Detection-of-Mouse-Cough-Based-on-Sound-Monitoring-and-Respiratory-Airflow-Waveforms-pone.0059263.s003.oga (Ogg Vorbis sound file, length 13 s, 107 kbps)
English: Here C is the deep inspiration waveform. The body movement was similar, but the respiatory waveforms were different from coughs and with no sound. This hints: mice cough could not accuratedly judged through mice movement observation.
|Source||Audio S2 from Chen L, Lai K, Lomask J, Jiang B, Zhong N (2013). "Detection of Mouse Cough Based on Sound Monitoring and Respiratory Airflow Waveforms". PLOS ONE. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0059263. PMC: 3605448.|
|Author||Chen L, Lai K, Lomask J, Jiang B, Zhong N|
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