TSLP polymorphisms are associated with asthma in a sex-specific fashion

G. M. Hunninghake, M. E. Soto-Quirós, L. Avila, H. P. Kim, J. Lasky-Su, N. Rafaels, I. Ruczinski, T. H. Beaty, R. A. Mathias, K. C. Barnes, J. B. Wilk, G. T. Oconnor, W. James Gauderman, H. Vora, J. W. Baurley, F. Gilliland, C. Liang, J. S. Sylvia, B. J. Klanderman, S. S. SharmaB. E. Himes, C. J. Bossley, E. Israel, B. A. Raby, A. Bush, A. M. Choi, S. T. Weiss, J. C. Celedón

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