Plasma ceramides and sphingomyelins increase in primary ciliary dyskinesia but decrease in cystic fibrosis

D. Bal Topcu (Ankara, Turkey), G. Tugcu (Ankara, Turkey), F. Ozcan (Antalya, Turkey), M. Aslan (Antalya, Turkey), S. Esref (Ankara, Turkey), M. Gharibzadeh Hizal (Ankara, Turkey), E. Elmas Yalcin (Ankara, Turkey), D. Dogru Ersoz (Ankara, Turkey), U. Ozcelik (Ankara, Turkey), N. Kiper (Ankara, Turkey), I. Lay (Ankara, Turkey), Y. Oztas (Ankara, Turkey)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Latest developments in cystic fibrosis
Session: Latest developments in cystic fibrosis
Session type: Poster Discussion
Number: 3424
Disease area: Airway diseases, Paediatric lung diseases

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D. Bal Topcu (Ankara, Turkey), G. Tugcu (Ankara, Turkey), F. Ozcan (Antalya, Turkey), M. Aslan (Antalya, Turkey), S. Esref (Ankara, Turkey), M. Gharibzadeh Hizal (Ankara, Turkey), E. Elmas Yalcin (Ankara, Turkey), D. Dogru Ersoz (Ankara, Turkey), U. Ozcelik (Ankara, Turkey), N. Kiper (Ankara, Turkey), I. Lay (Ankara, Turkey), Y. Oztas (Ankara, Turkey). Plasma ceramides and sphingomyelins increase in primary ciliary dyskinesia but decrease in cystic fibrosis. 3424

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