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Assessment of the Feasibility of a Future Integrated Larger-Scale Epidemiological Study to Evaluate Health Risks of Air Pollution Episodes in Children.

Christophe, Stroobants; Bernard, Alfred; D, Saenen,; Nawrot, Tim; Roosens, Nancy; De Keersmaecker, Sigrid Source: Int J Environ Res Public Health, Volume 19, Issue 14 (2022) Keywords: Air Pollutants air ...

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Publication Type: Popular-science publication (vulgarising publication) Authors: Véronique Fouya; Alfred Bernard; Bart Desmedt Source: RTBF, rtbf.be, Belgique (2021) URL: ...

Development of a multiplex mass spectrometry method for simultaneous quantification of urinary proteins related to respiratory health

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Nauwelaerts, Sarah; Roosens, Nancy; Bernard, Alfred; De Keersmaecker, Sigrid; De Cremer, Koen Source: Scientific Reports, Volume 11, Issue ...

Gender‐dependent association between exhaled nitric oxide and the CC16 38AA genotype in young school children

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: S. Nauwelaerts; Nancy Roosens; Koen De Cremer; Bernard, Alfred; Sigrid De Keersmaecker Source: Immunity, Inflammation and Disease (2020) ...

Selection of a Noninvasive Source of Human DNA Envisaging Genotyping Assays in Epidemiological Studies: Urine or Saliva?

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: S. Nauwelaerts; Van Geel, Dirk; Delvoye, Maud; Koen De Cremer; Bernard, Alfred; Nancy Roosens; Sigrid De Keersmaecker Source: Journal of ...

Comparative study of seven commercial kits for human DNA extraction from urine samples suitable for DNA biomarker-based public health studies.

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Bali, Latifa; Diman, Aurélie; Bernard, Alfred; Roosens, Nancy; De Keersmaecker, Sigrid Source: J Biomol Tech, Volume 25, Issue 4, p.96-110 ...

Urinary CC16, a potential indicator of lung integrity and inflammation, increases in children after short-term exposure to PM/PM and is driven by the CC16 38GG genotype.

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Nauwelaerts, Sarah; Nina, Van; Tenas, Ureña,; De Cremer, Koen; Bernard, Alfred; D, Saenen,; Nawrot, Tim; Roosens, Nancy; De Keersmaecker, ...

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