Personal Exposure to Ultrafine Particles and Oxidative DNA Damage

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Exposure to ultrafine particles (UFPs) from vehicle exhaust has been related to risk of cardiovascular and pulmonary disease and cancer, even though exposure assessment is difficult. We studied personal exposure in terms of number concentrations of UFPs in the breathing zone, using portable instruments in six 18-hr periods in 15 healthy nonsmoking subjects… (More)

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@inproceedings{Vinzents2005PersonalET, title={Personal Exposure to Ultrafine Particles and Oxidative DNA Damage}, author={Peter S. Vinzents and Peter M\oller and Mette Sejer S\orensen and Lisbeth Ehlert Knudsen and Ole Hertel and Finn Palmgren Jensen and Bente Schibye and Steffen H Loft}, booktitle={Environmental health perspectives}, year={2005} }