Lung microbiome dysbiosis is associated with mortality in COPD

A. Dicker (Dundee, United Kingdom), M. Lonergan (Dundee, United Kingdom), H. Keir (Dundee, United Kingdom), C. Fong (Dundee, United Kingdom), B. Tan (Dundee, United Kingdom), A. Cassidy (Dundee, United Kingdom), S. Finch (Dundee, United Kingdom), H. Mullerova (Collegeville, United States of America), J. Huang (Dundee, United Kingdom), B. Miller (Collegeville, United States of America), R. Tal-Singer (Collegeville, United States of America), J. Chalmers (Dundee, United Kingdom)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Basic research of airway diseases
Session: Basic research of airway diseases
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 3581

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A. Dicker (Dundee, United Kingdom), M. Lonergan (Dundee, United Kingdom), H. Keir (Dundee, United Kingdom), C. Fong (Dundee, United Kingdom), B. Tan (Dundee, United Kingdom), A. Cassidy (Dundee, United Kingdom), S. Finch (Dundee, United Kingdom), H. Mullerova (Collegeville, United States of America), J. Huang (Dundee, United Kingdom), B. Miller (Collegeville, United States of America), R. Tal-Singer (Collegeville, United States of America), J. Chalmers (Dundee, United Kingdom). Lung microbiome dysbiosis is associated with mortality in COPD. 3581

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