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Beck, I.* et al.: Impact of climate and anthropogenic air pollutant exposure on pollen allergenicity and allergic sensitization. Allergy 70, 246 (2015)
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Breen, M.S.* et al.: Air pollution Exposure Model for Individuals (EMI) in health studies: Evaluation for ambient PM2.5 in Central North Carolina. Environ. Sci. Technol. 49, 14184-14194 (2015)
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Dostal, M.* et al.: Health effects of ambient ultrafine particles - the project UFIREG background. Cas. Lek. Cesk. 154, 176-180 (2015)
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Gu, J. et al.: Personal day-time exposure to ultrafine particles in different microenvironments. Int. J. Hyg. Environ. Health 218, 188-195 (2015)
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Kraus, U. et al.: Individual daytime noise exposure in different microenvironments. Environ. Res. 140, 479-487 (2015)
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Peters, A. et al.: Elevated particle number concentrations induce immediate changes in heart rate variability: A panel study in individuals with impaired glucose metabolism or diabetes. Part. Fibre Toxicol. 12:7 (2015)
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Schwab, S. et al.: Vitamin E supplementation is associated with lower levels of C-reactive protein only in higher dosages and combined with other antioxidants: The Cooperative Health Research in the Region of Augsburg (KORA) F4 study. Br. J. Nutr. 113, 1782-1791 (2015)
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Su, C. et al.: Assessing responses of cardiovascular mortality to particulate matter air pollution for pre-, during- and post-2008 Olympics periods. Environ. Res. 142, 112-122 (2015)
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Thorand, B. et al.: Prevalence and determinants of herbal product use in older persons : Results from the KORA-Age study. Ann. Nutr. Metab. 67, 178-179 (2015)
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Wolf, K. et al.: Associations between short-term exposure to particulate matter and ultrafine particles and myocardial infarction in Augsburg, Germany. Int. J. Hyg. Environ. Health 218, 535-542 (2015)
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Analitis, A.* et al.: Effects of heat waves on mortality: Effect modification and confounding by air pollutants. Epidemiology 25, 15-22 (2014)
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Breitner, S. et al.: Short-term effects of air temperature on mortality and effect modification by air pollution in three cities of Bavaria, Germany: A time-series analysis. Sci. Total Environ. 485-486, 49-61 (2014)
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Breitner, S. ; Wolf, K. ; Peters, A. & Schneider, A.E.: Short-term effects of air temperature on cause-specific cardiovascular mortality in Bavaria, Germany. Heart 100, 1272-1280 (2014)
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Burkart, K.* et al.: An analysis of heat effects in different subpopulations of Bangladesh. Int. J. Biometeorol. 58, 227-237 (2014)
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Burkart, K.* et al.: The effects of season and meteorology on human mortality in tropical climates: A systematic review. Trans. Roy. Soc. Trop. Med. Hyg. 108, 393-401 (2014)
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Deffner, V.* et al.: Personal exposure to ultrafine particles: Two-level statistical modeling of background exposure and time-activity patterns during three seasons. J. Expo. Sci. Environ. Epidemiol. 26, 17-25 (2014)
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Huth, C. et al.: Job strain as a risk factor for the onset of type 2 diabetes mellitus: Findings from the MONICA/KORA Augsburg cohort study. Psychosom. Med. 76, 562-568 (2014)
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Lanzinger, S. et al.: Short-term effects of air temperature on blood pressure and pulse pressure in potentially susceptible individuals. Int. J. Hyg. Environ. Health 217, 775-784 (2014)
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Lanzinger, S. et al.: The impact of decreases in air temperature and increases in ozone on markers of endothelial function in individuals having type-2 diabetes. Environ. Res. 134, 331-338 (2014)
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Richter, K. et al.: Influence of external, intrinsic and individual behaviour variables on serum 25(OH)D in a German survey. J. Photochem. Photobiol. B-Biol. 140, 120-129 (2014)