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Postnatal Smoke Exposure Further Increases the Hepatic Nicotine Metabolism in Prenatally Smoke Exposed Male Offspring and Is Linked with Aberrant Cyp2a5 Methylation

Prenatal smoke effect on mouse offspring Igf1 promoter methylation from fetal stage to adulthood is organ- and sex-specific

Prenatal smoke exposure dysregulates lung epithelial cell differentiation in mouse offspring - Role for AREG-induced EGFR signaling

Prenatal smoke exposure induces persistent Cyp2a5 methylation and increases nicotine metabolism in the liver of neonatal and adult male offspring

A cellular census of healthy lung and asthmatic airway wall identifies novel cell states in health and disease

A cellular census of human lungs identifies novel cell states in health and in asthma

Characterizing smoking-induced transcriptional heterogeneity in the human bronchial epithelium at single-cell resolution

Aberrant DNA methylation and expression of SPDEF and FOXA2 in airway epithelium of patients with COPD

Prenatal exposure to tobacco smoke sex dependently influences methylation and mRNA levels of the Igf axis in lungs of mouse offspring

Atopy and Inhaled Corticosteroid Use Associate with Fewer IL-17(+) Cells in Asthmatic Airways

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