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Reference Association between NOx exposure and deaths caused by respiratory diseases in a medium-sized Brazilian city.

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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. César AC, et al. (2015). Air Pollutants 290,000 Study subjects residents of Taubate, Sao Paulo, Brazil air, ambient Carbon Monoxide 129.77 parts per billion mean estimated daily levels Brazil
2. César AC, et al. (2015). Air Pollutants 290,000 Study subjects residents of Taubate, Sao Paulo, Brazil air, ambient Carbon Monoxide 20 parts per billion minimum estimated daily levels Brazil
3. César AC, et al. (2015). Air Pollutants 290,000 Study subjects residents of Taubate, Sao Paulo, Brazil air, ambient Carbon Monoxide 550 parts per billion maximum estimated daily levels Brazil
4. César AC, et al. (2015). Air Pollutants 290,000 Study subjects residents of Taubate, Sao Paulo, Brazil air, ambient Nitrogen Oxides 0.2 micrograms per cubic meter minimum estimated daily levels Brazil
5. César AC, et al. (2015). Air Pollutants 290,000 Study subjects residents of Taubate, Sao Paulo, Brazil air, ambient Nitrogen Oxides 2.89 micrograms per cubic meter mean estimated daily levels Brazil
6. César AC, et al. (2015). Air Pollutants 290,000 Study subjects residents of Taubate, Sao Paulo, Brazil air, ambient Nitrogen Oxides 44.4 micrograms per cubic meter maximum estimated daily levels Brazil
7. César AC, et al. (2015). Air Pollutants 290,000 Study subjects residents of Taubate, Sao Paulo, Brazil air, ambient Nitrogen Oxides Brazil positive correlation Death
8. César AC, et al. (2015). Air Pollutants 290,000 Study subjects residents of Taubate, Sao Paulo, Brazil air, ambient Nitrogen Oxides Brazil positive correlation Respiration Disorders
9. César AC, et al. (2015). Air Pollutants 290,000 Study subjects residents of Taubate, Sao Paulo, Brazil air, ambient Ozone 0 micrograms per cubic meter minimum estimated daily levels Brazil
10. César AC, et al. (2015). Air Pollutants 290,000 Study subjects residents of Taubate, Sao Paulo, Brazil air, ambient Ozone 254.7 micrograms per cubic meter maximum estimated daily levels Brazil
11. César AC, et al. (2015). Air Pollutants 290,000 Study subjects residents of Taubate, Sao Paulo, Brazil air, ambient Ozone 62.09 micrograms per cubic meter mean estimated daily levels Brazil
12. César AC, et al. (2015). Air Pollutants 290,000 Study subjects residents of Taubate, Sao Paulo, Brazil air, ambient Particulate Matter 0.4 micrograms per cubic meter minimum estimated daily levels, particulate matter PM2.5 Brazil
13. César AC, et al. (2015). Air Pollutants 290,000 Study subjects residents of Taubate, Sao Paulo, Brazil air, ambient Particulate Matter 127.5 micrograms per cubic meter maximum estimated daily levels, particulate matter PM2.5 Brazil
14. César AC, et al. (2015). Air Pollutants 290,000 Study subjects residents of Taubate, Sao Paulo, Brazil air, ambient Particulate Matter 13.72 micrograms per cubic meter mean estimated daily levels, particulate matter PM2.5 Brazil
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