Il-4 and IL-13 act independently and synergistically to drive type 2 inflammation

A. Le Floc'H (Tarrytown, United States of America), J. Allinne (Tarrytown, United States of America), K. Nagashima (Tarrytown, United States of America), G. Scott (Tarrytown, United States of America), D. Birchard (Tarrytown, United States of America), S. Asrat (Tarrytown, United States of America), M. Sleeman (Tarrytown, United States of America), A. Murphy (Tarrytown, United States of America), J. Orengo (Tarrytown, United States of America)

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: 5206

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