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Achieving healthy indoor air. Report of the ATS Workshop: Santa Fe, New Mexico, November 16-19, 1995.

@article{Bardana1997AchievingHI,
  title={Achieving healthy indoor air. Report of the ATS Workshop: Santa Fe, New Mexico, November 16-19, 1995.},
  author={J. Bardana and R. Bascom and H. Burge and H. Burroughs and T. Coady and D. Dacquisto and T. Godish and L. Hathon and L. Kirsch and K. Kreiss and H. Levin and R. Lockey and J. May and M. Mendell and R. Menzies and Stephanie Murphy and E. Nardell and H. S. Nelson and V. Salares and G. Savettiere and T. Schneider and J. A. Talbott and S. T. Taylor and W. Turner and D. Underhill and J. Ventresca and Peder Wolkoff and J. Woods and J. Samet and J. Spengler and W. Cain and R. Diamond and L. Mccurdy and R. White and R. Newlin and A. Arnold and M. Granigan and L. Fernando},
  journal={American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine},
  year={1997},
  volume={156 3 Pt 2},
  pages={
          S31-64
        }
}
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