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Genetic architecture of moderate-to-severe asthma mirrors that of mild asthma.Academic Article Why?
Chicago Metropolitan Asthma Consortium for severe / exacerbation-prone asthmaGrant Why?
Expression of semaphorin 3E is suppressed in severe asthma.Academic Article Why?
Recent Advances in Severe Asthma: From Phenotypes to Personalized Medicine.Academic Article Why?
Factors associated with effective inhaler technique among children with moderate to severe asthma.Academic Article Why?
Airway Inflammation after Bronchial Thermoplasty for Severe Asthma.Academic Article Why?
Progression to Uncontrolled Severe Asthma: A Novel Risk Equation.Academic Article Why?
Bronchial thermoplasty: therapeutic success in severe asthma associated with persistent airflow obstruction.Academic Article Why?
A common cortactin gene variation confers differential susceptibility to severe asthma.Academic Article Why?
The role of intrinsic efficacy in determining response to a beta2-agonist in acute severe asthma.Academic Article Why?
PrecISE: Precision Medicine in Severe Asthma: An adaptive platform trial with biomarker ascertainment.Academic Article Why?
Vitamin D insufficiency and risk of severe asthma exacerbations.Academic Article Why?
Human bronchial smooth muscle cell lines show a hypertrophic phenotype typical of severe asthma.Academic Article Why?
Potential new targets for drug development in severe asthma.Academic Article Why?
Bronchial Thermoplasty in Patients With Severe Asthma at 5 Years: The Post-FDA Approval Clinical Trial Evaluating Bronchial Thermoplasty in Severe Persistent Asthma Study.Academic Article Why?
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