Adult asthma phenotypes identified by a cluster analysis on clinical and biological characteristics

R. Nadif (Villejuif, France), M. Febrissy (Paris, France), M. Andrianjafimasy (Villejuif, France), N. Le Moual (Villejuif, France), F. Gormand (Lyon, France), J. Just (Paris, France), I. Pin (Grenoble, France), R. Matran (Lille, France), V. Siroux (Grenoble, France), O. Dumas (Villejuif, France), M. Nadif (Paris, France)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Asthma in children and adults: long-term aspects
Session: Asthma in children and adults: long-term aspects
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 293
Disease area: Airway diseases

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R. Nadif (Villejuif, France), M. Febrissy (Paris, France), M. Andrianjafimasy (Villejuif, France), N. Le Moual (Villejuif, France), F. Gormand (Lyon, France), J. Just (Paris, France), I. Pin (Grenoble, France), R. Matran (Lille, France), V. Siroux (Grenoble, France), O. Dumas (Villejuif, France), M. Nadif (Paris, France). Adult asthma phenotypes identified by a cluster analysis on clinical and biological characteristics. 293

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