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Presence of fluticasone propionate on human nasal mucosal surface and in human nasal tissue over a period of 24 h after intranasal application.

(2001) ALLERGY. 56(6). p.532-535
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BONSMANN, U, Claus Bachert, KW DELANK, and P ROHDEWALD. 2001. “Presence of Fluticasone Propionate on Human Nasal Mucosal Surface and in Human Nasal Tissue over a Period of 24 h After Intranasal Application.” Allergy 56 (6): 532–535.
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BONSMANN, U., Bachert, C., DELANK, K., & ROHDEWALD, P. (2001). Presence of fluticasone propionate on human nasal mucosal surface and in human nasal tissue over a period of 24 h after intranasal application. ALLERGY, 56(6), 532–535.
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BONSMANN U, Bachert C, DELANK K, ROHDEWALD P. Presence of fluticasone propionate on human nasal mucosal surface and in human nasal tissue over a period of 24 h after intranasal application. ALLERGY. 2001;56(6):532–5.
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BONSMANN, U, Claus Bachert, KW DELANK, et al. “Presence of Fluticasone Propionate on Human Nasal Mucosal Surface and in Human Nasal Tissue over a Period of 24 h After Intranasal Application.” ALLERGY 56.6 (2001): 532–535. Print.
@article{142865,
  author       = {BONSMANN, U and Bachert, Claus and DELANK, KW and ROHDEWALD, P},
  issn         = {0105-4538},
  journal      = {ALLERGY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {6},
  pages        = {532--535},
  title        = {Presence of fluticasone propionate on human nasal mucosal surface and in human nasal tissue over a period of 24 h after intranasal application.},
  volume       = {56},
  year         = {2001},
}

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