Human airway eosinophils respond to chemoattractants with greater eosinophil-derived neurotoxin release, adherence to fibronectin, and activation of the ras-ERK pathway when compared with blood eosinophils

Mary Ellen Bates, Julie B. Sedgwick, Yiming Zhu, Lin Ying Liu, Rose G. Heuser, Nizar N. Jarjour, Hirohito Kita, Paul J. Bertics

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