Viral bronchial asthma: immune mechanisms of the disease

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The immune mechanisms involved in the pathogenesis of virus-induced bronchial asthma are extremely diverse and depend on many factors, including the etiological agent that caused this clinical pathology. However, there are characteristic features that manifest themselves in the majority of patients with bronchial asthma, who suffer from respiratory infections.

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V A Shashel

Kuban Medical University; Regional Clinical Hospital for Children

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Email: vela.firsova@mail.ru
г. Краснодар

V N Firsova

Kuban Medical University; Regional Clinical Hospital for Children

Email: vela.firsova@mail.ru
г. Краснодар

M M Trubilina

Kuban Medical University; Regional Clinical Hospital for Children

Email: vela.firsova@mail.ru
г. Краснодар

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