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1-Jan-2017Animal models of COPD: What do they tell us?Jones, B; Donovan, C; Liu, G; Gomez, HM; Chimankar, V; Harrison, CL; Wiegman, CH; Adcock, IM; Knight, DA; Hirota, JA; Hansbro, PM
1-Feb-2019Heparin-binding epidermal growth factor (HB-EGF) drives EMT in patients with COPD: implications for disease pathogenesis and novel therapiesEapen, MS; Sharma, P; Thompson, IE; Lu, W; Myers, S; Hansbro, PM; Sohal, SS
1-Mar-2018RelB-deficient dendritic cells promote the development of spontaneous allergic airway inflammationNair, PM; Starkey, MR; Haw, TJ; Ruscher, R; Liu, G; Maradana, MR; Thomas, R; O'Sullivan, BJ; Hansbro, PM
7-Apr-2017Bitter Taste Receptor Agonists Mitigate Features of Allergic Asthma in Mice.Sharma, P; Yi, R; Nayak, A; Wang, N; Knight, MJ; Pan, S; Oliver, B; Deshpande, DA
1-Jan-2014Relationship between the baseline alveolar volume-to-total lung capacity ratio and airway responsivenessKaminsky, DA; Daud, A; Chapman, DG
1-May-2014Absence of c-Jun NH<inf>2</inf>-terminal kinase 1 protects against house dust mite-induced pulmonary remodeling but not airway hyperresponsiveness and inflammationvan der Velden, JLJ; Hoffman, SM; Alcorn, JF; Tully, JE; Chapman, DG; Lahue, KG; Guala, AS; Lundblad, LKA; Aliyeva, M; Daphtary, N; Irvin, CG; Janssen-Heininger, YMW
11-Apr-2017Bitter Taste Receptor Agonists Mitigate Features of Allergic Asthma in MiceSharma, P; Yi, R; Nayak, AP; Wang, N; Tang, F; Knight, MJ; Pan, S; Oliver, B; Deshpande, DA
1-Dec-2017Targeting PP2A and proteasome activity ameliorates features of allergic airway disease in miceNair, PM; Starkey, MR; Haw, TJ; Liu, G; Horvat, JC; Morris, JC; Verrills, NM; Clark, AR; Ammit, AJ; Hansbro, PM
1-Jun-2015The mannose-6-phosphate analogue, PXS64, inhibits fibrosis via TGF-β1 pathway in human lung fibroblastsSchilter, H; Cantemir-Stone, CZ; Leksa, V; Ohradanova-Repic, A; Findlay, AD; Deodhar, M; Stockinger, H; Song, X; Molloy, M; Marsh, CB; Jarolimek, W
2-Feb-2012Is low dose inhaled corticosteroid therapy as effective for inflammation and remodeling in asthma? A randomized, parallel group studyBaraket, M; Oliver, BGG; Burgess, JK; Lim, S; King, GG; Black, JL
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