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‘Swine flu’ breath test could reduce future vaccination shortages, research suggests
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Effect of the influenza A (H1N1) live attenuated intranasal vaccine on nitric oxide (FENO) and other volatiles in exhaled breath
2. The published version of the paper "Effect of the influenza A (H1N1) live attenuated intranasal vaccine on nitric oxide (FENO) and other volatiles in exhaled breath” 2011 J. Breath Res. 5 037107 will be freely available online from 15 July 2011. It will be available at iopscience.org/jbr/5/3/037107
Journal of Breath Research
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