Exposure to electronic cigarette vapors affects pulmonary and systemic expression of circadian molecular clock genes

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Lechasseur, Ariane; Jubinville, Éric; Routhier, Joanie; Bérubé, Jean‐Christophe; Hamel‐Auger, Mélanie; Talbot, Maude; Lamothe, Jennifer; Aubin, Sophie; Paré, Marie‐Ève; Beaulieu, Marie‐Josée; Bossé, Yohan; Duchaine, Caroline; Morissette, Mathieu C.;
(2017)
  • Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Inc.
  • Journal: Physiological Reports,volume 5,issue 19 (eissn: 2051-817X)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.14814/phy2.13440, pmc: PMC5641932
  • Subject: Lung | circadian molecular clock | electronic cigarette | Propylene glycol | lungs | Original Research | Animal model | Toxins, Pollutants and Chemical Agents | Regulatory Pathways | Glycerol | Respiratory Conditions Disorder and Diseases

Abstract E‐cigarette use has exploded in the past years, especially among young adults and smokers desiring to quit. While concerns are mostly based on the presence of nicotine and flavors, pulmonary effects of propylene glycol and glycerol inhalation, the main solvents... View more
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