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Reference Urinary levoglucosan as a biomarker of wood smoke exposure: observations in a mouse model and in children.

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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. Migliaccio CT, et al. (2009). Particulate Matter 14 Children grade school children air Particulate Matter 5.9 micrograms per cubic meter mean United States
2. Migliaccio CT, et al. (2009). Particulate Matter 14 Children grade school children air 1,6-anhydro-beta-glucopyranose 98.5 nanograms per cubic meter mean United States
3. Migliaccio CT, et al. (2009). Particulate Matter 14 Children grade school children air Particulate Matter 41.1 micrograms per cubic meter mean United States
4. Migliaccio CT, et al. (2009). Particulate Matter 2 Children grade school children urine 1,6-anhydro-beta-glucopyranose 18.9 nanograms per milligram creatinine mean United States
5. Migliaccio CT, et al. (2009). Particulate Matter 5 Children children with woodstove in home urine 1,6-anhydro-beta-glucopyranose 42.9 nanograms per milligram creatinine mean United States
6. Migliaccio CT, et al. (2009). Particulate Matter 6 Children sample collected in evening urine 1,6-anhydro-beta-glucopyranose 87.9 nanograms per milligram creatinine mean United States
7. Migliaccio CT, et al. (2009). Particulate Matter 6 Children smoking in the home urine 1,6-anhydro-beta-glucopyranose 109.6 nanograms per milligram creatinine mean United States
8. Migliaccio CT, et al. (2009). Particulate Matter 7 Children urinary cotinine <10 nanograms per milligram creatinine urine 1,6-anhydro-beta-glucopyranose 66.6 nanograms per milligram creatinine mean United States
9. Migliaccio CT, et al. (2009). Particulate Matter 7 Children urinary cotinine >=10 nanograms per milligram creatinine urine 1,6-anhydro-beta-glucopyranose 43.8 nanograms per milligram creatinine mean United States
10. Migliaccio CT, et al. (2009). Particulate Matter 8 Children no smoking in the home urine 1,6-anhydro-beta-glucopyranose 14.3 nanograms per milligram creatinine mean United States
11. Migliaccio CT, et al. (2009). Particulate Matter 8 Children sample collected in morning urine 1,6-anhydro-beta-glucopyranose 30.6 nanograms per milligram creatinine mean United States
12. Migliaccio CT, et al. (2009). Particulate Matter 9 Children children without woodstove in home urine 1,6-anhydro-beta-glucopyranose 62 nanograms per milligram creatinine mean United States
13. Migliaccio CT, et al. (2009). Particulate Matter 12 Children grade school children urine 1,6-anhydro-beta-glucopyranose 61.2 nanograms per milligram creatinine mean United States
14. Migliaccio CT, et al. (2009). Particulate Matter 14 Children grade school children urine 1,6-anhydro-beta-glucopyranose 55 nanograms per milligram creatinine mean United States
15. Migliaccio CT, et al. (2009). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 6 Children smoking in the home urine Cotinine 28 nanograms per milligram creatinine mean United States
16. Migliaccio CT, et al. (2009). Tobacco Smoke Pollution 8 Children no smoking in the home urine Cotinine 22 nanograms per milligram creatinine mean United States
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