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Leptin Plays A Vital Role among Female Patients Suffering From Asthma

ave an association with asthma but it may have an independent role to play. Further studies in this direction would help in the identification of the role played by Leptin as an inflammatory or pro-inflammatory effect. This would be an important finding as it is found that asthma is an inflammatory disease.


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