Wissenschaftliche Vorarbeiten für aeroHEALTH-relevante Ziele sind in folgenden Publikationen beschrieben.


Passig, J. et al.
Aerosol mass spectrometer for simultaneous detection of polyaromatic hydrocarbons and inorganic components from individual particles.
Analytical Chemistry 89, 6341-6345 (2017)

Czech, H. et al.
Chemical composition and speciation of particulate organic matter from modern residential small-scale wood combustion appliances.
Science of the Total Environment, 612, 636-648 (2018)

Wolf, F. et al.
SCANPY: Large-scale single-cell gene expression data analysis.
Genome Biol. 19:15 (2018)

Aichler, M. et al.
N-acyl Taurines and Acylcarnitines cause an Imbalance in Insulin Synthesis and Secretion Provoking β Cell Dysfunction in Type 2 Diabetes.
Cell Metab. Elsevier 25(6):1334–47 (2017)

Kiendler-Scharr, A. et al.
Ubiquity of organic nitrates from nighttime chemistry in the European submicron aerosol.
Geophys. Res. Lett., 43, 7735–7744, (2016)

Hohaus, T. et al.
A new plant chamber facility, PLUS, coupled to the atmospheric simulation chamber SAPHIR.
Atmos. Meas. Tech., 9, 1247 – 1259, 2016

Pardo, M. et al.
Seasonal variations in fine particle composition from Beijing prompt oxidative stress response in mouse lung and liver.
Science of the Total Environment, 12;626, 147-155 (2018)

Pardo, M. et al.
Mitochondria-mediated oxidative stress induced by desert dust in rat alveolar macrophages.
AGU GEOhealth, 1: 4-16 (2017)