Chronic pulmonary exposure to traffic-related fine particulate matter causes brain impairment in adult rats

  • Chi Hsiang Shih (Contributor)
  • Jen Kun Chen (Contributor)
  • Li Wei Kuo (Contributor)
  • Kuan Hung Cho (Contributor)
  • Ta Chih Hsiao (Contributor)
  • Zhe Wei Lin (Contributor)
  • Yi Syuan Lin (Contributor)
  • Jiunn-Horng Kang (Contributor)
  • Yu-Chun Lo (Contributor)
  • Kai-Jen Chuang (Contributor)
  • Tsun Jen Cheng (Contributor)
  • Hsiao-Chi Chuang (Contributor)



Abstract Background Effects of air pollution on neurotoxicity and behavioral alterations have been reported. The objective of this study was to investigate the pathophysiology caused by particulate matter (PM) in the brain. We examined the effects of traffic-related particulate matter with an aerodynamic diameter of
可用日期十一月 9 2018
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