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The pathophysiological roles of PI3Ks and therapeutic potential of selective inhibitors in allergic inflammation.

Takeda M, Ito W, Tanabe M, Ueki S, Kihara J, Kato H, Tanigai T, Kayaba H, Sasaki T, Chihara J. The pathophysiological roles of PI3Ks and therapeutic potential of selective inhibitors in allergic inflammation. Int Arch Allergy Immunol. 2010; 152 Suppl 1:90-5.

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