Annual Congress Vienna 2012

Saturday, 01.09.2012
Sunday, 02.09.2012
Monday, 03.09.2012
Tuesday, 04.09.2012
Wednesday, 05.09.2012

Citations should be made in the following way: Authors. Title. Eur Respir J 2012; 40: Suppl. 56, abstract number.



The bacterial microbiota: implications for health and disease - joint session with the World Allergy Organisation

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Chairs: R. Pawankar (Tokyo, Japan), M. Decramer (Leuven, Belgium)
Aims: An understanding of the latest findings concerning the microbiome and its implications for lung diseases. A critical perspective of whether the microbiome should be considered in clinical practice and basic research.
Microbiome in small airways in asthma
P. Howarth (Southampton, United Kingdom)
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Significance of the microbiome in obstructive lung disease: where to from here?
W. Cookson (London, United Kingdom)
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Shaping of pulmonary inflammation by the lung microbiome
B. Marsland (Lausanne, Switzerland)
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The consequences of microbiome and pathogen dynamics for chronic lung diseases
G. Huffnagle (Ann Arbour, United States of America)
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