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Understanding why in-utero exposure to inhaled oxidants predispose people to develop asthma and COPD

Project Member(s): Oliver, B., Chen, H., Faiz, A.

Funding or Partner Organisation: National Health & Medical Research Council (National Health Medical Research Council)
National Health & Medical Research Council (National Health Medical Research Council)

Start year: 2019

Publications:

Bozier, J, Rutting, S, Xenaki, D, Peters, M, Adcock, I & Oliver, BG 2019, 'Heightened response to e-cigarettes in COPD.', ERJ open research, vol. 5, no. 1.
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Chan, YL, Wang, B, Chen, H, Ho, KF, Cao, J, Hai, G, Jalaludin, B, Herbert, C, Thomas, PS, Saad, S & Oliver, BGG 2019, 'Pulmonary inflammation induced by low-dose particulate matter exposure in mice.', American journal of physiology. Lung cellular and molecular physiology, vol. 317, no. 3, pp. L424-L430.
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FOR Codes: Cell Development, Proliferation and Death, Respiratory System and Diseases (incl. Asthma)