It is safe to say that the past decade has been an extremely stimulating one for those of us performing basic science research in the field of rhinology. The evolution of laboratory techniques has allowed us to use cutting-edge technology to investigate nasal cells, proteins and gaseous by-products, and also to ascertain more knowledge about the role and relevance of bacteria, fungi, and viruses within the nose...
|Number of pages
|American Journal of Rhinology and Allergy
|Published - 1 Jan 2016
- Medical research