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Published in Respiratory Medicine

News · June 15, 2021

Prenatal Exposure to Ultrafine Particles Tied to Child Asthma

Sex differences seen in sensitive windows, with highest risk for asthma seen for females exposed to higher levels of UFPs in late pregnancy

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