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Inside R&D Alert. Computerized Model for Checking Effectiveness of Arrhythmia Medications; Atomizing Humidifier for Improved Indoor Air Quality; Microfluidic-Based Body-on-a-Chip Device for Studying Drug Response

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This issue profiles a computerized model for checking effectiveness of arrhythmia medications, an atomizing humidifier for improved indoor air quality, and a microfluidic-based body-on-a-chip device for studying drug response.

Click headings to expand and collapse Published: 30 Mar 2012
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