Air Pollution May Cause Year-Round Runny Noses

News   Apr 19, 2017 | Original story from Johns Hopkins Medicine

 
Air Pollution May Cause Year-Round Runny Noses

Sinuses of mice that inhaled filtered air. The sinus surface is an intact barrier as seen by the presence of proteins that hold the cells together such as E-cadherin (red), Claudin-1 (green) and DAPI (blue). CREDIT: Ramanathan lab

 
 
 

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