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2006B2-Agonists and Exercise-Induced AsthmaAnderson, Sandra; Brannan, J; Caillaud, Corinne; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Medicine; Exercise & Sport ScienceB2-Agonists and Exercise-Induced Asthma, Clinical Reviews in Allergy & Immunology, vol.31,(2-3),2006,pp 163-180
2011Cough response to isocapnic hyperpnoea of dry air and hypertonic saline are interrelatedBrannan, J; Kontra, Kirsi; Koskela, Heikki O.; Purokivi, Minna; MedicineCough response to isocapnic hyperpnoea of dry air and hypertonic saline are interrelated, Cough, vol.7, 8, 2011,pp 1-7
2012Feasibility and acceptability of using bronchial hyperresponsiveness to manage asthma in primary care: a pilot studyBrannan, J; Glasgow,, N; Turton, James; MedicineFeasibility and acceptability of using bronchial hyperresponsiveness to manage asthma in primary care: a pilot study, Primary Care Respiratory Journal, vol.21, 1, 2012,pp 28-34
2001Predictive markers of asthma exacerbation during stepwise dose reduction of inhaled corticosteroidsBrannan, J; Chan, Hak-Kim (Kim); Jenkins, Christine; Leuppi, J; Marks, Guy; Salome, Cheryl; Woolcock, Ann; Xuan, Wei; Anderson, Sandra; Andersson, M; Freed, R; Koskela,, HPredictive markers of asthma exacerbation during stepwise dose reduction of inhaled corticosteroids, American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, vol.163,(2),2001,pp 406-412
2005Questionnaire responses that predict airway response to hypertonic saline.Anderson, Sandra; Belousova, Elena; Brannan, J; Leuppi, J; Reddel, Helen; Rodwell, Leanne T; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Medicine; Medicine; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical ResearchQuestionnaire responses that predict airway response to hypertonic saline., Respiration, vol.72,(1),2005,pp 52-60
2008Relationship between airway responsiveness to mannitol and to methacholine and markers of airway inflammation, peak flow variability and quality of life in asthma patientsAnderson, Sandra; Backer, V; Brannan, J; Porsbjerg, C; Central Clinical School: MedicineRelationship between airway responsiveness to mannitol and to methacholine and markers of airway inflammation, peak flow variability and quality of life in asthma patients, Clinical and Experimental Allergy, vol.38, 1, 2008,pp 43-50