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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 27, Number 2, February 1997

Oilseed rape sensitivity
pp. 125-127(3)
Author: McSHARRY, C.

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Cell adhesion molecules and asthma
pp. 128-141(14)
Authors: BLOEMEN, P. G. M.; HENRICKS, P. A. J.; NIJKAMP, F. P.

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The Th2 cell in asthma: initial expectations yet to be realised
pp. 142-150(9)
Authors: KRUG, N.; FREW, A. J.

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Sibship size and self-reported inhalant allergy among adult women
pp. 151-155(5)
Authors: STRACHAN, D. P.; HARKINS, L. S.; GOLDING, J.

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Oilseed rape pollen is a potentially relevant allergen
pp. 156-161(6)
Authors: HEMMER, W.; FOCKE, M.; WANTKE, F.; JA¨GER, S.; GO¨TZ, M.; JARISCH, R.

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Life-threatening, recurrent anaphylaxis caused by allergy to gliadin and exercise
pp. 162-166(5)
Authors: VARJONEN, E.; VAINIO, E.; KALIMO, K.

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Prevalence of latex allergy in hospital staff in Hong Kong
pp. 167-174(8)
Authors: LEUNG, R.; HO, A.; CHAN, J.; CHOY, D.; LAI, C. K. W.

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Azelastine eye drops reduce and prevent allergic conjunctival reaction and exert anti-allergic activity
pp. 182-191(10)
Authors: CIPRANDI, G.; BUSCAGLIA, S.; CATRULLO, A.; PESCE, G.; FIORINO, N.; MONTAGNA, P.; BAGNASCO, M.; CANONICA, G. W.

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Characterization of allergens from deer: cross-reactivity with allergens from cow dander
pp. 196-201(6)
Authors: SPITZAUER, S.; VALENTA, R.; MU¨HL, S.; RUMPOLD, H.; EBNER, H.; EBNER, C.

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Heterogeneous proteolytic specificity and activity of the house dust mite proteinase allergen Der p I
pp. 202-207(6)
Authors: HEWITT, C. R. A.; HORTON, H.; JONES, R. M.; PRITCHARD, D. I.

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Stimulation of early eosinophil progenitors by a heat stable alveolar macrophage product from ovalbumin-sensitized and non-sensitized guinea pigs
pp. 208-217(10)
Authors: GASPAR ELSAS, M. I. C.; XAVIER ELSAS, P.; JOSEPH, D.; HAVET, N.; ADELINO DA SILVA, L. A.; SSLGADO, D. R.; SALIOU, B.; VARGIFTIG, B. B.

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The expression of murine cutaneous late phase reaction requires both IgE antibodies and CD4 T cells
pp. 225-231(7)
Authors: SAWADA, K.; NAGAI, H.; BASAKI, Y.; YAMAYA, H.; IKIZAWA, K.; WATANABE, M.; KOJIMA, M.; MATSUURA, N.; KINIWA, M.

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