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1-Mar-2017Global Strategy for the Diagnosis, Management, and Prevention of Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease 2017 Report. GOLD Executive SummaryVogelmeier, CF; Criner, GJ; Martinez, FJ; Anzueto, A; Barnes, PJ, et al
10-Jan-2017The SYGMA programme of phase 3 trials to evaluate the efficacy and safety of budesonide/formoterol given 'as needed' in mild asthma: study protocols for two randomised controlled trialsO'Byrne, PM; FitzGerald, JM; Zhong, N; Bateman, E; Barnes, PJ, et al
25-Mar-2017A Randomized Pragmatic Trial of Changing to and Stepping Down Fluticasone/Formoterol in Asthma.Usmani, OS; Kemppinen, A; Gardener, E; Thomas, V; Konduru, PR, et al
29-Jun-2016A novel inhaled phosphodiesterase 4 inhibitor (CHF6001) reduces the allergen challenge response in asthmatic patientsSingh, D; Leaker, B; Boyce, M; Nandeuil, MA; Collarini, S, et al
4-Oct-2017Mitochondria, telomeres and cell senescence: Implications for lung ageing and diseaseBirch, J; Barnes, PJ; Passos, JF
24-Nov-2015The effect of body weight on distal airway function and airway inflammationVan de Kant, KDG; Paredi, P; Meah, S; Kalsi, HS; Barnes, PJ, et al
11-Dec-2017Quercetin restores corticosteroid sensitivity in cells from patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.Mitani, A; Azam, A; Vuppusetty, C; Ito, K; Mercado, N, et al
26-May-2016CORRIGENDUM: Inhaler technique: facts and fantasies. A view from the Aerosol Drug Management Improvement Team (ADMIT)Levy, ML; Dekhuijzen, P; Barnes, PJ; Broeders, M; Corrigan, CJ, et al
1-Sep-2016Repeated lipopolysaccharide exposure causes corticosteroid insensitive airway inflammation via activation of phosphoinositide-3-kinase δ pathwayUeda, K; Nishimoto, Y; Kimura, G; Masuko, T; Barnes, PJ, et al
25-Feb-2015Pharmacogenomics and targeted therapy of cancer: Focusing on non-small cell lung cancerHaghgoo, SM; Allameh, A; Mortaz, E; Garssen, J; Folkerts, G, et al