From Dictyostelium to human airway epithelium: adenine nucleotide translocase enhances cellular respiration and ciliary function disrupted by cigarette smoke

C. Kliment (Baltimore, United States of America), J. Nguyen (Baltimore, United States of America), Y. Lu (Baltimore, United States of America), S. Claypool (Baltimore, United States of America), S. Raychaudhuri (Baltimore, United States of America), S. Watanabe (Baltimore, United States of America), P. Iglesias (Baltimore, United States of America), V. Sidhaye (Baltimore, United States of America), D. Robinson (Baltimore, United States of America)

Source: International Congress 2018 – A fresh view on airway differentiation and regeneration
Session: A fresh view on airway differentiation and regeneration
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 506
Disease area: Airway diseases

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C. Kliment (Baltimore, United States of America), J. Nguyen (Baltimore, United States of America), Y. Lu (Baltimore, United States of America), S. Claypool (Baltimore, United States of America), S. Raychaudhuri (Baltimore, United States of America), S. Watanabe (Baltimore, United States of America), P. Iglesias (Baltimore, United States of America), V. Sidhaye (Baltimore, United States of America), D. Robinson (Baltimore, United States of America). From Dictyostelium to human airway epithelium: adenine nucleotide translocase enhances cellular respiration and ciliary function disrupted by cigarette smoke. 506

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