Difference between pathogenic and inhibitory bacterial florae is associated with acute exacerbation of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis

S. Ohshimo (Hiroshima, Japan), H. Nishi (Hiroshima, Japan), K. Yamaguchi (Hiroshima, Japan), Y. Horimasu (Hiroshima, Japan), T. Masuda (Hiroshima, Japan), S. Miyamoto (Hiroshima, Japan), H. Iwamoto (Hiroshima, Japan), K. Fujitaka (Hiroshima, Japan), H. Hamada (Hiroshima, Japan), H. Kawaguchi (Hiroshima, Japan), F. Bonella (Essen, Germany), J. Guzman (Bochum, Germany), U. Costabel (Essen, Germany), N. Hattori (Hiroshima, Japan), N. Shime (Hiroshima, Japan)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Prognosis and biomarkers of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis
Session: Prognosis and biomarkers of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis
Session type: E-poster session
Number: 826

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S. Ohshimo (Hiroshima, Japan), H. Nishi (Hiroshima, Japan), K. Yamaguchi (Hiroshima, Japan), Y. Horimasu (Hiroshima, Japan), T. Masuda (Hiroshima, Japan), S. Miyamoto (Hiroshima, Japan), H. Iwamoto (Hiroshima, Japan), K. Fujitaka (Hiroshima, Japan), H. Hamada (Hiroshima, Japan), H. Kawaguchi (Hiroshima, Japan), F. Bonella (Essen, Germany), J. Guzman (Bochum, Germany), U. Costabel (Essen, Germany), N. Hattori (Hiroshima, Japan), N. Shime (Hiroshima, Japan). Difference between pathogenic and inhibitory bacterial florae is associated with acute exacerbation of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. 826

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