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Breitner, S. et al.: Ambient and controlled exposures to particulate air pollution and acute changes in heart rate variability and repolarization. Sci. Rep. 9:1946 (2019)
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Chen, K. et al.: Temporal variations in the triggering of myocardial infarction by air temperature in Augsburg, Germany, 1987-2014. Eur. Heart J. 40, 1600-1608 (2019)
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Beck, C.* et al.: Air temperature characteristics of local climate zones in the Augsburg urban area (Bavaria, southern Germany) under varying synoptic conditions. Urban Climate 25, 152-166 (2018)
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Chen, K. et al.: Two-way effect modifications of air pollution and air temperature on total natural and cardiovascular mortality in eight European urban areas. Environ. Int. 116, 186-196 (2018)
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Chen, K. et al.: Does temperature-confounding control influence the modifying effect of air temperature in ozone–mortality associations? Environ. Epi. 2:e008 (2018)
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Deffner, V.* et al.: Mixtures of Berkson and classical covariate measurement error in the linear mixed model: Bias analysis and application to a study on ultrafine particles. Biom. J. 60, 480-497 (2018)
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Pilz, V. et al.: C-reactive protein (CRP) and long-term air pollution with a focus on ultrafine particles. Int. J. Hyg. Environ. Health 221, 510-518 (2018)
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Zhang, S. et al.: Long-term effects of air pollution on ankle-brachial index. Environ. Int. 118, 17-25 (2018)
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Zhang, S. et al.: Short-term effects of fine particulate matter and ozone on the cardiac conduction system in patients undergoing cardiac catheterization. Part. Fibre Toxicol. 15:38 (2018)
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Schneider, A.E. ; Rückerl, R. ; Breitner, S. ; Wolf, K. & Peters, A.: Thermal control, weather, and aging. Curr. Environ. Health Rep. 4, 21-29 (2017)
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Stafoggia, M.* ; Breitner, S. ; Hampel, R. & Basagaña, X.*: Statistical approaches to address multi-pollutant mixtures and multiple exposures: The State of the Science. Curr. Environ. Health Rep. 4, 481-490 (2017)
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Wolf, K. et al.: Erratum. Association between long-term exposure to air pollution and biomarkers related to insulin resistance, subclinical inflammation, and adipokines (vol 65, pg 3314, 2016). Diabetes 66, 2725-2725 (2017)
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Breitner, S. et al.: Associations among plasma metabolite levels and short-term exposure to PM2.5 and ozone in a cardiac catheterization cohort. Environ. Int. 97, 76-84 (2016)
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Burkart, K.* et al.: Modification of heat-related mortality in an elderly urban population by vegetation (urban green) and proximity to water (urban blue): Evidence from Lisbon, Portugal. Environ. Health Perspect. 124, 927-934 (2016)
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Hampel, R. et al.: Short-term effects of air temperature on plasma metabolite concentrations in patients undergoing cardiac catheterization. Environ. Res. 151, 224-232 (2016)
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Lanzinger, S. et al.: Associations between ultrafine and fine particles and mortality in five central European cities - results from the UFIREG study. Environ. Int. 88, 44-52 (2016)
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Lanzinger, S. et al.: Ultrafine and fine particles and hospital admissions in Central Europe: Results from the UFIREG study. Am. J. Respir. Crit. Care Med. 194, 1233-1241 (2016)
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Rückerl, R. et al.: Association of novel metrics of particulate matter with vascular markers of inflammation and coagulation in susceptible populations - results from a panel study. Environ. Res. 150, 337-347 (2016)
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Schneider, A.E. & Breitner, S.: Temperature effects on health - current findings and future implications. EBioMedicine 6, 29-30 (2016)
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Su, C. et al.: Short-term effects of fine particulate air pollution on cardiovascular hospital emergency room visits: A time-series study in Beijing, China. Int. Arch. Occup. Environ. Health 89, 641-657 (2016)