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From: Association between coarse particulate matter and inflammatory and hemostatic markers in a cohort of midlife women

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Associations between PM10–2.5 and PAI-1, without (dot symbol) and with (triangle symbol) PM2.5, O3, CO, NO2, and SO2 adjusted in the SWAN cohort, 1999–2004. Note: Results shown are percent of change in biomarker level per an interquartile increase of PM10–2.5 exposure, which is 4 μg/m3. Analyses were based on log-transformed biomarker levels, adjusted for study site, age (continuous), race/ethnicity, education, menopausal status, BMI, active smoking status, alcohol consumption category. For each co-pollutant, analyses were run in the subset with non-missing values for both PM10-2.5 and the co-pollutant

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