Cord blood eosinophils and Type 2 Innate lymphoid cells are correlated in infants born to mothers with asthma during pregnancy

G. Martins Costa Gomes (Newcaslte, Australia), P. De Gouveia Belinelo (Newcastle, Australia), M. R. Starkey (Newcastle, Australia), K. Jesson (Newcastle, Australia), P. M. Hansbro (Newcastle, Australia), V. E. Murphy (Newcastle, Australia), K. Hardaker (Sydney, Australia), P. D. Robinson (Sydney, Australia), P. D. Sly (Brisbane, Australia), P. G. Gibson (Newcastle, Australia), J. Mattes (Newcastle, Australia), A. M. Collison (Newcastle, Australia)

Source: International Congress 2018 – New developments in paediatric asthma
Session: New developments in paediatric asthma
Session type: Poster Discussion
Number: 5433
Disease area: Paediatric lung diseases

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G. Martins Costa Gomes (Newcaslte, Australia), P. De Gouveia Belinelo (Newcastle, Australia), M. R. Starkey (Newcastle, Australia), K. Jesson (Newcastle, Australia), P. M. Hansbro (Newcastle, Australia), V. E. Murphy (Newcastle, Australia), K. Hardaker (Sydney, Australia), P. D. Robinson (Sydney, Australia), P. D. Sly (Brisbane, Australia), P. G. Gibson (Newcastle, Australia), J. Mattes (Newcastle, Australia), A. M. Collison (Newcastle, Australia). Cord blood eosinophils and Type 2 Innate lymphoid cells are correlated in infants born to mothers with asthma during pregnancy. 5433

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