Karen Dannemiller
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Ten questions concerning the microbiomes of buildings
RI Adams, S Bhangar, KC Dannemiller, JA Eisen, N Fierer, JA Gilbert, ...
Building and Environment 109, 224-234, 2016
Influence of housing characteristics on bacterial and fungal communities in homes of asthmatic children
KC Dannemiller, JF Gent, BP Leaderer, J Peccia
Indoor air 26 (2), 179-192, 2016
Next‐generation DNA sequencing reveals that low fungal diversity in house dust is associated with childhood asthma development
KC Dannemiller, MJ Mendell, JM Macher, K Kumagai, A Bradman, ...
Indoor air 24 (3), 236-247, 2014
Fungal and bacterial growth in floor dust at elevated relative humidity levels
KC Dannemiller, CJ Weschler, J Peccia
Indoor air 27 (2), 354-363, 2017
Combining real-time PCR and next-generation DNA sequencing to provide quantitative comparisons of fungal aerosol populations
KC Dannemiller, N Lang-Yona, N Yamamoto, Y Rudich, J Peccia
Atmospheric environment 84, 113-121, 2014
Indoor microbial communities: influence on asthma severity in atopic and nonatopic children
KC Dannemiller, JF Gent, BP Leaderer, J Peccia
Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 138 (1), 76-83. e1, 2016
Indoor emissions as a primary source of airborne allergenic fungal particles in classrooms
N Yamamoto, D Hospodsky, KC Dannemiller, WW Nazaroff, J Peccia
Environmental science & technology 49 (8), 5098-5106, 2015
Fungal high‐throughput taxonomic identification tool for use with next‐generation sequencing (FHiTINGS)
KC Dannemiller, D Reeves, K Bibby, N Yamamoto, J Peccia
Journal of Basic Microbiology 54 (4), 315-321, 2014
Effectiveness of a portable air cleaner in removing aerosol particles in homes close to highways
J Cox, K Isiugo, P Ryan, SA Grinshpun, M Yermakov, C Desmond, ...
Indoor Air 28 (6), 818-827, 2018
Ten questions concerning the implications of carpet on indoor chemistry and microbiology
SR Haines, RI Adams, BE Boor, TA Bruton, J Downey, AR Ferro, E Gall, ...
Building and Environment 170, 106589, 2020
Annual distribution of allergenic fungal spores in atmospheric particulate matter in the Eastern Mediterranean; a comparative study between ergosterol and quantitative PCR analysis
N Lang-Yona, K Dannemiller, N Yamamoto, N Burshtein, J Peccia, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 12 (5), 2681-2690, 2012
Gene expression of indoor fungal communities under damp building conditions: implications for human health
B Hegarty, KC Dannemiller, J Peccia
Indoor air 28 (4), 548-558, 2018
The allergenicity of Aspergillus fumigatus conidia is influenced by growth temperature
SY Low, K Dannemiller, M Yao, N Yamamoto, J Peccia
Fungal biology 115 (7), 625-632, 2011
Degradation of phthalate esters in floor dust at elevated relative humidity
A Bope, SR Haines, B Hegarty, CJ Weschler, J Peccia, KC Dannemiller
Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts 21 (8), 1268-1279, 2019
Indoor Dust as a Matrix for Surveillance of COVID-19
N Renninger, N Nastasi, A Bope, SJ Cochran, SR Haines, ...
Msystems 6 (2), 10.1128/msystems. 01350-20, 2021
Morphology and quantification of fungal growth in residential dust and carpets
N Nastasi, SR Haines, L Xu, H da Silva, A Divjan, MA Barnes, ...
Building and environment 174, 106774, 2020
Changes in atmospheric CO2 influence the allergenicity of Aspergillus fumigatus
N Lang‐Yona, Y Levin, KC Dannemiller, O Yarden, J Peccia, Y Rudich
Global Change Biology 19 (8), 2381-2388, 2013
Formaldehyde concentrations in household air of asthma patients determined using colorimetric detector tubes
KC Dannemiller, JS Murphy, SL Dixon, KG Pennell, EM Suuberg, ...
Indoor Air 23 (4), 285-294, 2013
Modeling microbial growth in carpet dust exposed to diurnal variations in relative humidity using the “Time‐of‐Wetness” framework
SR Haines, JA Siegel, KC Dannemiller
Indoor Air 30 (5), 978-992, 2020
Smartphone app for residential testing of formaldehyde (SmART-form)
S Zhang, N Shapiro, G Gehrke, J Castner, Z Liu, B Guo, R Prasad, ...
Building and Environment 148, 567-578, 2019
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