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Respiratory effects associated with wood fuel use : A cross-sectional biomarker study among adolescents.

Bibliographic reference Van Miert, Erik ; Sardella, Antonia ; Nickmilder, Marc ; Bernard, Alfred. Respiratory effects associated with wood fuel use : A cross-sectional biomarker study among adolescents.. In: Pediatric pulmonology, (2011)
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