eNose breathprints as surrogate biomarkers for classifying asthma patients by atopy

M. Ibrahim (Amsterdam, Netherlands), P. Brinkman (Amsterdam, Netherlands), S. Vijverberg (Amsterdam, Netherlands), A. Neerincx (Amsterdam, Netherlands), S. Hashimoto (Amsterdam, Netherlands), R. De Vries (Amsterdam, Netherlands), Y. Dagelet (Amsterdam, Netherlands), K. Knipping (Utrecht, Netherlands), P. Sterk (Amsterdam, Netherlands), A. Kraneveld (Utrecht, Netherlands), A. Maitland-Van Der Zee (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Precision meets immunology in treatment of airway diseases
Session: Precision meets immunology in treatment of airway diseases
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 3804

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M. Ibrahim (Amsterdam, Netherlands), P. Brinkman (Amsterdam, Netherlands), S. Vijverberg (Amsterdam, Netherlands), A. Neerincx (Amsterdam, Netherlands), S. Hashimoto (Amsterdam, Netherlands), R. De Vries (Amsterdam, Netherlands), Y. Dagelet (Amsterdam, Netherlands), K. Knipping (Utrecht, Netherlands), P. Sterk (Amsterdam, Netherlands), A. Kraneveld (Utrecht, Netherlands), A. Maitland-Van Der Zee (Amsterdam, Netherlands). eNose breathprints as surrogate biomarkers for classifying asthma patients by atopy. 3804

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