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Insights Into Emissions and Exposures From Use of Industrial-Scale Additive Manufacturing Machines

Stefaniak , Johnson AR, du Preez S, Hammond DR, Wells JR, Ham JE, LeBouf RF, Martin SB, Duling MG, Bowers LN, Knepp AK, de Beer DJ, du Plessis JL

BACKGROUND: Emerging reports suggest the potential for adverse health effects from exposure to emissions from some additive manufacturing (AM) processes. There is a paucity of real-world data on emissions from...
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Evaluation of Hazardous Chemicals with Material Safety Data Sheet and By-products of a Photoresist Used in the Semiconductor-Manufacturing Industry

Jang M, Yoon C, Park J, Kwon O

BACKGROUND: The photolithography process in the semiconductor industry uses various chemicals with little information on their constitution. This study aimed to identify the chemical constituents of photoresist (PR) products and...
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The exposure level of environmental harmful substances related to the secondhand smoke in Korean non-smoker adults: data from the second Korean National Environmental Health Survey (KoNEHS 2012–2014): a cross-sectional study

Kim SW, Jung SW, Lee JG, Joo JH, Lee JH, Lee KJ

BACKGROUND: We aimed to find the exposure level of environmental harmful substances related to the secondhand smoke (SHS) using a nationally representative data of the general population in Korea. METHODS: Total...
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Biomarkers for Recurrent Wheezing and Asthma in Preschool Children

Lee YJ, Fujisawa T, Kim CK

Wheezing is one of the characteristic symptoms of asthma, but all preschool children with wheezing are not diagnosed with asthma. Preschool children are not cooperative enough to participate in spirometry...
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Serum Periostin Is Negatively Correlated With Exposure to Formaldehyde and Volatile Organic Compounds in Children

Yon DK, An J, Ha EK, Jee HM, Izuhara K, Ono J, Jung YH, Lee KS, Sheen YH, Baek H, Han MY

Epidemiological studies have shown that exposure to tobacco smoke causing irritation and inflammation in the airways tends to reduce serum periostin concentrations in adults. We now investigate prospective cross-sectional study...
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Nasal Trigeminal Chemoreception

Kim BG, Kim JS

The sensory function of the trigeminal nerve is to provide tactile, proprioceptive, and nociceptive afference by chemical stimulation. Various physical responses of the trigeminal nerve to stimuli help to defend...
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Comparison of volatile organic compounds between cigarette smoke condensate (CSC) and extract (CSE) samples

Kim YH, An YJ, Jo S, Lee SH, Lee SJ, Choi SJ, Lee K

Cigarette smoke is a major risk factor for several diseases, including chronic obstructive pulmonary and cardiovascular diseases. The toxicity of the cigarette smoke can be determined in vitro. The cytotoxicity...
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The “Warm Zone” Cases: Environmental Monitoring Immediately Outside the Fire Incident Response Arena by Firefighters

Caban-Martinez AJ, Kropa B, Niemczyk N, Moore KJ, Baum J, Solle NS, Sterling D, Kobetz EN

Hazardous work zones (i.e., hot, warm, and cold) are typically established by emergency response teams during hazardous materials (HAZMAT) callsbut less consistently for fire responses to segment personnel and response...
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Screening and Evaluation of Yeast Antagonists for Biological Control of Botrytis cinerea on Strawberry Fruits

Chen PH, Chen RY, Chou JY

Gray mold (Botrytis cinerea) is one of the most common diseases of strawberries (Fragaria × ananassa Duchesne) worldwide. Although many chemical fungicides are used for controlling the growth of B....
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Drosophila melanogaster as a Model for Studying Aspergillus fumigatus

AL-Maliki , Martinez S, Piszczatowski P, Bennett JW

Drosophila melanogaster is a useful model organism that offers essential insights into developmental and cellular processes shared with humans, which has been adapted for large scale analysis of medically important...
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The impact of indoor air pollution on asthma

Park DW, Kim SH, Yoon HJ

Asthma is a common, chronic respiratory disease which is a serious issue for healthcare worldwide. When treating asthma, the main therapeutic goals are to achieve good control of symptoms and...
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Study of the removal difference in indoor particulate matter and volatile organic compounds through the application of plants

Hong SH, Hong J, Yu J, Lim Y

This study was conducted to evaluate the ability of plants to purify indoor air by observing the effective reduction rate among pollutant types of particulate matter (PM) and volatile organic...
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Arabidopsis thaliana as Bioindicator of Fungal VOCs in Indoor Air

Lee S, Hung R, Yin G, Klich MA, Grimm C, Bennett JW

In this paper, we demonstrate the ability of Arabidopsis thaliana to detect different mixtures of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) emitted by the common indoor fungus, Aspergillus versicolor, and demonstrate the...
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Exposure Characteristics of Construction Painters to Organic Solvents

Park H, Park HD, Jang JK

BACKGROUND: Construction painters have not been studied well in terms of their hazards exposure. The objective of this study was to evaluate the exposure levels of total volatile organic compounds...
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Indoor air pollutants and atopic dermatitis in socioeconomically disadvantaged children

Seo SC, Kang IS, Lim SG, Choung JT, Yoo Y

PURPOSE: The aims of this study were to examine indoor concentrations of air pollutants in socioeconomically disadvantaged houses and to investigate relationships between indoor air pollutant levels and the severity...
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Health Effects of Small Volatile Compounds from East Asian Medicinal Mushrooms

Pennerman , Yin G, Bennett JW

Medicinal fungi, taken whole or as various forms of extracts, have been used to alleviate, cure or prevent human ailments since pre-historic times. In particular, Asian cultures have incorporated a...
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The Effect of Environmentally Friendly Wallpaper and Flooring Material on Indoor Air Quality and Atopic Dermatitis: A Pilot Study

Na JI, Byun SY, Jeong MY, Park KC, Huh CH

BACKGROUND: Formaldehyde (FA) and other volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are considered among the main causes of atopic aggravation. Their main sources include wallpapers, paints, adhesives, and flooring materials. OBJECTIVE: To assess...
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Assessment of Occupational Symptoms and Chemical Exposures for Nail Salon Technicians in Daegu City, Korea

Park SA, Gwak S, Choi S

  • KMID: 1791983
  • J Prev Med Public Health.
  • 2014 May;47(3):169-176.
OBJECTIVES: This study aimed to evaluate occupational symptoms and chemical exposures of nail salon technicians. METHODS: Work-related symptoms of nail salon technicians in Daegu City were surveyed using a researcher-administered questionnaire,...
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House-plant placement for indoor air purification and health benefits on asthmatics

Kim HH, Yang JY, Lee JY, Park JW, Kim KJ, Lim BS, Lee GW, Lee SE, Shin DC, Lim YW

OBJECTIVES: Some plants were placed in indoor locations frequented by asthmatics in order to evaluate the quality of indoor air and examine the health benefits to asthmatics. METHODS: The present study...
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Effect of air purifier on indoor air quality and atopic dermatitis

Park HC, Kim YH, Kim JE, Ko JY, Nam Goung , Lee CM, Kim YS, Ro YS

PURPOSE: High level of indoor air pollutant may cause aggravation of atopic diseases long with various allergic respiratory diseases especially in people who spend mostly of their lives indoors. The...
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