Oral presentation: Targeting of microRNAs can restore innate anti-viral response in asthma

H. Rupani (Southampton, United Kingdom)

Source: Lung Science Conference 2014 - Lung Inflammation and Immunity
Number: 19
Disease area: Airway diseases

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