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International Journal of Epigenetics
Electronic cigarettes (ECIGs) are electronic devices that heat and vaporize a solution that usually contains a mixture of glycerol, propylene glycol, water, flavors and various concentrations of nicotine. ECIGs have 3 key components: A power source, a cartridge containing an atomizer along with a liquid solution and a mouthpiece. The solution (often known as e-liquid or e-juice) is heated into an aerosol inhaled by the user. Smoking conventional cigarettes is considered a determinant factor indoi:10.3892/ije.2021.2 fatcat:2ky6nhgox5do3npmx3ffjvmydq