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- Yu, Shouzhong, et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Environmental toxicology 2016 v.31 no.12 pp. 2028-2044
- adverse effects; apoptosis; embryo culture; embryogenesis; embryotoxicity; head; human health; interphase; mitogen-activated protein kinase; particulates; pregnancy outcome; rats; yolk sac
- ... Airborne fine particulate matter (PM₂.₅) is an “invisible killer” to human health. There is increasing evidence revealing the adverse effects of PM₂.₅ on the early embryonic development and pregnancy outcome, but the molecular mechanism underlying PM₂.₅‐induced embryotoxicity is largely unknown. Previous studies have documented that exposure to PM triggers ROS generation, leads to subsequent activ ...