LSC - 2019 - Anti-IL5 in mild asthma alters rhinovirus-induced macrophage, B cell and neutrophil responses

Y. Sabogal Piñeros (Amsterdam, Netherlands), S. Bal (Amsterdam, Netherlands), M. Van De Pol (Amsterdam, Netherlands), B. Smids (Amsterdam, Netherlands), T. Dekker (Amsterdam, Netherlands), A. Dijkhuis (Amsterdam, Netherlands), P. Brinkman (Amsterdam, Netherlands), K. Van Der Sluijs (Amsterdam, Netherlands), K. Zwinderman (Amsterdam, Netherlands), C. Majoor (Amsterdam, Netherlands), P. Bonta (Amsterdam, Netherlands), L. Ravanetti (Amsterdam, Netherlands), P. Sterk (Amsterdam, Netherlands), R. Lutter (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Novel mechanisms elucidated by translational studies of asthma
Session: Novel mechanisms elucidated by translational studies of asthma
Session type: Poster Discussion
Number: 5200

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