Comparative mutagenic activity of atmospheric particulate matter from limeira, stockholm, and kyoto

Comparative mutagenic activity of atmospheric particulate matter from limeira, stockholm, and kyoto

Bianca S. Maselli, Macelle C. G. Giron, Hwanmi Lim, Christoffer Bergvall, Roger Westerholm, Kristian Dreij, Tetsushi Watanabe, Arnaldo A. Cardoso, Gisela A. Umbuzeiro, Fabio Kummrow

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Atmospheric particulate matter (PM) organic fractions from urban centers are frequently mutagenic for the Salmonella/microsome assay. This mutagenicity is related to both primary and secondary pollutants, and meteorological conditions have great influence on the secondary pollutant's formation. Our...

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Comparative mutagenic activity of atmospheric particulate matter from limeira, stockholm, and kyoto

Bianca S. Maselli, Macelle C. G. Giron, Hwanmi Lim, Christoffer Bergvall, Roger Westerholm, Kristian Dreij, Tetsushi Watanabe, Arnaldo A. Cardoso, Gisela A. Umbuzeiro, Fabio Kummrow


										

Comparative mutagenic activity of atmospheric particulate matter from limeira, stockholm, and kyoto

Bianca S. Maselli, Macelle C. G. Giron, Hwanmi Lim, Christoffer Bergvall, Roger Westerholm, Kristian Dreij, Tetsushi Watanabe, Arnaldo A. Cardoso, Gisela A. Umbuzeiro, Fabio Kummrow

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    Environmental and molecular mutagenesis

    Vol. 60, no. 7 (Aug., 2019), p. 607-616