Most likely, an important part of the origins of asthma lie in early life. In this thesis, we identified early-life exposures, specifically infections and bacteria, leading to an increased risk of adverse respiratory health in childhood

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V.W.V. Jaddoe (Vincent) , J.C. de Jongste (Johan)
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Generation R Study Group

van Meel, E. (2021, June 30). Early-life Infections, Bacteria and Childhood Asthma Development: The Generation R Study. Retrieved from