Association between shorter telomeres’ length and Eotaxin-1 in children with severe asthma, an indicative of accelerated aging.

F. Barbé-Tuana (Porto Alegre, Brazil), L. Grun (Porto Alegre, Brazil), P. Pitrez (Porto Alegre, Brazil), M. Parisi (Porto Alegre, Brazil), V. Pierdoná (Porto Alegre, Brazil), F. Guma (Porto Alegre, Brazil), L. Pinto (Porto Alegre, Brazil), R. Stein (Porto Alegre, Brazil), M. Jones (Porto Alegre, Brazil)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Cellular metabolism and immune senescence in lung pathology
Session: Cellular metabolism and immune senescence in lung pathology
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 3594

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