Human respiratory syncytial virus produces prolonged alterations of neural control in airways of developing ferrets.

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A dysfunction of pathways that normally cause contraction or relaxation of airways has been proposed to explain heightened levels of responsiveness produced by various insults to the airway. For example, we previously reported (4) that infection of cotton rats with the human respiratory syncytial virus (HRSV) leads to a significant decrease in an airway's… (More)

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@article{Colasurdo1998HumanRS, title={Human respiratory syncytial virus produces prolonged alterations of neural control in airways of developing ferrets.}, author={Giuseppe N. Colasurdo and Val G. Hemming and Gregory A. Prince and Andrew Gelfand and Joan E. Loader and Gary L. Larsen}, journal={American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine}, year={1998}, volume={157 5 Pt 1}, pages={1506-11} }