Early Postnatal Exposure to Ultrafine Particulate Matter Air Pollution: Persistent Ventriculomegaly, Neurochemical Disruption, and Glial Activation Preferentially in Male Mice

@article{Allen2014EarlyPE,
  title={Early Postnatal Exposure to Ultrafine Particulate Matter Air Pollution: Persistent Ventriculomegaly, Neurochemical Disruption, and Glial Activation Preferentially in Male Mice},
  author={J. L. Allen and Xiufang Liu and Sean Pelkowski and Brian Palmer and K. Conrad and G. Oberd{\"o}rster and D. Weston and M. Mayer-Pr{\"o}schel and D. Cory-Slechta},
  journal={Environmental Health Perspectives},
  year={2014},
  volume={122},
  pages={939 - 945}
}
  • J. L. Allen, Xiufang Liu, +6 authors D. Cory-Slechta
  • Published 2014
  • Medicine
  • Environmental Health Perspectives
  • Background: Air pollution has been associated with adverse neurological and behavioral health effects in children and adults. Recent studies link air pollutant exposure to adverse neurodevelopmental outcomes, including increased risk for autism, cognitive decline, ischemic stroke, schizophrenia, and depression. Objectives: We sought to investigate the mechanism(s) by which exposure to ultrafine concentrated ambient particles (CAPs) adversely influences central nervous system (CNS) development… CONTINUE READING
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