Longitudinal data-driven definition of clinical asthma phenotypes in the pediatric arm of the All Age Asthma Cohort (ALLIANCE) of the German Center for Lung Research (DZL)

A. Hose (Munich, Germany), T. Bahmer (Kiel, Germany), K. Rabe (Grosshansdorf, Germany), E. Von Mutius (Munich, Germany), G. Hansen (Hannover, Germany), M. Kopp (Luebeck, Germany), M. Ege (Munich, Germany)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Hot topics in paediatric asthma
Session: Hot topics in paediatric asthma
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 4021

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A. Hose (Munich, Germany), T. Bahmer (Kiel, Germany), K. Rabe (Grosshansdorf, Germany), E. Von Mutius (Munich, Germany), G. Hansen (Hannover, Germany), M. Kopp (Luebeck, Germany), M. Ege (Munich, Germany). Longitudinal data-driven definition of clinical asthma phenotypes in the pediatric arm of the All Age Asthma Cohort (ALLIANCE) of the German Center for Lung Research (DZL). 4021

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