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Molecular properties and pharmacogenetics of a polymorphism of adenylyl cyclase type 9 in asthma: interaction between beta-agonist and corticosteroid pathways.
Repeatability of response to asthma medications.
Effect of vitamin D and inhaled corticosteroid treatment on lung function in children.
Airway responsiveness in mild to moderate childhood asthma: sex influences on the natural history.
FCER2: a pharmacogenetic basis for severe exacerbations in children with asthma.
Importin-13 genetic variation is associated with improved airway responsiveness in childhood asthma.
Clinical predictors and outcomes of consistent bronchodilator response in the childhood asthma management program.
Predictors of symptoms are different from predictors of severe exacerbations from asthma in children.
Corticosteroid use and bone mineral accretion in children with asthma: effect modification by vitamin D.
Diagnostic accuracy of the bronchodilator response in children.
Genome-wide interrogation of longitudinal FEV1 in children with asthma.
Airway Obstruction Worsens in Young Adults with Asthma Who Become Obese.
Patterns of Growth and Decline in Lung Function in Persistent Childhood Asthma.
Systems biology and in vitro validation identifies family with sequence similarity 129 member A (FAM129A) as an asthma steroid response modulator.