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Contribution of host factors and workplace exposure to the outcome of occupational asthma
Maestrelli Piero, Schlünssen Vivi, Mason Paola, Sigsgaard Torben
Eur Respir Rev 2012; 21: 88-96
June 2012 - 21 (124)
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