Study: Traffic pollution, gene variations raise asthma risk

08/22/2007 | Yahoo!

A new study found children with very active epoxide hydrolase who have genetic variations in their gluathione S-transferase P1 enzymes are more susceptible to asthma, and researchers say that exposure to traffic pollution can trigger that genetic susceptibility.

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