Viral induced epithelial antimicrobial defense in human asthma may depend on HDM exposure as well as HDM atopy

S. Cerps (Lund, Sweden), H. Akbarshahi (Lund, Sweden), S. Ramu (Lund, Sweden), M. Menzel (Lund, Sweden), C. Andersson (Lund, Sweden), M. Hvidtfeldt (Copenhagen, Denmark), A. Sverrild (Copenhagen, Denmark), C. Porsbjerg (Copenhagen, Denmark), L. Uller (Lund, Sweden)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – New insight into the pathogenesis of chronic lung diseases: asthma, COPD and others
Disease area: Airway diseases, Respiratory infections

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S. Cerps (Lund, Sweden), H. Akbarshahi (Lund, Sweden), S. Ramu (Lund, Sweden), M. Menzel (Lund, Sweden), C. Andersson (Lund, Sweden), M. Hvidtfeldt (Copenhagen, Denmark), A. Sverrild (Copenhagen, Denmark), C. Porsbjerg (Copenhagen, Denmark), L. Uller (Lund, Sweden). Viral induced epithelial antimicrobial defense in human asthma may depend on HDM exposure as well as HDM atopy. 2041

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