A genome-wide association study of post-bronchodilator lung function in children with asthma

  1. Brehm, J.M. 1
  2. Tse, S.M. 2
  3. Croteau-Chonka, D.C. 2
  4. Forno, E. 1
  5. Litonjua, A.A. 2
  6. Raby, B.A. 2
  7. Chen, W. 1
  8. Yan, Q. 1
  9. Boutaoui, N. 1
  10. Acosta-Pérez, E. 3
  11. Avila, L. 4
  12. Weiss, S.T. 2
  13. Soto-Quiros, M. 4
  14. Cloutier, M.M. 5
  15. Hu, D. 6
  16. Pino-Yanes, M. 6
  17. Wenzel, S.E. 1
  18. Spear, M.L. 6
  19. Kolls, J.K. 1
  20. Burchard, E.G. 6
  21. Canino, G. 3
  22. Celedón, J.C. 1
  1. 1 University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
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    University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

    Pittsburgh, Estados Unidos

    GRID grid.471408.e

  2. 2 Harvard Medical School
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    Harvard Medical School

    Boston, Estados Unidos

    GRID grid.471403.5

  3. 3 University of Puerto Rico
  4. 4 Hospital Nacional de Niños
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    Hospital Nacional de Niños

    San José, Costa Rica

    GRID grid.440331.1

  5. 5 University of Connecticut Health Center
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    University of Connecticut Health Center

    Farmington, Estados Unidos

    GRID grid.208078.5

  6. 6 University of California, San Francisco
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    University of California, San Francisco

    San Francisco, Estados Unidos

    GRID grid.266102.1

Journal:
American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine

ISSN: 1535-4970

Year of publication: 2015

Volume: 192

Issue: 5

Pages: 634-637

Type: Letter

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DOI: 10.1164/rccm.201501-0047LE PMID: 26325155 SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-84942284383 GOOGLE SCHOLAR
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