PPARγ is reduced in the airways of non-CF bronchiectasis subjects and is inversely correlated with the presence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Lucy Burr, Geraint Rogers, Alice Chen, Steven Taylor, Simon Bowler, Rebecca Keating, Megan Martin, Sumaira Hasnain, Michael McGuckin

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