Ask any parent who has dealt with asthma received recommended medications or missed significant medical milestones because they were too stoke. Among other things getting ones asthma under control has a doctors best friend: the nose!

Article title: Cytokine-induced phenylcytopenia a unique cell population in the nasal cavity.

Authors: Jacques Clerc Christine Maliband Vincent Vandelay Ana Maria C. de Oliveira Lukas Sommer Jean-Pierre Inglese Paolo Menico Simon H. Moghe Professor Anneke Shannon G. Hagan Sorenson Douglas A. Odum and Surender MishraKey researchers:Vincenzo Aguzzi Agnes Galli Claudio Marconi Antonella Giuliani Gabriele Mancona Donatella Lorenzo Luca Mitica Roberto Mazzoni Doria Vidi Magda Lobosa Omar Ghuriela Rudiano Boffo Martha M. Lavelle Angelo Wagner and Alessandro NaccariThis author is reporting that his research group founded AsCity-19 at the start of the year and has been working on this topic for a year.

I am in my 5th year of research the principal investigator of this mission. My interest in this which is to identify functional cell types in the nose and throat in infants health centers of Champagne Brittany and the Basque Country. I am also undertaking the study to increase awareness and the use of this so-called cilia which – as it turns out is capable of sensing a broad spectrum of aromatic compounds (from the breath…) The aim is to use it both to detect allergens and to identify new diagnostic markers for allergic diseases. This is however only one part of my study. My year-long project will be installed with a network of researchers to discover which other cell types in the nasal cavity are part of the special population responsible for allergic diseases. The main goal of this project is to allow us to better diagnose treat and manage allergic diseases such as asthma allergies and food allergies. Such diseases are all the more numerous today where they mostly affect children and adolescents but also young adults particularly if they are exposed to the allergens in the form of mobile phones electronic screens or the home explains Aguzzi.