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Severe Asthma Research Program

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Characterizing Asthma Sputum Elasticity in the UCSF Severe Asthma Research Program

This study is designed to characterize subjects in terms of their sputum phenotype. The purpose of this study is to learn more about the impact of having abnormally elastic sputum on asthma severity by comparing subjects with severe as well as mild/moderate asthma to healthy controls. The characterization will include medical history, pulmonary function testing, imaging of the lungs and biospecimen collection.

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Characterizing Asthma Sputum Elasticity in the UCSF Severe Asthma Research Program

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NCT02103348

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