What is it about?

This work investigated the health effects of medium-term (3- and 6-month) exposure to traffic-related air pollution on both haematological (RBC, WBC, PCV, platelet, and WBC subtypes) and biochemical (lipid and protein) indices in murine models.

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Why is it important?

Our findings describe the relationship between air pollution exposure and haematology that still remains controversial. We also provide scarce evidences in the effect of trace organic air pollutants and in the impact of such exposure on lipid and protein levels.


I hope this article may provide additional evidences and reasons for us to be aware on the adverse effect of air pollution that become increasing day by day. We also hope for the policy makers of any countries around the globe to make immediate action to mitigate the issue.

Azis Kemal Fauzie
Government of Karawang Regency

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This page is a summary of: Exposure to organic and inorganic traffic-related air pollutants alters haematological and biochemical indices in albino mice Mus musculus, International Journal of Environmental Health Research, February 2019, Taylor & Francis,
DOI: 10.1080/09603123.2019.1577367.
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