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Volume 14 Supplement 8

Proceedings of the 4th BEAT-PCD Conference and 5th PCD Training School

Proceedings

This meeting and this publication were funded by BEAT-PCD (COST Action BM 1407); BEAT-PCD is funded by COST through European Framework Horizon 2020 support. Education grants to further support activities at the meeting were awarded by Circassia. Local funding that contributed to the running of the conference itself was received from the Polish Academy of Science (Poland) and the Poznan City Hall.

Poznan, Poland26-29 March 2019

  1. Primary ciliary dyskinesia (PCD) is an inherited ciliopathy leading to chronic suppurative lung disease, chronic rhinosinusitis, middle ear disease, sub-fertility and situs abnormalities. As PCD is rare, it is im...

    Authors: Laura E. Gardner, Katie L. Horton, Amelia Shoemark, Jane S. Lucas, Kim G. Nielsen, Helene Kobbernagel, Bruna Rubbo, Robert A. Hirst, Panayiotis Kouis, Nicola Ullmann, Ana Reula, Nisreen Rumman, Hannah M. Mitchison, Andreia Pinto, Charlotte Richardson, Anne Schmidt…

    Citation: BMC Proceedings 2020 14(Suppl 8):7

    Content type: Meeting report

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