Airway mucus accumulation in COPD: the cholinergic paradox!

Pierre-Régis Burgel

Source: Eur Respir J, 55 (1) 1902473; 10.1183/13993003.02473-2019
Journal Issue: January
Disease area: Airway diseases

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