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Cardiac autonomic dysfunction associated with environmental exposure to fine particulate matter in air pollution A preliminary study to assess the role of elemental composition and elemental carbon content on heart rate variability



Cardiac autonomic dysfunction associated with environmental exposure to fine particulate matter in air pollution A preliminary study to assess the role of elemental composition and elemental carbon content on heart rate variability



Journal of Investigative Medicine 50(1): 132A




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