Valencia

In October 2003 the pilot study for the creation of the INMA cohort in Valencia was carried out. In February 2004 started the recruitment of the cohort that went on until June 2005. 855 women that belonged to the departments of health 6 (34 municipalities) and 7 (two quarters of Valencia) were recruited. They were selected by consecutive sampling of among all those of the area of study that went to the population sieving of the syndrome of Down that is carried out among the 10-13 weeks of gestation in the Hospital de la Fe, reference hospital of the area, and who complied with the inclusion criteria: (1) To be at least 16 years; (2) To be in the week 10-13 of gestation; (3) to have a unique pregnancy; (4) To have the intention of continuing the follow-up and delivering in the corresponding centres of reference; (5) Not to have any impediment for the communication and (6) Not to suffer any chronic disease prior to the pregnancy.

During the pregnancy the follow-up was carried out at weeks 12 and 32. In these follow-ups, biological samples were obtained (blood, nail and urine) and also data related to diet, jobs of the progenitors and exposure to pollutants.

The newborns were followed along the childhood. A visit was made when they were 1 year, in which the neurological development, the anthropometry, the respiratory health, the diet and the environmental exposures were measured and studied. Moreover, the levels of atmospheric pollutants were measured in the homes (in and outside) of half of the children; in order to make this, dosimeters were installed for 15 days at their homes. At 2 years, a telephonic interview was made, and at 4 years they were appointed to go to the Hospital de la Fe in order to evaluate their dietary habits, their growth and to be able to obtain biological samples (urine, hair and blood) to measure nutrients and exposure to environmental pollutants.

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325 Results

Exposome -
Neurodevelopment -


Urban environment and cognitive and motor function in children from four European birth cohorts

Binter AC, Bernard JY, Mon-Williams M, Andiarena A, González-Safont L, Vafeiadi M, Lepeule J, Soler-Blasco R, Alonso L, Kampouri M, Mceachan R, Santa- Marina L, Wright J, Chatzi L, Sunyer J, Philippat C, Nieuwenhuijsen M, Vrijheid M, Guxens M. Urban environment and cognitive and motor function in children from four European birth cohorts. Environ Int. 2022 Jan;158:106933. PMID: 34662798


Breastfeeding -
No persistent organic compounds -


Concentrations of bisphenols, parabens, and benzophenones in human breast milk: A systematic review and meta-analysis

Iribarne-Durán LM, Peinado FM, Freire C, Castillero-Rosales I, Artacho-Cordón F, Olea N. Concentrations of bisphenols, parabens, and benzophenones in human breast milk: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Sci Total. 2022 Feb 1;806(Pt 1):150437. PMID: 34583069


Respiratory health and atopy -


Spirometric phenotypes from early childhood to young adulthood: a Chronic Airway Disease Early Stratification study

Wang G, Hallberg J, Charalampopoulos D, Sanahuja MC, Breyer-Kohansal R, Langhammer A, Granell R, Vonk JM, Mian A, Olvera N, Laustsen LM, Rönmark E, Abellan A, Agusti A, Arshad SH, Bergström A, Boezen HM, Breyer MK, Burghuber O, Bolund AC, Custovic A, Devereux G, Donaldson GC, Duijts L, Esplugues A, Faner R, Ballester F, Garcia-Aymerich J, Gehring U, Haider S, Hartl S, Backman H, Holloway JW, Koppelman GH, Lertxundi A, Holmen TL, Lowe L, Mensink-Bout SM, Murray CS, Roberts G, Hedman L, Schlünssen V, Sigsgaard T, Simpson A, Sunyer J, Torrent M, Turner S, Van den Berge M, Vermeulen RCH, Vikjord SAA, Wedzicha JA, Maitland van der Zee AH, Melén E. Spirometric phenotypes from early childhood to young adulthood: a Chronic Airway Disease Early Stratification study. ERJ Open Res. 2021 Dec 6;7(4):00457-2021. PMID: 34881328


Air pollution -
Entorno urbano y Verdor -
Metabolomics -


Air Pollution, Residential Greenness and Metabolic Dysfunction during Early Pregnancy in the INfancia y Medio Ambiente (INMA) Cohort

Rammah A, Whitworth KW, Amos CI, Estarlich M, Guxens M, Ibarluzea J, Iñiguez C, Subiza-Pérez M, Vrijheid M, Symanski E. Air Pollution, Residential Greenness and Metabolic Dysfunction during Early Pregnancy in the INfancia y Medio Ambiente (INMA) Cohort. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2021 Sep 4;18(17):9354.PMID: 34501944


Genetics -
Respiratory health and atopy -


Rare variant analysis in eczema identifies exonic variants in DUSP1, NOTCH4 and SLC9A4

