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Difficult/therapy-resistant asthma - The need for an integrated approach to define clinical phenotypes, evaluate risk factors, understand pathophysiology and find novel therapies.

(1999) EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL. 13(5). p.1198-1208
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CHUNG, KF, P GODARD, E ADELROTH, et al. “Difficult/therapy-resistant Asthma - The Need for an Integrated Approach to Define Clinical Phenotypes, Evaluate Risk Factors, Understand Pathophysiology and Find Novel Therapies.” EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL 13.5 (1999): 1198–1208. Print.
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CHUNG, K., GODARD, P., ADELROTH, E., AYRES, J., BARNES, N., BARNES, P., BEL, E., et al. (1999). Difficult/therapy-resistant asthma - The need for an integrated approach to define clinical phenotypes, evaluate risk factors, understand pathophysiology and find novel therapies. EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL, 13(5), 1198–1208.
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CHUNG, KF, P GODARD, E ADELROTH, J AYRES, N BARNES, P BARNES, E BEL, et al. 1999. “Difficult/therapy-resistant Asthma - The Need for an Integrated Approach to Define Clinical Phenotypes, Evaluate Risk Factors, Understand Pathophysiology and Find Novel Therapies.” European Respiratory Journal 13 (5): 1198–1208.
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CHUNG, KF, P GODARD, E ADELROTH, J AYRES, N BARNES, P BARNES, E BEL, P BURNEY, P CHANEZ, G CONNETT, C CORRIGAN, J DE BLIC, L FABBRI, ST HOLGATE, P IND, Guy Joos, H KERSTJENS, P LEUENBERGER, CG LOFDAHL, S MCKENZIE, H MAGNUSSEN, D POSTMA, M SAETTA, S SALMERON, M SILVERMAN, and P STERK. 1999. “Difficult/therapy-resistant Asthma - The Need for an Integrated Approach to Define Clinical Phenotypes, Evaluate Risk Factors, Understand Pathophysiology and Find Novel Therapies.” European Respiratory Journal 13 (5): 1198–1208.
Vancouver
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CHUNG K, GODARD P, ADELROTH E, AYRES J, BARNES N, BARNES P, et al. Difficult/therapy-resistant asthma - The need for an integrated approach to define clinical phenotypes, evaluate risk factors, understand pathophysiology and find novel therapies. EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL. 1999;13(5):1198–208.
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K. CHUNG et al., “Difficult/therapy-resistant asthma - The need for an integrated approach to define clinical phenotypes, evaluate risk factors, understand pathophysiology and find novel therapies.,” EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL, vol. 13, no. 5, pp. 1198–1208, 1999.
@article{114171,
  author       = {CHUNG, KF and GODARD, P and ADELROTH, E and AYRES, J and BARNES, N and BARNES, P and BEL, E and BURNEY, P and CHANEZ, P and CONNETT, G and CORRIGAN, C and DE BLIC, J and FABBRI, L and HOLGATE, ST and IND, P and Joos, Guy and KERSTJENS, H and LEUENBERGER, P and LOFDAHL, CG and MCKENZIE, S and MAGNUSSEN, H and POSTMA, D and SAETTA, M and SALMERON, S and SILVERMAN, M and STERK, P},
  issn         = {0903-1936},
  journal      = {EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {1198--1208},
  title        = {Difficult/therapy-resistant asthma - The need for an integrated approach to define clinical phenotypes, evaluate risk factors, understand pathophysiology and find novel therapies.},
  volume       = {13},
  year         = {1999},
}

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