Transcriptomic alterations induced by air pollution-derived PM2.5 reflect the shift from healthy to COPD-diseased human bronchial epithelium

S. Anthérieu (Lille, France), B. Leclercq (Lille, France), L. Alleman (Douai, France), E. Perdrix (Douai, France), P. Coddeville (Douai, France), J. Lo-Guidice (Lille, France), G. Garçon (Lille, France)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Role of omics in population studies
Session: Role of omics in population studies
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 1268
Disease area: Airway diseases

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S. Anthérieu (Lille, France), B. Leclercq (Lille, France), L. Alleman (Douai, France), E. Perdrix (Douai, France), P. Coddeville (Douai, France), J. Lo-Guidice (Lille, France), G. Garçon (Lille, France). Transcriptomic alterations induced by air pollution-derived PM2.5 reflect the shift from healthy to COPD-diseased human bronchial epithelium. 1268

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