Exosomes are differentially present in bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) of smokers and patients with COPD and IPF

E. Bazzan (Padova, Italy), C. Radu (Padova, Italy), M. Tinè (Padova, Italy), E. Cocconcelli (Padova, Italy), D. Biondini (Padova, Italy), G. Turato (Padova, Italy), P. Simioni (Padova, Italy), M. Cosio (Montreal , Canada), M. Saetta (Padova, Italy)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Novel mechanisms elucidated by translational studies of COPD
Session: Novel mechanisms elucidated by translational studies of COPD
Session type: Poster Discussion
Number: 1682

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