At times when the environment is at the heart of concerns relative to the incidence of inflammatory respiratory diseases, we are proud to highlight that the first publication to feature the flexiVent in 2014 reported on the impact of environmentally relevant amounts of a ubiquitous factor present in house dust, lipopolysaccharide (LPS). The article entitled "Modulation of Distinct Asthmatic Phenotypes in Mice by Dose-Dependent Inhalation of Microbial Products" was published earlier this month in Environmental Health Perspective by Gregory S. Whitehead, Seddon Y. Thomas, and Donald N. Cook.
This article is joining the ranks of an increasingly growing list of scientific publications where the unique features of the flexiVent were used to address scientific questions on key topics in respiratory research.
As in previous years, we at SCIREQ will be pleased to continue working with you in 2014 in every possible way to achieve your scientific research objectives.
Happy and prosperous New Year from all of us at SCIREQ!
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