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Camiña N, Ho T-R, Hawrylowicz CM, Kelly FJ, Mudway IS.  2016.  93 - Urban Particulate Matter Collected During Ozone Episodes Has an Enhanced Capacity to Drive Dendritic Cell Maturation. Free Radical Biology and MedicineFree Radical Biology and Medicine. 100, Supplement:S52.
Walton RT, Mudway IS, Dundas I, Marlin N, Koh LC, Aitlhadj L, Vulliamy T, Jamaludin JB, Wood HE, Barratt BM et al..  2016.  Air pollution, ethnicity and telomere length in east London schoolchildren. Environment International. 96:41-47.
Wragg FPH, Fuller SJ, Freshwater R, Green DC, Kelly FJ, Kalberer M.  2016.  An automated online instrument to quantify aerosol-bound reactive oxygen species (ROS) for ambient measurement and health-relevant aerosol studies. Atmospheric Measurement Techniques. 9:4891-4900.
Samoli E, Atkinson RW, Analitis A, Fuller GW, Beddows D, Green DC, Mudway IS, Harrison RM, H. Anderson R, Kelly FJ.  2016.  Differential health effects of short-term exposure to source-specific particles in London, U.K. Environment International. 97:246-253.
Moore E, Chatzidiakou L, Kuku M-O, Jones RL, Smeeth L, Beevers S, Kelly FJ, Barratt B, Quint J.  2016.  Global Associations between Air Pollutants and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Hospitalizations. Annals of the American Thoracic Society.
Smith JDavid, Mitsakou C, Kitwiroon N, Barratt BM, Walton HA, Taylor JG, Anderson HRoss, Kelly FJ, Beevers SD.  2016.  London Hybrid Exposure Model: Improving Human Exposure Estimates to NO2 and PM2.5 in an Urban Setting. Environmental Science and Technology. 50:11760-11768.
Szigeti T, Dunster C, Cattaneo A, Cavallo D, Spinazzè A, Saraga DE, Sakellaris IA, de Kluizenaar Y, Cornelissen EJM, Hänninen O et al..  2016.  Oxidative potential and chemical composition of PM2.5 in office buildings across Europe – The OFFICAIR study. ENVIRONMENT INTERNATIONALEnvironment International. 92–93:324-333.
Kelly FJ.  2016.  Twin problems of climate change and air pollution. BMJ (Clinical research ed.). 355