Club Cell Protein-16 modifies airway inflammation in asthma and is associated with significant clinical asthma outcomes

M. Kraft (Tucson, United States of America), J. Ledford (Tucson, United States of America), J. Gozdz (Tucson, United States of America), X. Li (Tucson, United States of America), D. Francisco (Tucson, United States of America), A. Manne (Tucson, United States of America), S. Guerra (Tucson, United States of America), F. Martinez (Tucson, United States of America), N. Kaminski (New Haven, United States of America), S. Wenzel (Pittsburgh, United States of America), D. Meyers (Tucson, United States of America), E. Bleecker (Tucson, United States of America)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Determinants and monitoring of asthma control
Session: Determinants and monitoring of asthma control
Session type: Poster Discussion
Number: 5496
Disease area: Airway diseases

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M. Kraft (Tucson, United States of America), J. Ledford (Tucson, United States of America), J. Gozdz (Tucson, United States of America), X. Li (Tucson, United States of America), D. Francisco (Tucson, United States of America), A. Manne (Tucson, United States of America), S. Guerra (Tucson, United States of America), F. Martinez (Tucson, United States of America), N. Kaminski (New Haven, United States of America), S. Wenzel (Pittsburgh, United States of America), D. Meyers (Tucson, United States of America), E. Bleecker (Tucson, United States of America). Club Cell Protein-16 modifies airway inflammation in asthma and is associated with significant clinical asthma outcomes. 5496

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