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Published in Respiratory Medicine

Journal Scan / Research · February 02, 2024

Genome-Wide Association Study of Preserved Ratio-Impaired Spirometry

The European Respiratory Journal


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The European Respiratory Journal
Genome-wide association study of preserved ratio impaired spirometry (PRISm)
Eur. Respir. J. 2024 Jan 01;63(1)2300337, DH Higbee, A Lirio, F Hamilton, R Granell, AB Wyss, SJ London, TM Bartz, SA Gharib, MH Cho, E Wan, E Silverman, JD Crapo, JVT Lominchar, T Hansen, N Grarup, T Dantoft, L Kårhus, A Linneberg, GT O'Connor, J Dupuis, H Xu, MM De Vries, X Hu, SS Rich, RG Barr, A Manichaikul, SRA Wijnant, GG Brusselle, L Lahousse, X Li, AI Hernández Cordero, M Obeidat, DD Sin, SE Harris, P Redmond, AM Taylor, SR Cox, AT Williams, N Shrine, C John, AL Guyatt, IP Hall, G Davey Smith, MD Tobin, JW Dodd

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