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Masselot, P.* et al.: Differential mortality risks associated with PM2.5 components: A multi-country, multi-city study. Epidemiology 33, 167-175 (2022)
Weberpals, J.* et al.: Deep learning-based propensity scores for confounding control in comparative effectiveness research: A large-scale, real-world data study. Epidemiology 32, 378-388 (2021)
Forns, J.* et al.: Air pollution exposure during pregnancy and symptoms of attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder in children in Europe. Epidemiology 29, 618-626 (2018)
Heinrich, J. ; Feng, G.* & Trepka, M.J.*: Low-level mercury exposure and risk of Asthma in school-age children. Epidemiology 28, 116-118 (2017)
Olsson, A.C.* et al.: Exposure-response analyses of asbestos and lung cancer subtypes in a pooled analysis of case-control studies. Epidemiology 28, 288-299 (2017)
Stafoggia, M.* et al.: Association between short-term exposure to ultrafine particles and mortality in Eight European Urban Areas. Epidemiology 28, 172-180 (2017)
Beyerlein, A. et al.: Response to: Ambient air pollution is not associated with early manifestation of type 1 diabetes. Epidemiology 27, E26-E28 (2016)
Rosenbauer, J. et al.: Re: Ambient air pollution and early manifestation of type 1 diabetes. Epidemiology 27, E25-E26 (2016)
Wakeford, R.* et al.: Re: Thyroid cancer among young people in Fukushima. Epidemiology 27, E20-E21 (2016)
Beyerlein, A. et al.: Ambient air pollution and early manifestation of type 1 diabetes. Epidemiology 26, e31-e32 (2015)
Wolf, K. et al.: Long-term exposure to particulate matter constituents and the incidence of coronary events in 11 European cohorts. Epidemiology 26, 565-574 (2015)
Analitis, A.* et al.: Effects of heat waves on mortality: Effect modification and confounding by air pollutants. Epidemiology 25, 15-22 (2014)
Beelen, R.* et al.: Long-term exposure to air pollution and cardiovascular mortality : An analysis of 22 European cohorts. Epidemiology 25, 368-378 (2014)
Bind, M.A.* et al.: Effects of temperature and relative humidity on DNA methylation. Epidemiology 25, 561-569 (2014)
Eeftens, M. et al.: Elemental composition of particulate matter and the association with lung function. Epidemiology 25, 648-657 (2014)
Guxens, M.* et al.: Air pollution during pregnancy and childhood cognitive and psychomotor development: Six European birth cohorts. Epidemiology 25, 636-647 (2014)
Madrigano, J.* et al.: Temperature, myocardial infarction, and mortality: Effect modification by individual- and area-level characteristics. Epidemiology 24, 439-446 (2013)
Markevych, I.* et al.: Air pollution and liver enzymes. Epidemiology 24, 934-935 (2013)
Hampel, R. et al.: Short-term impact of ambient air pollution and air temperature on blood pressure among pregnant women. Epidemiology 22, 671-679 (2011)
Hampel, R. et al.: Association Between Air Pollution and SDNN is Modified by SNPs Involved in Cardiac Rhythm in Individuals With Diabetes or Impaired Glucose Tolerance. Epidemiology 22, S134-S134 (2011)