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Jin, L.* et al.: Contributions of city-specific fine particulate matter (PM2.5) to differential in vitro oxidative stress and toxicity implications between Beijing and Guangzhou of China. Environ. Sci. Technol. 53, 2881-2891 (2019)
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Miersch, T.* et al.: Composition of carbonaceous fine particulate emissions of a flexible fuel DISI engine under high velocity and municipal conditions. Fuel 236, 1465-1473 (2019)
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Miersch, T.* et al.: Impact of photochemical ageing on Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH) and oxygenated PAH (Oxy-PAH/OH-PAH) in logwood stove emissions. Sci. Total Environ. 686, 382-392 (2019)
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Miettinen, M.* et al.: PM2.5 concentration and composition in the urban air of Nanjing, China: Effects of emission control measures applied during the 2014 Youth Olympic Games. Sci. Total Environ. 652, 1-18 (2019)
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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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Li, F. et al.: Organic speciation of ambient quasi-ultrafine particulate matter (PM0.36) in Augsburg, Germany: Seasonal variability and source apportionment. Sci. Total Environ. 615, 828-837 (2018)
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Li, F. et al.: Spatial and temporal variation of sources contributing to quasi-ultrafine particulate matter PM0.36 in Augsburg, Germany. Sci. Total Environ. 631-632, 191-200 (2018)
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Shen, R.* et al.: Seasonal variability and source distribution of haze particles from a continuous one-year study in Beijing. Atmos. Pollut. Res. 9, 627-633 (2018)
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Czech, H.* et al.: Chemical composition and speciation of particulate organic matter from modern residential small-scale wood combustion appliances. Sci. Total Environ. 612, 636-648 (2017)
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Bozzetti, C.* et al.: Size-resolved identification, characterization and quantification of primary biological organic aerosol at a European rural site. Environ. Sci. Technol. 50, 3425-3434 (2016)
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Bozzetti, C.* et al.: Correction to :Size-resolved identification, characterization and quantification of primary biological organic aerosol at a european rural site(Environ. Sci. Technol. (2016) 50 (3425−3434) DOI : 10.1021/acs.est.5b05960). Environ. Sci. Technol. 50, 13177-13178 (2016)
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Li, F. et al.: Semi-continuous sampling of health relevant atmospheric particle subfractions for chemical speciation using a rotating drum impactor in series with sequential filter sampler. Environ. Sci. Pollut. Res. 23, 7278-7287 (2016)
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Shen, R.* et al.: Characteristics and sources of PM in seasonal perspective - a case study from one year continuously sampling in Beijing. Atmos. Pollut. Res. 7, 235-248 (2016)
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Ulevicius, V.* et al.: Fossil and non-fossil source contributions to atmospheric carbonaceous aerosols during extreme spring grassland fires in Eastern Europe. Atmos. Chem. Phys. 16, 5513-5529 (2016)
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Müller, L. et al.: Online determination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon formation from a flame soot generator. Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 407, 5911-5922 (2015)
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Müller, L. et al.: Erratum to: Online determination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon formation from a flame soot generator. Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 407:5987 (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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Reda, A. et al.: Corrigendum: Gas phase carbonyl compounds in ship emissions: Differences between diesel fuel and heavy fuel oil operation. Atmos. Environ. 112, 370-380 (2015)
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Reda, A. et al.: Corrigendum to "Gas phase carbonyl compounds in ship emissions: Differences between diesel fuel and heavy fuel oil operation". Atmos. Environ. 112, 369 (2015)
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Reda, A. et al.: Analysis of gas-phase carbonyl compounds in emissions from modern wood combustion appliances: Influence of wood type and combustion appliance. Energy Fuels 29, 3897-3907 (2015)