EPAC drives the anti-tussive effect of EP4 receptors on airway sensory nerves

M. Wortley (London, United Kingdom), S. Bonvini (Gothenburg, Sweden), J. Adcock (Gothenburg, Sweden), E. Dubuis (London, United Kingdom), S. Maher (London, United Kingdom), R. Penn (Philadelphia, United States of America), M. Belvisi (Gothenburg, Sweden), M. Birrell (Gothenburg, Sweden)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Chronic cough: only symptom or disease?
Session: Chronic cough: only symptom or disease?
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 4562

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