Exhaled breath analysis for the detection of Streptococcus pneumoniae and Pseudomonas aeruginosa lung infections using gas chromatography – mass spectrometry: a rat model study.

P. van Oort (Amsterdam, Netherlands), P. Brinkman (Amsterdam, Netherlands), G. Slingers (Hasselt, Belgium), G. Koppen (Mol, Belgium), A. Maas (Amsterdam, Netherlands), J. Roelofs (Amsterdam, Netherlands), R. Schnabel (Maastricht, Netherlands), D. Bergmans (Maastricht, Netherlands), R. Goodacre (Manchester, United Kingdom), S. Fowler (Manchester, United Kingdom), M. Schultz (Amsterdam, Netherlands), L. Bos (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Mechanisms of respiratory infection
Session: Mechanisms of respiratory infection
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 2659
Disease area: Respiratory critical care, Respiratory infections

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P. van Oort (Amsterdam, Netherlands), P. Brinkman (Amsterdam, Netherlands), G. Slingers (Hasselt, Belgium), G. Koppen (Mol, Belgium), A. Maas (Amsterdam, Netherlands), J. Roelofs (Amsterdam, Netherlands), R. Schnabel (Maastricht, Netherlands), D. Bergmans (Maastricht, Netherlands), R. Goodacre (Manchester, United Kingdom), S. Fowler (Manchester, United Kingdom), M. Schultz (Amsterdam, Netherlands), L. Bos (Amsterdam, Netherlands). Exhaled breath analysis for the detection of Streptococcus pneumoniae and Pseudomonas aeruginosa lung infections using gas chromatography – mass spectrometry: a rat model study.. 2659

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