria
37. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Industrial Waste water, rain Soot 0.11 milligrams per milliliter exposed area (Warri) Nigeria
38. Asonye CC, et al. (2004). Industrial Waste water, rain Tetraethyl Lead 4 micrograms per milliliter exposed area (Warri) Nigeria
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