Using trained dogs and organic semi-conducting sensors to identify asymptomatic and mild SARS-CoV-2 infections: an observational study.

Guest, Claire; Dewhirst, Sarah Y; Lindsay, Steve W; Allen, David J; Aziz, Sophie; Baerenbold, Oliver; Bradley, John; Chabildas, Unnati; Chen-Hussey, Vanessa; Clifford, Samuel; +19 more... Cottis, Luke; Dennehy, Jessica; Foley, Erin; Gezan, Salvador A; Gibson, Tim; Greaves, Courtenay K; Kleinschmidt, Immo; Lambert, Sébastien; Last, Anna; Morant, Steve; Parker, Josephine EA; Pickett, John; Quilty, Billy J; Rooney, Ann; Shah, Manil; Somerville, Mark; Squires, Chelci; Walker, Martin; Logan, James G; (2022) Using trained dogs and organic semi-conducting sensors to identify asymptomatic and mild SARS-CoV-2 infections: an observational study. Journal of travel medicine. taac043. ISSN 1195-1982 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/jtm/taac043

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