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Blood, urine, semen and bowel tissue were commonly identified as sensitive, and saliva donation as relatively straightforward, echoing literature suggesting that saliva is largely a simple and non-invasive form of research data [ 24 , 34 , 35 ], particularly among male participants [ 36 ], and a more convenient diagnostic fluid than blood or urine [ 24 , 37 ].
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