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Effect of bronchoconstriction due to exercise combined with cold air inhalation on airway responsiveness to histamine in asthmatic subjects



Effect of bronchoconstriction due to exercise combined with cold air inhalation on airway responsiveness to histamine in asthmatic subjects



Journal of Allergy & Clinical Immunology 77(1 Part 2): 171




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