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- Endotoxin markers in bronchoalveolar lavage fluid of patients with interstitial lung diseases
- Microbial secondary metabolites in school buildings inspected for moisture damage in Finland, The Netherlands and Spain.
- Remediation of mould damaged building materials-efficiency of a broad spectrum of treatments.
- Respiratory Inflammation Among Workers Exposed to Airborne Dust With Endotoxins in a Coffee Curing Factory.
- The surface emissions trap: A new approach in indoor air purification.
- A longitudinal study of sick building syndrome among pupils in relation to microbial components in dust in schools in China
- Co-occurrence of toxic bacterial and fungal secondary metabolites in moisture-damaged indoor environments.
- Determinants of stimulated peripheral blood cytokine production among farming women
- Fatty Acid Profiles in Smokers with Chronic Periodontitis
- Fungal DNA, allergens, mycotoxins and associations with asthmatic symptoms among pupils in schools from Johor Bahru, Malaysia.
- Multicomponent Moraxella catarrhalis outer membrane vesicles induce an inflammatory response and are internalized by human epithelial cells.
- Impact of temperature on growth and metabolic efficiency of Penicillium roqueforti - Correlations between produced heat, ergosterol content and biomass
- Levels Of Bacterial Endotoxin In The Samples Of Settled Dust Collected In Animal Houses
- Molds and mycotoxins in indoor environments - a survey in water-damaged buildings.
- Mycotoxins in the ventilation systems of four schools in Finland
- Occupational exposure to organic dust, microorganisms, endotoxin and peptidoglycan among plants processing workers in Poland
- Recombinant Factor C (rFC) Assay and Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS) Analysis of Endotoxin Variability in Four Agricultural Dusts
- Asthmatic symptoms among pupils in relation to microbial dust exposure in schools in Taiyuan, China
- Comparison of solid-phase sorbents for the determination of fluoroquinolone antibiotics in wastewater.
- Endotoxin Exposure In Sewage Treatment Workers: Investigation Of Exposure Variability And Comparison Of Analytical Techniques
- Identification of bacterial and fungal components in tobacco and tobacco smoke.
- Repetitive organic dust exposure in vitro impairs macrophage differentiation and function
- Respiratory Disorders In Two Workers Of Customs Depositories Occupationally Exposed To Mouldy Tobacco
- Use of mass spectrometry for determining microbial toxins in indoor environments.
- 3-Hydroxy fatty acids in faeces of patients with Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis as a non-invasive diagnostic approach
- A mass spectrometry-based strategy for the direct detection and quantification of some mycotoxins produced by Stachybotrys and Aspergillus in indoor environments.
- Clinical experience of urine D-arabinitol/L-arabinitol ratio in the early diagnosis of invasive candidiasis in paediatric high risk populations
- Correlating two methods of quantifying fungal activity: Heat production by isothermal calorimetry and ergosterol amount by gas chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry
- Levels of bacterial endotoxin in air of animal houses determined with the use of gas chromatography - Mass spectrometry and Limulus test
- Optimizing a GC-MS method for screening of Stachybotrys mycotoxins in indoor environments.
- Assessment of microbial exposure risks from handling of biofuel wood chips and straw--effect of outdoor storage.
- Characterizing microbial exposure with ergosterol, 3-hydroxy fatty acids, and viable microbes in house dust: Determinants and association with childhood asthma
- Elevated concentrations of endotoxin in indoor air due to cigarette smoking.
- History and results of the two inter-laboratory round robin endotoxin assay studies on cotton dust
- Routine clinical laboratory tests correspond to increased serum levels of 3-hydroxy fatty acids, markers of endotoxins, in cardiosurgery patients
- Suppression of ionization and optimization of assay for 3-hydroxy fatty acids in house dust using ion-trap mass spectrometry
- 3-Hydroxy fatty acids in saliva as diagnostic markers in chronic periodontitis
- 5th International Symposium on the Interface between Analytical Chemistry and Microbiology - April 19th to 21st, 2004 - Hosted at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
- Characterization of the microbial community in indoor environments by chemical marker analysis: an update and critical evaluation.
- Determination of microbial volatile organic compounds adsorbed on house dust particles and gypsum board using SPME/GC-MS.
- Extremely low electrical current generated by porcine small intestine smooth muscle alters bacterial autolysin production.
- Interlaboratory evaluation of endotoxin analyses in agricultural dusts - comparison of LAL assay and mass spectrometry
- Large particles are responsible for elevated bacterial marker levels in school air upon occupation
- Characterization of lipopolysaccharides present in settled house dust
- Comparative chemical and biological characterization of the lipopolysaccharides of gastric and enterohepatic helicobacters
- Evaluation of the methyl ester O-methyl acetate derivative of muramic acid for the determination of peptidoglycan in environmental samples by ion-trap GC-MS-MS.
- Heterogeneity in microbial exposure in schools in Sweden, Poland and Jordan revealed by analysis of chemical markers.
- Metalworking fluid bioaerosols at selected workplaces in a steelworks
- Microbial dustiness and particle release of different biofuels
- Microorganisms and volatile organic compounds in airborne dust from damp residences
- Solubility of endotoxins from Escherichia coli and Pseudomonas aeruginosa
- Tobacco smoking increases dramatically air concentrations of endotoxin.
- Characterization of endotoxin and 3-hydroxy fatty acid levels in air and settled dust from commercial aircraft cabins.
- Characterization of the microbial community in indoor environments: a chemical-analytical approach.
- Direct assessment of microbial colonisation in damp houses by chemical marker analysis
- Distribution of 3-Hydroxy Fatty Acids in Tissues after Intraperitoneal Injection of Endotoxin.
- Increased levels of bacterial markers and CO2 in occupied school rooms
- Use of gas chromatography-mass spectrometry/solid phase microextraction for the identification of MVOCs from moldy building materials.
- Identification of a group of nontuberculous mycobacteria isolated from the South Indian BCG trial area by HPLC
- Limitations in the use of 3-hydroxy fatty acid analysis to determine endotoxin in mammalian samples
- Structure of muramic acid TMS derivative mass spectrum's base ion (m/z=185) used for quantification of bacterial peptidoglycan.
- Urine D-arabinitol/L-arabinitol ratio in diagnosing Candida infection in patients with haematological malignancy and HIV infection