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September 2020

Decoding Susceptibility to Respiratory Viral Infections and Asthma Inception in Children

Human Respiratory Syncytial Virus and Human Rhinovirus are the most frequent cause of respiratory tract infections in infants and children and are major triggers of acute viral bronchiolitis, wheezing and asthma exacerbations.

Asthma Published research Early Childhood Development Systems Immunology Youth Health
June 2020

Assessing the unified airway hypothesis in children via transcriptional profiling of the airway epithelium

Upper and lower airways are conserved in their transcriptional composition, and variations associated with disease are present in both nasal and tracheal epithelium

Published research Systems Immunology Computational Biology Airway Epithelial Research P4 Respiratory Health for Kids
May 2020

Airway Epithelial Cell Immunity Is Delayed During Rhinovirus Infection in Asthma and COPD

We propose that propensity for viral exacerbations of asthma and COPD relate to delayed expression of epithelial cell innate anti-viral immune genes

Asthma Published research Systems Immunology