Studies involving disease:Environmental exposure

Study ID Study Title Species Institute
ST000051Fetal metabolomic signature of exposure to iAs during pregnancyHumanUniversity of North Carolina
ST000417Controlled Human Exposure to Particulate Matter (PM) and Gaseous Co-PollutantsHumanRTI International
ST000718Targeted Metabolomics in Pediatric US Population Exposed to Low-Level Heavy MetalsHumanUniversity of Michigan
ST000877Micronutrient deficiencies, environmental exposures and severe malaria: Risk factors for adverse neurodevelopmental outcomes in Ugandan childrenHumanEmory University
ST000909Metabolomics Linking Air Pollution, Obesity and Type 2 DiabetesHumanEmory University
ST000946Untargeted Metabolomics of T1 ParticipantsHumanUniversity of Michigan
ST001220Effects of cadmium exposure on the bumble bee metabolomeBumble BeeUniversity of California, Riverside
ST001221Effects of selenate exposure on the bumble bee metabolomeBumble BeeUniversity of California, Riverside
ST001222Effects of selenate and cadmium exposure on the honey bee metabolome (part-II)Honey BeeUniversity of California, Riverside
ST001309Metabolite expression in liver after early life exposure to an endocrine disruptor at 240 days postnatal (part-I)RatBaylor College of Medicine
ST001310C57 midgestation placental metabolomics analysisMouseUniversity of Missouri
ST001311Lipid expression in liver after early lifer exposure to an endocrine disruptor at 70 days postnatal (part-II)RatBaylor College of Medicine
ST001312Lipid expression in serum after early lifer exposure to an endocrine disruptor at 70 days postnatal (part-III)RatBaylor College of Medicine
ST001313Lipid expression in serum after early life exposure to an endocrine disruptor and a Western Diet at 240 days postnatal (part-IV)RatBaylor College of Medicine
ST001317Dynamics of Exposure, Phthalates, and Asthma in a Randomized Trial (DEPART)HumanIcahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
ST001332LCMS lipid and acyl-carnitine analysisC. elegansUniversity of Cambridge
ST001335Air Pollution, Placenta Function, and Birth Outcomes in Los Angeles in the Placental Assessment in Response to ENvironmenTal pollution study (PARENTs) cohortHumanEmory University
ST001355Influence of propylparaben in childrenHumanSeoul National University College of Medicine and Hospital
ST001362California mouse fecal metabolite analysisMouseUniversity of Missouri
ST001383Investigating exposures and health impacts of endocrine disrupting chemicals among inner-city children.HumanUniversity of Michigan
ST001398Mechanism of Trichloroethylene (TCE) toxicity in the placentaHumanUniversity of Michigan
ST001406Environmental chemical burden in metabolic tissues and systemic biological pathways in adolescent bariatric surgery patients: A pilot untargeted metabolomic approach (part-II)HumanIcahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
ST001407Environmental chemical burden in metabolic tissues and systemic biological pathways in adolescent bariatric surgery patients: A pilot untargeted metabolomic approachHumanIcahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
ST001685Exposure to per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances associates with altered lipid profile of breast milk (Part 2)HumanUniversity of Turku
ST001686Exposure to per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances associates with altered lipid profile of breast milk (Part 3)HumanUniversity of Turku
ST001689Exposure to per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances associates with altered lipid profile of breast milk (Part 1)HumanUniversity of Turku
ST001692Perfluoroalkyl substances and lipid composition in human milkHumanIcahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
ST001716Chemical co-exposures assessed via silicone wristbands and endogenous plasma metabolomics during pregnancyHumanUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
ST001871Untargeted LC-MS metabolomics analysis of cecal content of mice treated with TCDD vs. vehicle control (part I)MouseUniversity of South Carolina School of Medicine
ST001872Untargeted LC-MS metabolomics analysis of cecal content of mice treated with TCDD vs. vehicle control (part II)MouseUniversity of South Carolina School of Medicine

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