Biomarkers of exposure in environment-wide association studies - Opportunities to decode the exposome using human biomonitoring data.
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De Vocht, Frank
Grimalt, Joan O
Karakitsios, Spyros P
Tratnik, Janja Snoj
Sarigiannis, Dimosthenis A
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AbstractData about internal exposures are useful to decode the exposome. The paper provides extensive information for EWAS. Information included serves as a guideline - snapshot in time without any claim to comprehensiveness - to interpret HBM data and offers opportunities to collect information about the internal exposure of stressors if no specific BoE is available.
CitationEnviron. Res. 2018, 164:597-624
SponsorsThis work has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No. 603946 (Health and Environment-wide Associations based on Large population Surveys, HEALS). All HEALS partners involved in the discussion of deliverable 4.2 during the annual HEALS meeting in Edinburgh, UK, on September 16, 2014, are grate-fully acknowledged. Special thanks go to our colleagues outside WP4 and outside HEALS who reviewed chapters of their expertise: Thank you, Tomislav Bituh, Danijela Š timac, and Matthias Weigl.
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