The SARP is a multicenter asthma research group funded by the NHLBI consisting of the following contributors (Principal Investigators are marked with an asterisk): Brigham and Women‘s Hospital—Elliot Israel*, Bruce D. Levy, Gautham Marigowda; Cleveland Clinic—Serpil C. Erzurum*, Raed A. Dweik, Suzy A.A. Comhair, Emmea Cleggett-Mattox, Deepa George, Marcelle Baaklini, Daniel Laskowski; Emory University—Anne M. Fitzpatrick, Eric Hunter, Denise Whitlock; Imperial College School of Medicine—Kian F. Chung*, Mark Hew, Patricia Macedo, Sally Meah, Florence Chow; University of Pittsburgh—Sally E. Wenzel*, Erin Aiken; University of Texas-Medical Branch—William J. Calhoun*, Bill T. Ameredes, Dori Smith; University of Virginia—Benjamin Gaston*, W. Gerald Teague*, Mike Davis; University of Wisconsin—William W. Busse*, Nizar Jarjour, Ronald Sorkness, Sean Fain, Erin Billmeyer, Cheri Swenson, Gina Crisafi, Laura Frisque, Dan Kolk; Wake Forest University—Eugene R. Bleecker*, Deborah Meyers, Wendy Moore, Stephen Peters, Annette Hastie, Gregory Hawkins, Jeffrey Krings, Regina Smith; Washington University in St Louis—Mario Castro*, Leonard Bacharier, Iftikhar Hussain, Jaime Tarsi; Data Coordinating Center—Douglas Curran-Everett*, Ruthie Knowles, Lori Silveira; NHLBI—Patricia Noel*, Robert Smith.
Predicting Intermediate Phenotypes in Asthma Using Bronchoalveolar Lavage-Derived Cytokines
Article first published online: 16 JUL 2010
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Clinical and Translational Science
Volume 3, Issue 4, pages 147–157, August 2010
How to Cite
Brasier, A. R., Victor, S., Ju, H., Busse, W. W., Curran-Everett, D., Bleecker, E., Castro, M., Chung, K. F., Gaston, B., Israel, E., Wenzel, S. E., Erzurum, S. C., Jarjour, N. N. and Calhoun, W. J. (2010), Predicting Intermediate Phenotypes in Asthma Using Bronchoalveolar Lavage-Derived Cytokines. Clinical and Translational Science, 3: 147–157. doi: 10.1111/j.1752-8062.2010.00204.x
- Issue published online: 18 AUG 2010
- Article first published online: 16 JUL 2010
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