FOXP3 genetic variants are associated with asthma severity in Brazilian women.

C. Figueiredo (Salvador/BA, Brazil), N. Carneiro (Salvador/BA, Brazil), B. Fiuza (Salvador/BA, Brazil), H. Da Silva (Salvador/BA, Brazil), R. Da Silva (Salvador/BA, Brazil), T. Carneiro (Salvador/BA, Brazil), M. Silva (Salvador/BA, Brazil), V. Carneiro (Salvador/BA, Brazil), R. Costa (Salvador/BA, Brazil), J. Fernandes (Salvador/BA, Brazil), L. Cardoso (Salvador/BA, Brazil), A. Cruz Filho (Salvador/BA, Brazil), H. Freitas (Salvador/BA, Brazil)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Understanding the immunopathology that underlies airway obstructive diseases
Session: Understanding the immunopathology that underlies airway obstructive diseases
Session type: Poster Discussion
Number: 4995
Disease area: Airway diseases

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