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Hillemann, L.* et al.: Charakterisierung von Partikelemissionen aus dem Trennschleifprozess von kohlefaserverstärktem Beton (Carbonbeton). Gefahrstoffe Reinhalt. Luft 78, 230-240 (2018)
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Kanashova, T.* et al.: Emissions from a modern log wood masonry heater and wood pellet boiler: Composition and biological impact on air-liquid interface exposed human lung cancer cells. J. Mol. Clin. Med. 1, 23-35 (2018)
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Côme, C.* et al.: CIP2A promotes T-cell activation and immune response to Listeria monocytogenes infection. PLoS ONE 11:e0152996 (2016)
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Mülhopt, S.* et al.: Toxicity testing of combustion aerosols at the air-liquid interface with a self-contained and easy-to-use exposure system. J. Aerosol Sci. 96, 38-55 (2016)
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Sapcariu, S.C.* et al.: Metabolic profiling as well as stable isotope assisted metabolic and proteomic analysis of RAW 264.7 macrophages exposed to ship engine aerosol emissions: Different effects of heavy fuel oil and refined diesel fuel. PLoS ONE 11:e0157964 (2016)
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Frank, U. et al.: Ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia): How does Ambrosia pollen react to different air pollution? A systems biology approach. Allergy 70, 128 (2015)
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Oeder, S. et al.: Particulate matter from both heavy fuel oil and diesel fuel shipping emissions show strong biological effects on human lung cells at realistic and comparable in vitro exposure conditions. PLoS ONE 10:e0126536 (2015)
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Oeder, S. et al.: Pollen-derived non-allergenic substances enhance Th2-induced IgE production in B cells. Allergy 70, 1450-1460 (2015)
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Oeder, S. et al.: Immunological effects of particles and gases from ship diesel emissions in human bronchial epithelial cells. Allergy 70, 518-519 (2015)
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Wimmer, M. et al.: Pollen-derived adenosine is a necessary co-factor for ragweed allergy. Allergy 70, 944-954 (2015)
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Oeder, S. et al.: Immunological effects of ship diesel emissions in on-line exposed human bronchial epithelial cells. Allergy 69, 454 (2014)
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Oeder, S. et al.: Toxicity and elemental composition of particulate matter from outdoor and indoor air of elementary schools in Munich, Germany. Indoor Air 22, 148-158 (2012)
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Oeder, S. et al.: Airborne indoor particles from schools are more toxic than outdoor particles. Am. J. Respir. Cell Mol. Biol. 47, 575-582 (2012)
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Oeder, S. et al.: Differential induction of inflammatory and xenobiotic metabolizing genes by indoor and outdoor PM10. Naunyn-Schmiedebergs Arch. Pharmakol. 381, 66 (2010)
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Schober, W. et al.: Metabolic activation of phenanthrene by human and mouse cytochromes P450 and pharmacokinetics in CYP1A2 knockout mice. Chem. Biol. Interact. 183, 57-66 (2010)