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2018
Martinez CH, Li SX, Hirzel AJ, Stolberg VR, Alexis NE, R Barr G, Bleecker ER, Carretta EE, Christenson SA, Cooper CB et al..  2018.  Alveolar eosinophilia in current smokers with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in the SPIROMICS cohort.. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 141(1):429-432.
Putcha N, Fawzy A, Paul GG, Lambert AA, Psoter KJ, Sidhaye VK, Woo J, J Wells M, Labaki WW, Doerschuk CM et al..  2018.  Anemia and Adverse Outcomes in a Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Population with a High Burden of Comorbidities. An Analysis from SPIROMICS.. Ann Am Thorac Soc. 15(6):710-717.
Han MK, Tayob N, Murray S, Woodruff PG, Curtis JL, Kim V, Criner G, Galbán CJ, Ross BD, Hoffman EA et al..  2018.  Association between Emphysema and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Outcomes in the COPDGene and SPIROMICS Cohorts: A Post Hoc Analysis of Two Clinical Trials.. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 198(2):265-267.
Fawzy A, Putcha N, Paulin LM, Aaron CP, Labaki WW, Han MK, Wise RA, Kanner RE, Bowler RP, R Barr G et al..  2018.  Association of thrombocytosis with COPD morbidity: the SPIROMICS and COPDGene cohorts.. Respir Res. 19(1):20.
Bhatt SP, Nath HP, Kim Y-I, Ramachandran R, Watts JR, Terry NLJ, Sonavane S, Deshmane SP, Woodruff PG, Oelsner EC et al..  2018.  Centrilobular emphysema and coronary artery calcification: mediation analysis in the SPIROMICS cohort.. Respir Res. 19(1):257.
J Wells M, Parker MM, Oster RA, Bowler RP, Dransfield MT, Bhatt SP, Cho MH, Kim V, Curtis JL, Martinez FJ et al..  2018.  Elevated circulating MMP-9 is linked to increased COPD exacerbation risk in SPIROMICS and COPDGene.. JCI Insight. 3(22)
Li X, Ortega VE, Ampleford EJ, R Barr G, Christenson SA, Cooper CB, Couper D, Dransfield MT, Han MLan K, Hansel NN et al..  2018.  Genome-wide association study of lung function and clinical implication in heavy smokers.. BMC Med Genet. 19(1):134.
Pirozzi CS, Gu T, Quibrera PM, Carretta EE, Han MK, Murray S, Cooper CB, Tashkin DP, Kleerup EC, Barjaktarevic I et al..  2018.  Heterogeneous burden of lung disease in smokers with borderline airflow obstruction.. Respir Res. 19(1):223.
Smith BM, Traboulsi H, Austin JHM, Manichaikul A, Hoffman EA, Bleecker ER, Cardoso WV, Cooper C, Couper DJ, Dashnaw SM et al..  2018.  Human airway branch variation and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 115(5):E974-E981.
Haghighi B, Choi S, Choi J, Hoffman EA, Comellas AP, Newell JD, R Barr G, Bleecker E, Cooper CB, Couper D et al..  2018.  Imaging-based clusters in current smokers of the COPD cohort associate with clinical characteristics: the SubPopulations and Intermediate Outcome Measures in COPD Study (SPIROMICS).. Respir Res. 19(1):178.
Putcha N, Paul GG, Azar A, Wise RA, O'Neal WK, Dransfield MT, Woodruff PG, Curtis JL, Comellas AP, M Drummond B et al..  2018.  Lower serum IgA is associated with COPD exacerbation risk in SPIROMICS.. PLoS One. 13(4):e0194924.
Kesimer M, Smith BM, Ceppe A, Ford AA, Anderson WH, R Barr G, O'Neal WK, Boucher RC.  2018.  Mucin Concentrations and Peripheral Airway Obstruction in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 198(11):1453-1456.
Labaki WW, Xia M, Murray S, Curtis JL, R Barr G, Bhatt SP, Bleecker ER, Hansel NN, Cooper CB, Dransfield MT et al..  2018.  NT-proBNP in stable COPD and future exacerbation risk: Analysis of the SPIROMICS cohort.. Respir Med. 140:87-93.
Paulin LM, Smith BM, Koch A, Han ML, Hoffman EA, Martinez C, Ejike C, Blanc PD, Rous J, R Barr G et al..  2018.  Occupational Exposures and Computed Tomographic Imaging Characteristics in the SPIROMICS Cohort.. Ann Am Thorac Soc. 15(12):1411-1419.
Zeidler MR, Martin JL, Kleerup EC, Schneider H, Mitchell MN, Hansel NN, Sundar K, Schotland H, Basner RC, J Wells M et al..  2018.  Sleep disruption as a predictor of quality of life among patients in the subpopulations and intermediate outcome measures in COPD study (SPIROMICS).. Sleep. 41(5)
2017
Martinez CH, Diaz AA, Meldrum C, Curtis JL, Cooper CB, Pirozzi C, Kanner RE, Paine R, Woodruff PG, Bleecker ER et al..  2017.  Age and Small Airway Imaging Abnormalities in Subjects with and without Airflow Obstruction in SPIROMICS.. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 195(4):464-472.
Kesimer M, Ford AA, Ceppe A, Radicioni G, Cao R, C Davis W, Doerschuk CM, Alexis NE, Anderson WH, Henderson AG et al..  2017.  Airway Mucin Concentration as a Marker of Chronic Bronchitis.. N Engl J Med. 377(10):911-922.
Hastie AT, Martinez FJ, Curtis JL, Doerschuk CM, Hansel NN, Christenson S, Putcha N, Ortega VE, Li X, R Barr G et al..  2017.  Association of sputum and blood eosinophil concentrations with clinical measures of COPD severity: an analysis of the SPIROMICS cohort.. Lancet Respir Med. 5(12):956-967.
Keene JD, Jacobson S, Kechris K, Kinney GL, Foreman MG, Doerschuk CM, Make BJ, Curtis JL, Rennard SI, R Barr G et al..  2017.  Biomarkers Predictive of Exacerbations in the SPIROMICS and COPDGene Cohorts.. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 195(4):473-481.
Nishida K, Brune KA, Putcha N, Mandke P, O'Neal WK, Shade D, Srivastava V, Wang M, Lam H, An SS et al..  2017.  Cigarette smoke disrupts monolayer integrity by altering epithelial cell-cell adhesion and cortical tension.. Am J Physiol Lung Cell Mol Physiol. 313(3):L581-L591.
Hammond E, Sloan C, Newell JD, Sieren JP, Saylor M, Vidal C, Hogue S, De Stefano F, Sieren A, Hoffman EA et al..  2017.  Comparison of low- and ultralow-dose computed tomography protocols for quantitative lung and airway assessment.. Med Phys. 44(9):4747-4757.
Bowler RP, Hansel NN, Jacobson S, R Barr G, Make BJ, Han MK, O'Neal WK, Oelsner EC, Casaburi R, Barjaktarevic I et al..  2017.  Electronic Cigarette Use in US Adults at Risk for or with COPD: Analysis from Two Observational Cohorts.. J Gen Intern Med. 32(12):1315-1322.
Han MK, Quibrera PM, Carretta EE, R Barr G, Bleecker ER, Bowler RP, Cooper CB, Comellas A, Couper DJ, Curtis JL et al..  2017.  Frequency of exacerbations in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: an analysis of the SPIROMICS cohort.. Lancet Respir Med. 5(8):619-626.

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