Myofibroblasts are associated with increase in small airway thickening, epithelial plasticity and decreased lung function in COPD

M. Eapen (Launceston, Australia), C. Ward (Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom), H. Walters (Hobart, Australia), J. Markos (Launceston, Australia), C. Chia (Launceston, Australia), J. Larby (Launceston, Australia), G. Haug (Launceston, Australia), A. Hills (Launceston, Australia), T. Hackett (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada), W. Lu (Launceston, Australia), S. Myers (Launceston, Australia), S. Sohal (Launceston, Australia)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Intercellular communication in tissue remodelling
Session: Intercellular communication in tissue remodelling
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 2122
Disease area: Airway diseases, Interstitial lung diseases

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M. Eapen (Launceston, Australia), C. Ward (Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom), H. Walters (Hobart, Australia), J. Markos (Launceston, Australia), C. Chia (Launceston, Australia), J. Larby (Launceston, Australia), G. Haug (Launceston, Australia), A. Hills (Launceston, Australia), T. Hackett (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada), W. Lu (Launceston, Australia), S. Myers (Launceston, Australia), S. Sohal (Launceston, Australia). Myofibroblasts are associated with increase in small airway thickening, epithelial plasticity and decreased lung function in COPD. 2122

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