Calcium-sensing receptor (CaSR) drives lung ECM remodelling and fibrosis in murine asthma models and in ageing mice

R. Bruce (Cardiff, United Kingdom), P. Huang (Cardiff, United Kingdom), P. Yarova (Cardiff, United Kingdom), M. Schepelmann (Cardiff, United Kingdom), M. Schepelmann (Vienna, Austria), K. Wolffs (Cardiff, United Kingdom), B. Mansfield (Cardiff, United Kingdom), W. Ford (Cardiff, United Kingdom), E. Kidd (Cardiff, United Kingdom), W. Chang (San FRancisco, United States of America), R. Ecker (Vienna, Austria), R. Nica (Vienna, Austria), S. Ying (Beijing, China), P. Kemp (Cardiff, United Kingdom), D. Riccardi (Cardiff, United Kingdom)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Airway inflammation: pharmacological mechanisms and novel targets
Session: Airway inflammation: pharmacological mechanisms and novel targets
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 4213

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R. Bruce (Cardiff, United Kingdom), P. Huang (Cardiff, United Kingdom), P. Yarova (Cardiff, United Kingdom), M. Schepelmann (Cardiff, United Kingdom), M. Schepelmann (Vienna, Austria), K. Wolffs (Cardiff, United Kingdom), B. Mansfield (Cardiff, United Kingdom), W. Ford (Cardiff, United Kingdom), E. Kidd (Cardiff, United Kingdom), W. Chang (San FRancisco, United States of America), R. Ecker (Vienna, Austria), R. Nica (Vienna, Austria), S. Ying (Beijing, China), P. Kemp (Cardiff, United Kingdom), D. Riccardi (Cardiff, United Kingdom). Calcium-sensing receptor (CaSR) drives lung ECM remodelling and fibrosis in murine asthma models and in ageing mice. 4213

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