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Development of a physiologically-relevant in vitro system to study exhaled bioaerosols
Airborne infectious diseases remain a major global health threat. The primary vector for their transmission is coarse and fine droplets, known as bioaerosols, exhaled from infected individuals during natural respiratory maneuvers, such as breathing, coughing and sneezing. Unfortunately, our current knowledge of the mechanisms by which these exhaled bioaerosols are formed in the lungs is in its infancy. In particular, progress in this field has been hindered by the complex structure of thedoi:10.17077/etd.dxj6ywhh fatcat:sjtcz2y5fvbepbmsnmmsjm2gqu