Infant Viral Respiratory Infection Nasal-Immune-Response Patterns and Their Association with Subsequent Childhood Recurrent Wheeze.

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Authors: Turi KN, Shankar J, Anderson LJ, Rajan D, Gaston K, Gebretsadik T, Das SR, Stone C, Larkin EK, Rosas-Salazar C, Brunwasser SM, Moore ML, Peebles RS, Hartert TV
Title: Infant Viral Respiratory Infection Nasal-Immune-Response Patterns and Their Association with Subsequent Childhood Recurrent Wheeze.
Citation: American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine. 2018-05-07; .: .
Abstract:
Recurrent wheeze and asthma are thought to result from alterations in early life immune development following RSV infection, however, prior studies of the nasal immune-response to infection have assessed only individual cytokines, which doesn't capture the whole spectrum of response to infection.
PMID: 29733679