In people with asthma, the cells that line the airways in the lungs are unusually shaped and “scramble around like there’s a fire drill going on.” But according to a study at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, an unexpected discovery suggests intriguing new avenues both for basic biological research and for therapeutic interventions to fight asthma.
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Dr. Nader Taheri Qazvini from Iran collaborated in this study and the results were published in the journal of Nature Materials. We wish him good luck for his future endeavors. Read More