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New Asthma Medicine Insights Could Improve Future Treatment

News   Apr 28, 2020 | Original story from The University of Manchester

 
New Asthma Medicine Insights Could Improve Future Treatment

A 3D visualization of an agglomerate ('pseudo'-particle) formed of micronized lactose particles, with each particle colored by its size. Data collected on a Zeiss Xradia Ultra 810. Credit: Image reproduced with permission from RDD Online / Virginia Commonwealth University

 
 
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