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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 42, Number 5, 1 May 2012

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What is severe asthma?
pp. 617-624(8)
Authors: Blakey, J. D.; Wardlaw, A. J.

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Pathogenesis of severe asthma
pp. 625-637(13)
Authors: Poon, A. H.; Eidelman, D. H.; Martin, J. G.; Laprise, C.; Hamid, Q.

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Lung damage and airway remodelling in severe asthma
pp. 638-649(12)
Authors: Brightling, C. E.; Gupta, S.; Gonem, S.; Siddiqui, S.

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The role of allergy in severe asthma
pp. 659-669(11)
Authors: Kennedy, J. L.; Heymann, P. W.; Platts‐Mills, T. A. E.

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Exacerbations of severe asthma
pp. 670-677(8)
Authors: McDonald, V. M.; Gibson, P. G.

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The investigation of severe asthma to define phenotypes
pp. 678-692(15)
Authors: Gibeon, D.; Chung, K. F.

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Current treatment of severe asthma
pp. 693-705(13)
Authors: Hashimoto, S.; Bel, E. H.

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Severe asthma: future treatments
pp. 706-711(6)
Authors: O'Byrne, P. M.; Naji, N.; Gauvreau, G. M.

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Molecular and clinical rationale for therapeutic targeting of interleukin‐5 and its receptor
pp. 712-737(26)
Authors: Molfino, N. A.; Gossage, D.; Kolbeck, R.; Parker, J. M.; Geba, G. P.

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Obesity and aspirin intolerance are risk factors for difficult‐to‐treat asthma in Japanese non‐atopic women
pp. 738-746(9)
Authors: Fukutomi, Y.; Taniguchi, M.; Tsuburai, T.; Tanimoto, H.; Oshikata, C.; Ono, E.; Sekiya, K.; Higashi, N.; Mori, A.; Hasegawa, M.; Nakamura, H.; Akiyama, K.

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Nitric oxide and related enzymes in asthma: relation to severity, enzyme function and inflammation
pp. 760-768(9)
Authors: Yamamoto, M.; Tochino, Y.; Chibana, K.; Trudeau, J. B.; Holguin, F.; Wenzel, S. E.

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Non‐atopic males with adult onset asthma are at risk of persistent airflow limitation
pp. 769-774(6)
Authors: Amelink, M.; de Nijs, S. B.; Berger, M.; Weersink, E. J.; ten Brinke, A.; Sterk, P. J.; Bel, E. H.

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Associated demographics of persistent exhaled nitric oxide elevation in treated asthmatics
pp. 775-781(7)
Authors: Matsunaga, K.; Yanagisawa, S.; Hirano, T.; Ichikawa, T.; Koarai, A.; Akamatsu, K.; Sugiura, H.; Minakata, Y.; Matsunaga, K.; Kawayama, T.; Ichinose, M.

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Isolation of filamentous fungi from sputum in asthma is associated with reduced post‐bronchodilator FEV1
pp. 782-791(10)
Authors: Agbetile, J.; Fairs, A.; Desai, D.; Hargadon, B.; Bourne, M.; Mutalithas, K.; Edwards, R.; Morley, J. P.; Monteiro, W. R.; Kulkarni, N. S.; Green, R. H.; Pavord, I. D.; Bradding, P.; Brightling, C. E.; Wardlaw, A. J.; Pashley, C. H.

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Prediction of asthma exacerbations in children: results of a one‐year prospective study
pp. 792-798(7)
Authors: Robroeks, C. M. H. H. T.; Vliet, D.; Jöbsis, Q.; Braekers, R.; Rijkers, G. T.; Wodzig, W. K. W. H.; Bast, A.; Zimmermann, L. J. I.; Dompeling, E.

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The role of seasonal grass pollen on childhood asthma emergency department presentations
pp. 799-805(7)
Authors: Erbas, B.; Akram, M.; Dharmage, S. C.; Tham, R.; Dennekamp, M.; Newbigin, E.; Taylor, P.; Tang, M. L. K.; Abramson, M. J.

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Response by P. Devillier, on behalf of the authors
pp. 806-806(1)
Author: Devillier, P.

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Forthcoming Meetings
pp. 808-808(1)

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