DNA methylation and gene expression changes in human lung fibroblasts occur already in mild COPD and progress with disease development

U. Schwartz* (Heidelberg, Germany), M. Llamazares Prada* (Heidelberg, Germany), M. Richter (Heidelberg, Germany), R. Tamas (Heidelberg, Germany), T. Muley (Heidelberg, Germany), A. Warth (Heidelberg, Germany), D. Weichenhan (Heidelberg, Germany), B. Brors (Heidelberg, Germany), K. Quast (Biberach, Germany), D. Wyatt (Biberach, Germany), C. Plass (Heidelberg, Germany), R. Jurkowska (Heidelberg, Germany)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Functional genomics and COPD: new challenges
Session: Functional genomics and COPD: new challenges
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 926
Disease area: Airway diseases

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U. Schwartz* (Heidelberg, Germany), M. Llamazares Prada* (Heidelberg, Germany), M. Richter (Heidelberg, Germany), R. Tamas (Heidelberg, Germany), T. Muley (Heidelberg, Germany), A. Warth (Heidelberg, Germany), D. Weichenhan (Heidelberg, Germany), B. Brors (Heidelberg, Germany), K. Quast (Biberach, Germany), D. Wyatt (Biberach, Germany), C. Plass (Heidelberg, Germany), R. Jurkowska (Heidelberg, Germany). DNA methylation and gene expression changes in human lung fibroblasts occur already in mild COPD and progress with disease development. 926

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