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Inflammation induced by inhaled lipopolysaccharide depends on particle size in healthy volunteers

Bibliographic reference Doyen, Virginie ; Pilcer, Gabrielle ; Dinh, Phong Huy Duc ; Corazza, Francis ; Bernard, Alfred ; et. al. Inflammation induced by inhaled lipopolysaccharide depends on particle size in healthy volunteers. In: British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, Vol. 82, no.5, p. 1371-1381 (2016)
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