Fungal Fragments in Moldy Houses: A Field Study in Homes in New Orleans and Southern Ohio.

Abstract

Smaller-sized fungal fragments (<1 μm) may contribute to mold-related health effects. Previous laboratory-based studies have shown that the number concentration of fungal fragments can be up to 500 times higher than that of fungal spores, but this has not yet been confirmed in a field study due to lack of suitable methodology. We have recently developed a… (More)

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@article{Reponen2007FungalFI, title={Fungal Fragments in Moldy Houses: A Field Study in Homes in New Orleans and Southern Ohio.}, author={T. Reponen and Sung-Chul Seo and Faye Grimsley and Taekhee Lee and Carlos M Crawford and Sergey Grinshpun}, journal={Atmospheric environment}, year={2007}, volume={41 37}, pages={8140-8149} }