Mechanism of NK1-mediated bronchoconstriction in passively sensitized human lung tissue.

S. Dehmel (Hanover, Germany), S. Delgado (Hanover, Germany), H. Obernolte (Hanover, Germany), S. Reamon-Buettner (Hanover, Germany), D. Jonigk (Hanover, Germany), O. Pfennig (Hanover, Germany), P. Braubach (Hanover, Germany), G. Warnecke (Hanover, Germany), H. Fieguth (Hanover, Germany), K. Sewald (Hanover, Germany), A. Braun (Hanover, Germany)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Translational models of the immunopathology that underlies airway obstructive diseases
Disease area: Airway diseases

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