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Infant nose, lung cells possess remarkably similar RNS patterns

(University of Rochester Medical Center) Cells from an infant's nose are remarkably similar to those found in the lungs, a discovery that could lead to much more precise diagnosis of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and other infant lung diseases.
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