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Evaluation of Atopy and Its Possible Association with Indoor Bioaerosol Concentrations and Other Factors at the Residence of Children
초등학생 가정을 대상으로 한 바이오에어로졸 노출과 아토피와의 연관성 평가
- Ha, Jin-Sil ;
- Jung, Hea-Jung ;
- Byun, Hyae-Jeong ;
- Yoon, Chung-Sik ;
- Kim, Yang-Ho ;
- Oh, In-Bo ;
- Lee, Ji-Ho ;
- Ha, Kwon-Chul
- Received : 2011.08.21
- Accepted : 2011.12.02
- Published : 2011.12.31
Objectives: Exposure to bioaerosols in the indoor environment could be associated with a variety adverse health effects, including allergic disease such atopy. The objectives of this study were to assess children's exposure to bioaerosol in home indoor environments and to evaluate the association between atopy and bioaerosol, environmental, and social factors in Ulsan, Korea. Methods: Samples of viable airborne bacteria and fungi were collected by impaction onto agar plates using a Quick Take TM 30 and were counted as colony forming units per cubic meter of air (CFU/
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