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Exhaled Breath Condensate Levels Of Eotaxin And Macrophage‐derived Chemokine In Stable Adult Asthma Patients

F. W. Ko, C. Lau, T. Leung, G. Wong, C. Lam, C. Lai, D. Hui
Published 2006 · Medicine

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Background Asthma is associated with esoinophilic airway inflammation and overproduction of T‐helper type 2 (Th2) lymphocyte‐related cytokines.
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