Azithromycin prevents airway epithelial barrier dysfunction induced by sulphur dioxide inhalation

J. Kricker (REYKJAVIK, Iceland), T. Gudjonsson (REYKJAVIK, Iceland), A. Arason (REYKJAVIK, Iceland), J. Joelsson (REYKJAVIK, Iceland), B. Valdimarsdottir (REYKJAVIK, Iceland), F. Gardarsson (REYKJAVIK, Iceland), C. Page (LONDON, United Kingdom), F. Lehmann (REYKJAVIK, Iceland), S. Ingthorsson (REYKJAVIK, Iceland)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Cutting edge science: novel molecules and mechanisms of airway diseases
Session: Cutting edge science: novel molecules and mechanisms of airway diseases
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 4782
Disease area: Airway diseases

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J. Kricker (REYKJAVIK, Iceland), T. Gudjonsson (REYKJAVIK, Iceland), A. Arason (REYKJAVIK, Iceland), J. Joelsson (REYKJAVIK, Iceland), B. Valdimarsdottir (REYKJAVIK, Iceland), F. Gardarsson (REYKJAVIK, Iceland), C. Page (LONDON, United Kingdom), F. Lehmann (REYKJAVIK, Iceland), S. Ingthorsson (REYKJAVIK, Iceland). Azithromycin prevents airway epithelial barrier dysfunction induced by sulphur dioxide inhalation. 4782

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