Indoor PM2.5 exposure affects skin aging manifestation in a Chinese population

Abstract

Traffic-related air pollution is known to be associated with skin aging manifestations. We previously found that the use of fossil fuels was associated with skin aging, but no direct link between indoor air pollutants and skin aging manifestations has ever been shown. Here we directly measured the indoor PM2.5 exposure in 30 households in Taizhou, China… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-15295-8

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@inproceedings{Ding2017IndoorPE, title={Indoor PM2.5 exposure affects skin aging manifestation in a Chinese population}, author={Anan Ding and Yajun Yang and Zhuohui Zhao and Anke H{\"{u}ls and Andrea Vierkoetter and Ziyu Yuan and Jing Cai and Juan Zhang and Wenshan Gao and Jinxi Li and Manfei Zhang and Mary Steidl Matsui and Jean Krutmann and Haidong Kan and Tamara Schikowski and Li Jin and Sijia Wang}, booktitle={Scientific reports}, year={2017} }