Tropospheric ozone and skin aging: Results from two German cohort studies.

@article{Fuks2019TroposphericOA,
  title={Tropospheric ozone and skin aging: Results from two German cohort studies.},
  author={Kateryna B. Fuks and Anke H{\"u}ls and Dorothea Sugiri and Hicran Altug and Andrea Vierk{\"o}tter and Michael John Abramson and Jan Goebel and Gert G. Wagner and Ilja Demuth and Jean Krutmann and Tamara Schikowski},
  journal={Environment international},
  year={2019},
  volume={124},
  pages={
          139-144
        }
}
During the last two decades, it has been well established that a short-term exposure to ozone (O3) elicits an oxidative stress response in human and mouse skin, which leads to aberrant transcriptional expression of genes consistent with increased skin aging. Whether a long-term exposure to ambient O3 is associated with any skin aging traits, has remained unclear. We addressed this question in two elderly German cohorts: the SALIA study (806 women aged 66-79 years), and the BASE-II study (1207… 
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