Presse, Elterninformationen, Publikationen in Fachzeitschriften

1. Die GINI-Studie in der Presse:

Luftverschmutzung könnte Risiko für Diabetes erhöhen (Spiegel online)

Mehr Straßenverkehr, mehr Allergien (ELTERN)

Hunde schützen vor Allergien (Spiegel online)

Straßenverkehr erhöht Allergierisiko bei Kindern (Handelsblatt)

Studie macht Allergikern Hoffnung (Rheinische Post)



2. Informationen für Eltern und TeilnehmerInnen:



3. Ausgewählte wissenschaftliche Publikationen:


Zusammenfassende Übersichtsarbeiten auf Deutsch:

  • Heinrich, J. et al. (2012): Die zwei deutschen Geburtskohorten GINIplus und LISAplus. Bundesgesundheitsblatt 2012 - 55, 864-874.
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  • Heinrich, J. et al. (2012): GINIplus und LISAplus. Design und ausgewählte Ergebnisse zweier deutscher Geburtskohorten zum natürlichen Verlauf atopischer Erkrankungen sowie deren Determinanten. Allergologie 35, Nr. 1/2012, 20–31.
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  • von Berg, A. et al. (2012): Die German Infant Nutritional Interventions-Study (GINI) zur präventiven Wirkung von Hydrolysatnahrungen bei Kindern mit Allergierisiko. Design und ausgewählte Ergebnisse. Allergologie 35, Nr. 1/2012, 32–43.
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Aktuelle Publikationen (2015) in Fachzeitschriften:

  • Brüske, I. et al.: Caesarean Section has no impact on lung function at the age of 15 years. Pediatr. Pulmonol. 50, 1262-1269 (2015)
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Flexeder, C. et al.: Peak weight velocity in infancy is negatively associated with lung function in adolescence. Pediatr. Pulmonol., DOI: 10.1002/ppul.23216 (2015)
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Fuertes, E. et al.: Parental allergic disease before and after child birth poses similar risk for childhood allergies. Allergy 70, 873-876 (2015)
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Fuertes, E. et al.: Long-term air pollution exposure and lung function in 15 year-old adolescents living in an urban and rural area in Germany: The GINIplus and LISAplus cohorts. Int. J. Hyg. Environ. Health 218, 656-665 (2015)
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Gehring, U. et al.: Exposure to air pollution and development of asthma and rhinoconjunctivitis throughout childhood and adolescence: A population-based birth cohort study. Lancet Resp. Med. 3, 933-942 (2015)
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  • Harris, C. et al.: Changes in dietary intake during puberty and their determinants: Results from the GINIplus birth cohort study. BMC Public Health 15:841 (2015)
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  • Italia, S. et al.: A longitudinal comparison of drug use among 10-year-old children and 15-year-old adolescents from the German GINIplus and LISAplus birth cohorts. Eur. J. Clin. Pharmacol., DOI: 10.1007/s00228-015-1977-x (2015)
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Klümper, C. et al.: Air pollution and cytokine responsiveness in asthmatic and non-asthmatic children. Environ. Res. 138, 381-390 (2015)
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Kühnisch, J. et al.: Elevated serum 25(OH)-vitamin D levels are negatively correlated with molar-incisor hypomineralization. J Dent Res. 94(2):381-7. DOI: 10.1177/0022034514561657 (2015)
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  • Liu, C. et al.: Associations between ambient air pollution and bone turnover markers in 10-year old children: Results from the GINIplus and LISAplus studies. Int. J. Hyg. Environ. Health 218, 58-65 (2015)
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Luzak, A. et al.: Relation of lung function and current inhalant allergen-specific immunoglobulin E concentrations in adolescents (GINIplus cohort). Ann. Allerg. Asthma Immunol. 115, 183-190 (2015)
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Markevych, I. et al.: Corrigendum to "Access to urban green spaces and behavioural problems in children: Results from the GINIplus and LISAplus studies" [Environment International 71C (2014) 29-35]. Environ. Int. 82, 115 (2015)
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Smith, M., Berdel, D.*, Nowak, D.*, Heinrich, J. & Schulz, H.: Sport engagement by accelerometry under field conditions in German adolescents: Results from GINIPlus. PLoS ONE 10:e0135630 (2015)
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  • Thiering, E. et al.: Associations between serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D and bone turnover markers in a population based sample of German children. Sci. Rep. 5:18138 (2015)
    NCBI-Abstract

