Karin Engström

ResearcherFormer name: Karin Schläwicke EngströmFormer name: Karin Schläwicke
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  1. Transcriptomics and methylomics of CD4-positive T cells in arsenic-exposed women

    Karin Engström, Wojdacz, T. K., Marabita, F., Ewels, P., Käller, M., Vezzi, F., Prezza, N., Gruselius, J., Vahter, M. & Broberg, K., 2017, In : Archives of Toxicology. 91, 5, p. 2067-2078

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  2. Sex-specific effects of early life cadmium exposure on DNA methylation and implications for birth weight

    Kippler, M., Karin Engström, Mlakar, S. J., Bottai, M., Ahmed, S., Hossain, M. B., Raqib, R., Vahter, M. & Karin Broberg Palmgren, 2013, In : Epigenetics. 8, 5, p. 494-503

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  3. Selenium metabolism to the trimethylselenonium ion (TMSe) varies markedly because of polymorphisms in the indolethylamine N-methyltransferase gene.

    Kuehnelt, D., Karin Engström, Skröder, H., Kokarnig, S., Schlebusch, C., Kippler, M., Alhamdow, A., Nermell, B., Francesconi, K., Karin Broberg Palmgren & Vahter, M., 2015, In : American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 102, 6, p. 1406-1415

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  4. Prenatal lead exposure is associated with decreased cord blood DNA methylation of the glycoprotein VI gene involved in platelet activation and thrombus formation

    Karin Engström, Rydbeck, F., Kippler, M., Wojdacz, T. K., Arifeen, S., Vahter, M. & Karin Broberg, 2015, In : Environmental epigenetics. 1, 1, p. 1-9 dvv007.

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  5. Prenatal arsenic exposure is associated with increased plasma IGFBP3 concentrations in 9-year-old children partly via changes in DNA methylation

    Gliga, A. R., Karin Engström, Kippler, M., Skröder, H., Ahmed, S., Vahter, M., Raqib, R. & Karin Broberg, 2018 Aug, In : Archives of Toxicology. 92, 8, p. 2487-2500

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  6. Pregnancy and the methyltransferase genotype independently influence the arsenic methylation phenotype.

    Gardner, R. M., Karin Engström, Bottai, M., Hoque, W. A. M., Raqib, R., Karin Broberg Palmgren & Vahter, M., 2012, In : Pharmacogenetics & Genomics. 22, 7, p. 508-516

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  7. Possible Positive Selection for an Arsenic-Protective Haplotype in Humans

    Schlebusch, C. M., Lewis, C. M. J., Vahter, M., Karin Engström, Tito, R. Y., Obregon-Tito, A. J., Huerta, D., Polo, S. I., Medina, A. C., Brutsaert, T. D., Concha, G., Jakobsson, M. & Karin Broberg Palmgren, 2013, In : Environmental Health Perspectives. 121, 1, p. 53-58

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  8. Polymorphisms in potential mercury transporter ABCC2 and neurotoxic symptoms in populations exposed to mercury vapor from goldmining

    Kolbinger, V., Karin Engström, Berger, U. & Bose-O'Reilly, S., 2019, In : Environmental Research. 176, 108512.

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  9. Polymorphisms in glutathione-related genes modify mercury concentrations and antioxidant status in subjects environmentally exposed to methylmercury

    Mazzaron Barcelos, G. R., Grotto, D., de Marco, K. C., Valentini, J., Lengert, A. V. H., Soares de Oliveira, A. A., Garcia, S. C., Leite Braga, G. U., Karin Engström, de Syllos Colus, I. M., Karin Broberg Palmgren & Barbosa, F. J., 2013, In : Science of the Total Environment. 463, p. 319-325

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