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Validation of anatomical models to study aerosol deposition in human nasal cavities

Bibliographic reference LE GUELLEC, Sandrine ; LE PENNEC, Deborah ; Gatier, Stéphane ; Leclerc, Lara ; Cabrera, Maria ; et. al. Validation of anatomical models to study aerosol deposition in human nasal cavities. In: Pharmaceutical Research, Vol. 31, no.1, p. 228-237 (Janvier 2014)
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