Enhanced efficiency of phenotypic transition of asthmatic fibroblasts depends on canonical and non-canonical TGFß/Smad signaling pathways

D. Wnuk (Cracow, Poland), K. Ryczek (Cracow, Poland), M. Paw (Cracow, Poland), K. Kmiotek-Wasylewska (Cracow, Poland), K. Sladek (Cracow, Poland), G. Bochenek (Cracow, Poland), M. Michalik (Cracow, Poland)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Identification of therapeutic targets for asthma
Session: Identification of therapeutic targets for asthma
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 967
Disease area: Airway diseases

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D. Wnuk (Cracow, Poland), K. Ryczek (Cracow, Poland), M. Paw (Cracow, Poland), K. Kmiotek-Wasylewska (Cracow, Poland), K. Sladek (Cracow, Poland), G. Bochenek (Cracow, Poland), M. Michalik (Cracow, Poland). Enhanced efficiency of phenotypic transition of asthmatic fibroblasts depends on canonical and non-canonical TGFß/Smad signaling pathways. 967

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