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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
Nov-2019IL-17-high asthma with features of a psoriasis immunophenotypeÖstling, J; Van Geest, M; Schofield, JPR; Jevnikar, Z; Wilson, S, et al
6-Jan-2018IL-6 pathway upregulation in subgroup of severe asthma is associated with neutrophilia and poor lung functionTuran, N; Edwards, MJ; Bates, S; Shaw, D; Chung, KF, et al
Jul-2021Medication adherence in patients with severe asthma prescribed oral corticosteroids in the U-BIOPRED cohortAlahmadi, FH; Simpson, AJ; Gomez, C; Ericsson, M; Thörngren, J-O, et al
26-Jul-2017Pathway discovery using transcriptomic profiles in adult-onset severe asthmaHekking, PP; Loza, MJ; Pavlidis, S; De Meulder, B; Lefaudeux, D, et al
6-Oct-2016Severe asthma exists despite suppressed tissue inflammation: findings of the U-BIOPRED study.Wilson, SJ; Ward, JA; Sousa, AR; Corfield, J; Bansal, AT, et al
1-Jan-2021Sputum microbiome profiles identify severe asthma phenotypes of relative stability at 12-18 monthsAbdel-Aziz, MI; Brinkman, P; Vijverberg, SJH; Neerincx, AH; Riley, JH, et al
Jul-2019Stratification of asthma phenotypes by airway proteomic signaturesSchofield, JPR; Burg, D; Nicholas, B; Strazzeri, F; Brandsma, J, et al
27-Sep-2017Transcriptomic gene signatures associated with persistent airflow limitation in patients with severe asthmaHekking, PP; Loza, MJ; Pavlidis, S; De Meulder, B; Lefaudeux, D, et al
Feb-2019Treatable traits in the European U-BIOPRED adult asthma cohortsSimpson, AJ; Hekking, P-P; Shaw, DE; Fleming, LJ; Roberts, G, et al
20-Oct-2016U-BIOPRED clinical adult asthma clusters linked to a subset of sputum -omicsLefaudeux, D; De Meulder, B; Loza, MJ; Peffer, N; Rowe, A, et al
15-Jul-2020Urinary leukotriene E4 and prostaglandin D2 metabolites increase in adult and childhood severe asthma characterized by type-2 inflammationKolmert, J; Gómez, C; Balgoma, D; Sjödin, M; Bood, J, et al