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Urinary volatile organic compound metabolites and COPD among US adults: mixture, interaction and mediation analysis  期刊论文  

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    E621EA640EDB5964C9FA1C2BE4CBA00F
  • 作者:
    Wang, Ying#[1]Meng, Zhaowei#[2]Wei, Sen[3];Li, Xuebing[4];Su, Zheng(苏征)[5]Jiang, Yong[6];Wu, Heng[4];Pan, Hongli[4];Wang, Jing[4];Zhou, Qinghua[4,7];Qiao, Youlin[6,8];Fan, Yaguang*[4]
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    英文
  • 期刊:
    ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH ISSN:1476-069X 2024 年 23 卷 1 期 ; MAY 3
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    Background Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) encompass hundreds of high production volume chemicals and have been reported to be associated with adverse respiratory outcomes such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). However, research on the combined toxic effects of exposure to various VOCs on COPD is lacking. We aimed to assess the effect of VOC metabolite mixture on COPD risk in a large population sample.Methods We assessed the effect of VOC metabolite mixture on COPD risk in 5997 adults from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) from 2011 to 2020 (pre-pandemic) using multivariate logistic regression, Bayesian weighted quantile sum regression (BWQS), quantile-based g-Computation method (Qgcomp), and Bayesian kernel machine regression (BKMR). We explored whether these associations were mediated by white blood cell (WBC) count and total bilirubin.Results In the logistic regression model, we observed a significantly increased risk of COPD associated with 9 VOC metabolites. Conversely, N-acetyl-S-(benzyl)-L-cysteine (BMA) and N-acetyl-S-(n-propyl)-L-cysteine (BPMA) showed insignificant negative correlations with COPD risk. The overall mixture exposure demonstrated a significant positive relationship with COPD in both the BWQS model (adjusted odds ratio (OR) = 1.30, 95% confidence interval (CI): 1.06, 1.58) and BKMR model, and with marginal significance in the Qgcomp model (adjusted OR = 1.22, 95% CI: 0.98, 1.52). All three models indicated a significant effect of the VOC metabolite mixture on COPD in non-current smokers. WBC count mediated 7.1% of the VOC mixture associated-COPD in non-current smokers.Conclusions Our findings provide novel evidence suggesting that VOCs may have adverse associations with COPD in the general population, with N, N- Dimethylformamide and 1,3-Butadiene contributing most. These findings underscore the significance of understanding the potential health risks associated with VOC mixture and emphasize the need for targeted interventions to mitigate the adverse effects on COPD risk.

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    Wang Ying,Meng Zhaowei,Wei Sen, et al. Urinary volatile organic compound metabolites and COPD among US adults: mixture, interaction and mediation analysis [J].ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH,2024,23(1).
  • APA:
    Wang Ying,Meng Zhaowei,Wei Sen,Li Xuebing,&Fan Yaguang.(2024).Urinary volatile organic compound metabolites and COPD among US adults: mixture, interaction and mediation analysis .ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH,23(1).
  • MLA:
    Wang Ying, et al. "Urinary volatile organic compound metabolites and COPD among US adults: mixture, interaction and mediation analysis" .ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 23,1(2024).
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