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Rückerl, R. et al.: Associations between ambient air pollution and blood markers of inflammation and coagulation/fibrinolysis in susceptible populations. Environ. Int. 70, 32-49 (2014)
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Schneider, A.E. ; Breitner, S. ; Rückerl, R. & Peters, A.: Gesundheitliche Bedeutung von Luftschadstoffen : Kleine Partikel im großer (Wechsel-) Wirkung. IPP-Info 12, 4-6 (2014)
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Schwab, S. et al.: The use of dietary supplements among older persons in Southern Germany - results from the KORA-age study. J. Nutr. Health Aging 18, 510-519 (2014)
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Breitner, S. ; Schneider, A.E. & Peters, A.: Thermische Belastung, Feinstaub und Ozon – Gesundheitliche Auswirkungen und mögliche Wechselwirkungen. In: Jahn, H.J.* ; Krämer, A.* ; Wörmann, T.* [Eds.]: Klimawandel und Gesundheit : Internationale, nationale und regionale Herausforderungen und Antworten. Heidelberg: Springer, 2013. 39-62
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Burkart, K.* et al.: Interactive short-term effects of equivalent temperature and air pollution on human mortality in Berlin and Lisbon. Environ. Pollut. 183, 54-63 (2013)
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Hampel, R. et al.: Impact of personally measured pollutants on cardiac function. Int. J. Hyg. Environ. Health 217, 460-464 (2013)
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Kraus, U. et al.: Individual day-time noise exposure during routine activities and heart rate variability in adults: A repeated measures study. Environ. Health Perspect. 121, 607-612 (2013)
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Liu, L. et al.: Size-fractioned particulate air pollution and cardiovascular emergency room visits in Beijing, China. Environ. Res. 121, 52-63 (2013)
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Gu, J. et al.: Selection of key ambient particulate variables for epidemiological studies - applying cluster and heatmap analyses as tools for data reduction. Sci. Total Environ. 435-436, 541-550 (2012)
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Hampel, R. et al.: Acute air pollution effects on heart rate variability are modified by SNPs involved in cardiac rhythm in individuals with diabetes or impaired glucose tolerance. Environ. Res. 112, 177-185 (2012)
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Hampel, R. et al.: Immediate ozone effects on heart rate and repolarisation parameters in potentially susceptible individuals. Occup. Environ. Med. 69, 428-436 (2012)
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Huttunen, K.* et al.: Low-level exposure to ambient particulate matter is associated with systemic inflammation in ischemic heart disease patients. Environ. Res. 116, 44-51 (2012)
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Schäuble, C.L. et al.: Short-term effects of air temperature on blood markers of coagulation and inflammation in potentially susceptible individuals. Occup. Environ. Med. 69, 670-678 (2012)
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Brüske, I. et al.: Ambient air pollution and lipoprotein-associated phospholipase A2 in survivors of myocardial infarction. Environ. Health Perspect. 119, 921-926 (2011)
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Burkart, K.* et al.: The effect of atmospheric thermal conditions and urban thermal pollution on all-cause and cardiovascular mortality in Bangladesh. Environ. Pollut. 159, Special Issue, 2035-2043 (2011)
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Burkart, K.* et al.: Seasonal variations of all-cause and cause-specific mortality by age, gender, and socioeconomic condition in urban and rural areas of Bangladesh. Int. J. Equity Health 10:32 (2011)
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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)
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Jahn, H.J.* et al.: Particulate matter pollution in the megacities of the Pearl River Delta, China - a systematic literature review and health risk assessment. Int. J. Hyg. Environ. Health 214, 281-295 (2011)
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Kraus, U. et al.: Particle-associated organic compounds and symptoms in myocardial infarction survivors. Inhal. Toxicol. 23, 431-447 (2011)
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Liu, L. et al.: Associations between air temperature and cardio-respiratory mortality in the urban area of Beijing, China: A time-series analysis. Environ. Health 10:51 (2011)