Residential fungal contamination and health: microbial cohabitants as covariates.

Abstract

An association between symptoms and residential mold growth has been consistently observed in several countries, but the contribution of dust mites and bacterial endotoxins to this relation has not been established. To address this issue, we studied a sample of 403 Canadian elementary school children during the winter months. Reported mold growth was… (More)

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@article{Dales1999ResidentialFC, title={Residential fungal contamination and health: microbial cohabitants as covariates.}, author={Robert Edgar Dales and D. Miller}, journal={Environmental Health Perspectives}, year={1999}, volume={107}, pages={481 - 483} }