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Fig. 5

From: Prenatal metal mixtures and child blood pressure in the Rhea mother-child cohort in Greece

Fig. 5

BKMR Bivariate Plots for Molybdenum and Lead with Elevated Blood Pressure at Age 11. The panel on the left shows the relationship between molybdenum and elevated blood pressure at age 11 for lead set to its 10th (red), 50th (green), and 90th (blue) percentile, with all other metals in the mixture set to their median. The panel on the right shows the relationship between lead and elevated blood pressure at age 11 for molybdenum set to its 10th (red), 50th (green), and 90th (blue) percentile, with all other metals in the mixture set to their median. Molybdenum and lead were log2-transformed, mean-centered, and scaled. Models were adjusted for maternal age, maternal education, maternal pre-pregnancy BMI, maternal smoking during pregnancy, child’s sex, child’s age, and child’s height. Abbreviations used: Mo, molybdenum; Pb, lead

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