EXhaled Hydrogen peroxide As a marker of Lung diseasE – the EXHALE 1A study

M. Jones (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), D. Neville (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), J. Gates (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), T. Jones (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), C. Fogg (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), M. Amos-Lyons (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), M. Chauhan (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), S. Begum (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), J. Longstaff (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), J. Winter (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), J. Williams (Hartpury, United Kingdom), J. Shute (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), T. Brown (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), H. Rupani (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), A. Chauhan (Portsmouth, United Kingdom)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Evaluation of basic science in airway diseases
Session: Evaluation of basic science in airway diseases
Session type: Poster Discussion
Number: 1712

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M. Jones (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), D. Neville (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), J. Gates (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), T. Jones (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), C. Fogg (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), M. Amos-Lyons (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), M. Chauhan (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), S. Begum (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), J. Longstaff (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), J. Winter (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), J. Williams (Hartpury, United Kingdom), J. Shute (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), T. Brown (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), H. Rupani (Portsmouth, United Kingdom), A. Chauhan (Portsmouth, United Kingdom). EXhaled Hydrogen peroxide As a marker of Lung diseasE – the EXHALE 1A study. 1712

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