  • von Berg, A. et al.: Allergic manifestation 15 years after early intervention with hydrolyzed formulas - the GINI Study. Allergy, DOI: 10.1111/all.12790 (2015)
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Frühere Publikationen nach Themenbereichen (Auswahl):

- Allergische Erkrankungen:

  • von Berg et al. (2013): Allergies in high-risk schoolchildren after early intervention with cow's milk protein hydrolysates: 10-year results from the German Infant Nutritional Intervention (GINI) study.
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Flexeder et al. (2012): Growth velocity during infancy and onset of asthma in school-aged children.
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Tischer et al. (2011): Meta-analysis of mould and dampness exposure on asthma and allergy in eight European birth cohorts: an ENRIECO initiative.
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Tischer et al. (2011): Association between domestic mould and mould components, and asthma and allergy in children: a systematic review.
    NCBI-Abstract

  • von Berg et al. (2010): Impact of early feeding on childhood eczema: development after nutritional intervention compared with the natural course – the GINIplus study up to the age of 6 years.
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Tischer et al. (2010): Respiratory health in children and indoor exposure to (1,3)-{beta}-D-glucan, EPS mould components, and endotoxin.
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Schmitt et al. (2010): Infant-onset eczema in relation to mental health problems at age 10 years: Results from a prospective birth cohort study (German Infant Nutrition Intervention plus)
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Brockow et al. (2009): Early allergic sensitizations and their relevance to atopic diseases in children aged 6 years: results of the GINI Study.
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Chen et al. (2008): Dog ownership and contact during childhood and later allergy development.
    NCBI-Abstract

  • von Berg et al. (2008): Preventive effect of hydrolyzed infant formulas persists until age 6 years: Long-term results from the German Infant Nutritional Intervention Study (GINI).
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Filipiak et al. (2008): Solid Food Introduction in Relation to Eczema: Results from a Four-Year Prospective Birth Cohort Study.
    NCBI-Abstract


- Ernährung und Gewicht:

  • Sausenthaler and Standl et al. (2011): Regional and socio-economic differences in food, nutrient and supplement intake in school-age children in Germany: results from the GINIplus and the LISAplus studies.
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Rzehak et al. (2009): Period-specific growth, overweight and modification by breastfeeding in the GINI and LISA birth cohorts up to age 6 years.
    NCBI-Abstract


- Weitere Themenbereiche:

  • Markevych et al. (2014): Access to urban green spaces and behavioural problems in children: Results from the GINIplus and LISAplus studies.
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Liu et al. (2014): The associations between traffic-related air pollution and noise with blood pressure in children: results from the GINIplus and LISAplus studies.
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Fuertes et al. (2014): Greenness and allergies: evidence of differential associations in two areas in Germany.
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Markevych et al. (2014): Surrounding greenness and birth weight: results from the GINIplus and LISAplus birth cohorts in Munich.
    NCBI-Abstract

  • MacIntyre et al. (2014): Air Pollution and Respiratory Infections during Early Childhood: An Analysis of 10 European Birth Cohorts within the ESCAPE Project.
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Brüske et al. (2014): Epidemiology of urticaria in infants and young children in Germany - Results from the German LISAplus and GINIplus Birth Cohort Studies.
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Casas et al. (2013): Early life microbial exposure and fractional exhaled nitric oxide in school-age children: a prospective birth cohort study.
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Thiering et al. (2013): Long-term exposure to traffic-related air pollution and insulin resistance in children: results from the GINIplus and LISAplus birth cohorts.
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Kohlboek et al. (2013): Association of atopic and non-atopic asthma with emotional symptoms in school children.
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Cramer et al. (2010): Elder siblings enhance the effect of filaggrin mutations on childhood eczema: Results from the 2 birth cohort studies LISAplus and GINIplus.
    NCBI-Abstract

  • Laubereau et al. (2004): Caesarean section and gastrointestinal symptoms, atopic dermatitis, and sensitisation during the first year of life.
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