Traffic-Related Air Pollution, Blood Pressure, and Adaptive Response of Mitochondrial Abundance

Zhong J., Cayir A. , Trevisi L., Sanchez-Guerra M., Lin X., Peng C., ...Daha Fazla

CIRCULATION, cilt.133, ss.378-387, 2016 (SCI İndekslerine Giren Dergi) identifier identifier identifier


Background Exposure to black carbon (BC), a tracer of vehicular-traffic pollution, is associated with increased blood pressure (BP). Identifying biological factors that attenuate BC effects on BP can inform prevention. We evaluated the role of mitochondrial abundance, an adaptive mechanism compensating for cellular-redox imbalance, in the BC-BP relationship.