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26-Apr-2016Microarray Analysis Maps Global Effects of Epigenetic Bromodomain Inhibitor JQ1 on Gene Expression in Transforming Growth Factor-╬▓-Stimulated Adult Lung FibroblastsStock, C; Hubank, M; Michaeloudes, C; Chung, F; Wells, A, et al
1-Feb-2018Glucocorticoid receptor nuclear translocation in CD4 T Cells from severe and moderate asthmatic patients treated with fluticasone/vilanterolAlizadeh, Z; Mazinani, M; Mortaz, E; Fazlollahi, MR; Adcock, I, et al
10-Dec-2018PGAM5 expression and macrophage signatures in non-small cell lung cancer associated with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)Ng Kee Kwong, F; Nicholson, A; Pavlidis, S; Adcock, I; Chung, KF, et al
23-Nov-2018Role of stem cells in the pathogenesis of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and pulmonary emphysemaCoppolino, I; Ruggeri, P; Nucera, F; Cannav├▓, MF; Adcock, I, et al
3-May-2018Sputum proteomics and airway cell transcripts of current and ex-smokers with severe asthma in U-BIOPRED: an exploratory analysisTakahashi, K; Pavlidis, S; Ng Kee Kwong, F; Hoda, U; Rossios, C, 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
13-May-2016Sputum transcriptomics identifies co-expressed network signatures associated with Fev1 and sputum neutrophilia in severe asthmatics on oral corticosteroidsKuo, CS; Pavlidis, S; Loza, M; Baribaud, F; Rowe, A, et al
2-Jul-2016Transcriptional profiling identifies the lncRNA PVT1 as a novel rewgulator of the asthmatic phenotype in human airway smooth muscleAustin, PM; Tsitsiou, E; Boardman, C; Jones, S; Lindsay, M, et al
13-May-2016Increased neutrophil gelatinase-associated lipocalin (NGAL) promotes airway remodeling in COPDYao, X; Wang, Y; Adcock, I; Barnes, PJ; Wellcome Trust
9-May-2018The anti-proliferative and anti-inflammatory response of COPD airway smooth muscle cells to hydrogen sulfide.Perry, MM; Tildy, B; Papi, A; Casolari, P; Caramori, G, et al