In vitro susceptibility to rhinovirus infection is greater for bronchial than for nasal airway epithelial cells in human subjects

Nilceia Lopez-Souza, Silvio Favoreto, Hofer Wong, Theresa Ward, Shigeo Yagi, David Schnurr, Walter E. Finkbeiner, Gregory M. Dolganov, Jonathan H. Widdicombe, Homer A. Boushey, Pedro C. Avila*

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