Grosche S, Marenholz I, Esparza-Gordillo J, Arnau-Soler A, Pairo-Castineira E, Rüschendorf F, Ahluwalia TS, Almqvist C, Arnold A; Australian Asthma Genetics Consortium (AAGC), Baurecht H, Bisgaard H, Bønnelykke K, Brown SJ, Bustamante M, Curtin JA, Custovic A, Dharmage SC, Esplugues A, Falchi M, Fernandez-Orth D, Ferreira MAR, Franke A, Gerdes S, Gieger C, Hakonarson H, Holt PG, Homuth G, Hubner N, Hysi PG, Jarvelin MR, Karlsson R, Koppelman GH, Lau S, Lutz M, Magnusson PKE, Marks GB, Müller-Nurasyid M, Nöthen MM, Paternoster L, Pennell CE, Peters A, Rawlik K, Robertson CF, Rodriguez E, Sebert S, Simpson A, Sleiman PMA, Standl M, Stölzl D, Strauch K, Szwajda A, Tenesa A, Thompson PJ, Ullemar V, Visconti A, Vonk JM, Wang CA, Weidinger S, Wielscher M, Worth CL, Xu CJ, Lee YA. Rare variant analysis in eczema identifies exonic variants in DUSP1, NOTCH4 and SLC9A4. Nat Commun. 2021 Nov 16;12(1):6618. PMID: 34785669


Epigenetics -
Reproductive health -
Tobacco -


Placental DNA methylation signatures of maternal smoking during pregnancy and potential impacts on fetal growth

Everson TM, Vives-Usano M, Seyve E, Cardenas A, Lacasaña M, Craig JM, Lesseur C, Baker ER, Fernandez-Jimenez N, Heude B, Perron P, Gónzalez-Alzaga B, Halliday J, Deyssenroth MA, Karagas MR, Íñiguez C, Bouchard L, Carmona-Sáez P, Loke YJ, Hao K, Belmonte T, Charles MA, Martorell-Marugán J, Muggli E, Chen J, Fernández MF, Tost J, Gómez-Martín A, London SJ, Sunyer J, Marsit CJ, Lepeule J, Hivert MF, Bustamante M. Placental DNA methylation signatures of maternal smoking during pregnancy and potential impacts on fetal growth. Nat Commun. 2021 Aug 24;12(1):5095. PMID: 34429407


No persistent organic compounds -
Postnatal growth and Obesity -
Sexual development -


Exposure to non-persistent pesticides and puberty timing: a systematic review of the epidemiological evidence

Castiello F, Freire C. Exposure to non-persistent pesticides and puberty timing: a systematic review of the epidemiological evidence. Eur J Endocrinol. 2021 May 4;184(6):733-749. PMID: 33769962


Drugs -
Neurodevelopment -


Prenatal and postnatal exposure to acetaminophen in relation to autism spectrum and attention-deficit and hyperactivity symptoms in childhood: Meta-analysis in six European population-based cohorts

Alemany S, Avella-García C, Liew Z, García-Esteban R, Inoue K, Cadman T, López-Vicente M, González L, Riaño Galán I, Andiarena A, Casas M, Margetaki K, Strandberg-Larsen K, Lawlor DA, El Marroun H, Tiemeier H, Iñiguez C, Tardón A, Santa-Marina L, Júlvez J, Porta D, Chatzi L, Sunyer J. Prenatal and postnatal exposure to acetaminophen in relation to autism spectrum and attention-deficit and hyperactivity symptoms in childhood: Meta-analysis in six European population-based cohorts. Eur J Epidemiol. 2021 Oct;36(10):993-1004. PMID: 34046850


Genetics -
Metals -
Nutrition -


Urinary arsenic species and methylation efficiency during pregnancy: Concentrations and associated factors in Spanish pregnant women

Soler-Blasco R, Murcia M, Lozano M, Sarzo B, Esplugues A, Vioque J, Lertxundi N, Marina LS, Lertxundi A, Irizar A, Braeuer S, Goesler W, Ballester F, Llop S. Urinary arsenic species and methylation efficiency during pregnancy: Concentrations and associated factors in Spanish pregnant women. Environ Res. 2021 May;196:110889. PMID: 33607098


Metals -
Neurodevelopment -


Exposure to mercury among 9-year-old children and neurobehavioural function

Lozano M, Murcia M, Soler-Blasco R, González L, Iriarte G, Rebagliato M, Lopez-Espinosa MJ, Esplugues A, Ballester F, Llop S. Exposure to mercury among 9-year-old children and neurobehavioural function. Environ Int. 2021 Jan;146:106173. PMID: 33096466


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