?2-Adrenergic receptor agonists activate CFTR in intestinal organoids and subjects with cystic fibrosis

Vijftigschild Lodewijk A.W., Berkers Gitte, Dekkers Johanna F., Zomer-van Ommen Domenique D., Matthes Elizabeth, Kruisselbrink Evelien, Vonk Annelotte, Hensen Chantal E., Heida-Michel Sabine, Geerdink Margot, Janssens Hettie M., van de Graaf Eduard A., Bronsveld Inez, de Winter-de Groot Karin M., Majoor Christof J., Heijerman Harry G.M., de Jonge Hugo R., Hanrahan John W., van der Ent Cornelis K., Beekman Jeffrey M.

Source: Eur Respir J 2016; 48: 768-779
Journal Issue: September
Disease area: Airway diseases

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