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Volume 26, Number 4, April 1996

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Histamine H1-receptors in the nasal mucosa: a mystery solved?
pp. 368-370(3)
Authors: Simons, F. E. R.; Grimm, P. G.

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Unilateral nasal allergen challenge leads to bilateral release of prostaglandin D2
pp. 371-378(8)
Authors: WAGENMANN, M.; BAROODY, F. M.; DESROSIERS, M.; HUBBARD, W. C.; FORD, S.; LICHTENSTEIN, L. M.; NACLERIO, R. M.

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Increased expression of histamine H1 receptor mRNA in allergic rhinitis
pp. 379-385(7)
Authors: IRIYOSHI, N.; TAKEUCHI, K.; YUTA, A.; UKAI, K.; SAKAKURA, Y.

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The respiratory effects of reduction of mite allergen in the bedrooms of asthmatic children — a double-blind controlled trial
pp. 386-396(11)
Authors: CARSWELL, F.; BIRMINGHAM, K.; OLIVER, J.; CREWES, A.; WEEKS, J.

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Decreased production of IFNγ and increased production of IL-6 by cord blood mononuclear cells of newborns with a high risk of allergy
pp. 397-405(9)
Authors: LIAO, S. Y.; LIAO, T. N.; CHIANG, B. L.; HUANG, M. S.; CHEN, C. C.; CHOU, C. C.; HSIEH, K. H.

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Latex allergy can induce clinical reactions to specific foods
pp. 416-422(7)
Authors: BEEZHOLD, D. H.; SUSSMAN, G. L.; LISS, G. M.; CHANG, N.-S.

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Buckwheat flour hypersensitivity: an occupational asthma in a noodle maker
pp. 423-427(5)
Authors: PARK, H.-S.; NAHM, D.-H.

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Rye flour allergens associated with baker's asthma. Correlation between in vivo and in vitro activities and comparison with their wheat and barley homologues
pp. 428-435(8)
Authors: GARCÍA-CASADO, G.; ARMENTIA, A.; SÁNCHEZ-MONGE, R.; MALPICA, J. M.; SALCEDO, G.

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Stability of cereal allergens
pp. 436-443(8)
Authors: VARJONEN, E.; BJÖRKSTÉN, F.; SAVOLAINEN, J.

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Allergenic components in three different species of Penicillium: crossreactivity among major allergens
pp. 444-451(8)
Authors: SHEN, H.-D.; LIN, W.-L.; TSAI, J.-J.; LIAW, S.-F.; HAN, S.-H.

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Enhanced IgE response to Candida albicans in postoperative invasive candidiasis
pp. 452-460(9)
Authors: SAVOLAINEN, J.; RANTALA, A.; NERMES, M.; LEHTONEN, L.; VIANDER, M.

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Corrigendum
pp. 479-481(3)
Authors: FRIEDMANN, P. S.; TAN, B. B.; MUSABA, E.; STRICKLAND, I.

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