Extrinsic and intrinsic airway obstruction is related to different airway smooth muscle phenotypes

M. Alvarez-Gonzalez (Mexico, Mexico), M. Alvarez-Santos (Mexico, Mexico), I. Pacheco-Alba (Mexico, Mexico), E. Eslava-De Jesus (Mexico, Mexico), A. Gonzalez-Lopez (Mexico, Mexico), R. Rojas-Madrid (Mexico, Mexico), Y. Perez-Del Valle (Mexico, Mexico), B. Bazan-Perkins (Mexico, Mexico)

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

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