EGEA (Epidemiological study on the Genetics and Environment of Asthma, bronchial hyperresponsiveness and atopy)—design issues

Authors


  • Supported by INSERM/MSD convention, INSERM networks of clinical research (489012). and public health research (494009).

  • Piirticipanis of the EGFA project: I. Annesi (INSERM U 169, Villejuif, J. Bousquet (Montpellier), D. Charpin (Marseille), M- H. Dizier (INSERM U 155, Paris). D. Beochard (Lyon). J. Fcingold (INSERM U155). F- Goniiand (Lyon), F. Kauffmann (INSERM U 169, coordinator), M. Lathrop (INSERM U 358, Paris). A. Lockhart (Paris-Cochin), R. Matran (Paris-Cochin), F. Neukirch (INSERM U408, Paris-Bichat). E, Paty (Paris-Necker), I, Pin (Grenoble), C. Pison (Grenoble). P, Scheinmann (Paris-Necker) and D. Vervloel (Marseille) France.

Dr F. Kauffman, INSERM U 169, 16 Avenue Paul-Vaillanl Couturier, K-94807 Villejuif Cedex, France.

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