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34 Air Pollution – New Developments 2. , 2000). Little is known about the association between nitrous oxide (NO) and APO. But in natural condition, NO is converted into nitrogen dioxide (NO2), which is 5~10 times more toxic than NO. NO2 is known to be associated with APO by several studies. , 2005) (Table 1). Increased LBW risk with increased NO2 exposure was reported by Ha et al. (2001) (first trimester), Lee et al. (2003) (second trimester), Bell et al. (2007) (during the entire gestation) and Morello-Frosch et al.
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