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Reference Evaluation of NHANES biomonitoring data for volatile organic chemicals in blood: application of chemical-specific screening criteria.

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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. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 303 Study subjects blood ethylbenzene 0.031 micrograms per liter 5th percentile United States
2. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 303 Study subjects blood ethylbenzene 0.067 micrograms per liter geometric mean United States
3. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 303 Study subjects blood ethylbenzene 0.16 micrograms per liter 95th percentile United States
4. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 312 Study subjects blood Toluene 0.11 micrograms per liter 5th percentile United States
5. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 312 Study subjects blood Toluene 0.324 micrograms per liter geometric mean United States
6. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 312 Study subjects blood Toluene 0.99 micrograms per liter 95th percentile United States
7. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 314 Study subjects blood 3-xylene 0.099 micrograms per liter 5th percentile United States
8. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 314 Study subjects blood 3-xylene 0.211 micrograms per liter geometric mean United States
9. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 314 Study subjects blood 3-xylene 0.46 micrograms per liter 95th percentile United States
10. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 314 Study subjects blood 4-xylene 0.099 micrograms per liter 5th percentile United States
11. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 314 Study subjects blood 4-xylene 0.211 micrograms per liter geometric mean United States
12. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 314 Study subjects blood 4-xylene 0.46 micrograms per liter 95th percentile United States
13. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 316 Study subjects blood Benzene 0.046 micrograms per liter 5th percentile United States
14. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 316 Study subjects blood Benzene 0.136 micrograms per liter geometric mean United States
15. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 316 Study subjects blood Benzene 0.44 micrograms per liter 95th percentile United States
16. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 316 Study subjects blood Styrene 0.068 micrograms per liter geometric mean United States
17. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 316 Study subjects blood Styrene 0.18 micrograms per liter 95th percentile United States
18. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 316 Study subjects blood 2-xylene 0.03 micrograms per liter 5th percentile United States
19. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 316 Study subjects blood 2-xylene 0.048 micrograms per liter geometric mean United States
20. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 316 Study subjects blood 2-xylene 0.091 micrograms per liter 95th percentile United States
21. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 841 Study subjects blood ethylbenzene 0.028 micrograms per liter geometric mean United States
22. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 841 Study subjects blood ethylbenzene 0.071 micrograms per liter 95th percentile United States
23. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 869 Study subjects blood Toluene 0.023 micrograms per liter 5th percentile United States
24. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 869 Study subjects blood Toluene 0.082 micrograms per liter geometric mean United States
25. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 869 Study subjects blood Toluene 0.34 micrograms per liter 95th percentile United States
26. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 874 Study subjects blood Benzene 0.024 micrograms per liter geometric mean United States
27. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 874 Study subjects blood Benzene 0.06 micrograms per liter 95th percentile United States
28. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 876 Study subjects blood 3-xylene 0.052 micrograms per liter 5th percentile United States
29. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 876 Study subjects blood 3-xylene 0.122 micrograms per liter geometric mean United States
30. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 876 Study subjects blood 3-xylene 0.29 micrograms per liter 95th percentile United States
31. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 876 Study subjects blood 4-xylene 0.052 micrograms per liter 5th percentile United States
32. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 876 Study subjects blood 4-xylene 0.122 micrograms per liter geometric mean United States
33. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 876 Study subjects blood 4-xylene 0.29 micrograms per liter 95th percentile United States
34. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 880 Study subjects blood Styrene 0.026 micrograms per liter geometric mean United States
35. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 880 Study subjects blood Styrene 0.068 micrograms per liter 95th percentile United States
36. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 893 Study subjects blood 2-xylene 0.037 micrograms per liter geometric mean United States
37. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 893 Study subjects blood 2-xylene 0.083 micrograms per liter 95th percentile United States
38. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 1,213 Study subjects blood 2,5-dimethylfuran 0.0141 micrograms per liter geometric mean United States
39. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 1,213 Study subjects blood 2,5-dimethylfuran 0.14 micrograms per liter 95th percentile United States
40. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 1,307 Study subjects blood methyl tert-butyl ether 0.011 micrograms per liter geometric mean United States
41. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 1,307 Study subjects blood methyl tert-butyl ether 0.17 micrograms per liter 95th percentile United States
42. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 1,317 Study subjects blood Tetrachloroethylene 0.0422 micrograms per liter geometric mean United States
43. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 1,317 Study subjects blood Tetrachloroethylene 0.14 micrograms per liter 95th percentile United States
44. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 1,332 Study subjects blood 4-dichlorobenzene 0.194 micrograms per liter geometric mean United States
45. Kirman CR, et al. (2012). Volatile Organic Compounds 1,332 Study subjects blood 4-dichlorobenzene 3.3 micrograms per liter 95th percentile United States
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