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Photochemical smog and vitamin D deficiency

Metadata Updated: November 12, 2020

The dataset contains the results of a study examining the impact of vitamin D deficiency on the cardiopulmonary response of mice to photochemical smog.

This dataset is associated with the following publication: Stratford, K., N. Coates, L. Thompson, T. Krantz, C. King, J. Krug, I. Gilmour, A. Farraj, and M. Hazari. Early-Life Persistent Vitamin D Deficiency Alters Cardiopulmonary Responses to Particulate Matter-Enhanced Atmospheric Smog in Adult Mice. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY. American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, USA, 52(5): 3054-3061, (2018).

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Metadata Created Date November 12, 2020
Metadata Updated Date November 12, 2020

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Harvested from EPA ScienceHub

Additional Metadata

Resource Type Dataset
Metadata Created Date November 12, 2020
Metadata Updated Date November 12, 2020
Publisher U.S. EPA Office of Research and Development (ORD)
Data Last Modified 2015-08-09
Public Access Level public
Bureau Code 020:00
Schema Version
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Harvest Source Id 04b59eaf-ae53-4066-93db-80f2ed0df446
Harvest Source Title EPA ScienceHub
Program Code 020:094
Publisher Hierarchy U.S. Government > U.S. Environmental Protection Agency > U.S. EPA Office of Research and Development (ORD)
Related Documents
Source Datajson Identifier True
Source Hash 4f7736b3fb2dcfb3c6d8c483f23481beadaefebf
Source Schema Version 1.1

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