SNPs which influence the transcriptional response to acute smoke exposure are associated with long term lung function decline in smokers

A. Faiz (Groningen, Netherlands), E. Billatos (Boston, United States of America), M. Lenburg (Boston, United States of America), A. Spira (Boston, United States of America), J. Vonk (Groningen, Netherlands), M. Boezen (Groningen, Netherlands), I. Heijink (Groningen, Netherlands), M. Van Den Berge (Groningen, Netherlands)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Functional genomics and COPD: new challenges
Session: Functional genomics and COPD: new challenges
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 927
Disease area: Airway diseases

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