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New Perspectives of Asthma

Xiaoyan Dong

Shanghai Children's Hospital

Dr. Dong is a medical doctor director of respiratory in the Shanghai children's hospital. She has served as the pediatric branch of Chinese medical association respiratory group members, pediatric respiratory group of chronic cough in children's lung function, as well as China's maternal and child health association, deputy director of children's allergy branch committee member, breathing group leader.

Co-editor:

Nanbert Zhong

New York State Institute for Basic Research in Developmental Disabilities

Dr. Zhong is the Founder Director of Peking University Center of Medical Genetics as well as the Founder Chairman of Dept. Medical Genetics of Peking University Health Science Center. His research studies have been founded by the NIH (USA), March of Dimes Foundation (USA), Batten Disease Support and Research Association (USA), New York State Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene (USA), Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology, Chinese Ministry of Education, Chinese Natural Science Foundation, and Shangha

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Asthma is the most common chronic lower respiratory disease in children worldwide. Asthma usually starts at an early age, progresses differently, and the phenotype is fluid, which may worsen or disappear over time. At the same time, childhood asthma faces additional challenges due to the maturation process of the respiratory and immune systems, the natural history of the wheezing disease, the lack of good evidence-based medical evidence, the difficulty of establishing diagnostic and drug delivery pathways for disease, and the variable and often unpredictable response to treatment. The search is on for better ways to guide the diagnosis and treatment of asthma and even predict its occurrence. Therefore, non-coding RNAs have come into people's vision and play a great role in the occurrence and development of asthma through immune regulation and signal pathways. We have gained a lot of valuable experience in the continuous search for its relationship with asthma, and may even become a new target for the treatment of asthma in the future. So in this book, we will also mention the relationship between non-coding RNAs and asthma in the hope that more people will take notice.
 

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Expected publication date: November 5th 2022

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Xiaoyan Dong

Shanghai Children's Hospital

A medical doctor, graduate student tutor, the Shanghai children's hospital, director of respiratory, graduated from Shanghai second medical university, served as the member of Chinese Medical Association, pediatric respiratory group, the member of a collaborative group of Chinese children chronic cough, the member of the collaborative group of lung function of children, and the member of the Professional Committee of Shanghai antibiotics,vice director of shanghai the collaborative group of lung function of children, the younger member of shanghai allergy group. as well as the members of China's maternal and child health association, deputy director of children's allergy branch committee member, leader of the respiratory group.

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