Modelling IPF-associated chronic cough: role for oxidative stress?

J. Miles (London, United Kingdom), J. Pinkerton (London, United Kingdom), S. Bonvini (London, United Kingdom), E. Dubuis (London, United Kingdom), M. Wortley (London, United Kingdom), S. Pontis (Parma, Italy), M. Trevisani (Parma, Italy), G. Villetti (Parma, Italy), R. Patacchini (Parma, Italy), P. Molyneaux (London, United Kingdom), T. Maher (London, United Kingdom), M. Birrell (London, United Kingdom), M. Belvisi (London, United Kingdom)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Cellular stress in respiratory diseases
Session: Cellular stress in respiratory diseases
Session type: E-poster session
Number: 604

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J. Miles (London, United Kingdom), J. Pinkerton (London, United Kingdom), S. Bonvini (London, United Kingdom), E. Dubuis (London, United Kingdom), M. Wortley (London, United Kingdom), S. Pontis (Parma, Italy), M. Trevisani (Parma, Italy), G. Villetti (Parma, Italy), R. Patacchini (Parma, Italy), P. Molyneaux (London, United Kingdom), T. Maher (London, United Kingdom), M. Birrell (London, United Kingdom), M. Belvisi (London, United Kingdom). Modelling IPF-associated chronic cough: role for oxidative stress?. 604

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