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Sweet-smelling breath to help diabetes diagnosis in children

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Comparison of breath gases, including acetone, with blood glucose and blood ketones in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes

3. The published version of the paper ‘Comparison of breath gases, including acetone, with blood glucose and blood ketones in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes’ (Comparison of breath gases, including acetone, with blood glucose and blood ketones in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes. Tom P J Blaikie, Julie A Edge, Gus Hancock, Daniel Lunn, Clare Megson, Rob Peverall, Graham Richmond, Grant A D Ritchie and David Taylor J. Breath Res. 8 (2014) 046010) will be freely available online from Wednesday 26 November. It will be available at http://iopscience.iop.org/1752-7163/8/4/046010.

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4. JBR is dedicated to all aspects of breath science with a focus on the analysis of exhaled breath in physiology and medicine, and the diagnosis and treatment of breath odours. The detection of volatile and non-volatile compounds in exhaled breath condensate (EBC) or captured aerosols, skin emanations, sweat, urine, blood headspace, faeces and saliva is also a focus.

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