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Volume 30, Number 12, December 2000

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New concepts in effector functions of eosinophil cytokines
pp. 1667-1671(5)
Authors: Moqbel, R.; Lacy, P.

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Functional significance of polymorphisms of the interleukin-4 and interleukin-13 receptors in allergic disease
pp. 1672-1675(4)
Authors: Gao, P.; Mao, X.; Hopkin, J.M.; Adra, C.N.; Yang, X.; Shirakawa, T.

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Bee venom allergy
pp. 1682-1687(6)
Author: Annila, I.

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Cytokine expression during allergen-induced late nasal responses: IL-4 and IL-5 mRNA is expressed early (at 6 h) predominantly by eosinophils
pp. 1709-1716(8)
Authors: Nouri-Aria, K.T.; O'brien, F.; Noble, W.; Jabcobson, M.R.; Rajakulasingam, K.; Durham, S.R.

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Is allergen skin test reactivity a predictor of mortality? Findings from a national cohort
pp. 1717-1723(7)
Authors: Gergen, P.J.; Turkeltaub, P.C.; Sempos, C.T.

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Personal exposure to allergenic pollen and mould spores in inland New South Wales, Australia
pp. 1733-1739(7)
Authors: Mitakakis, T.Z.; Tovey, E.R.; Xuan, W.; Marks, G.B.

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Socioeconomic status is a risk factor for allergy in parents but not in their children
pp. 1740-1745(6)
Authors: Bergmann, R.L.; Edenharter, G.; Bergmann, K.E.; Lau, S.; Wahn, U.

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Association between a C+33T polymorphism in the IL-4 promoter region and total serum IgE levels
pp. 1746-1749(4)
Authors: Suzuki, I.; Hizawa, N.; Yamaguchi, E.; Kawakami, Y.

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Molecular cloning of major allergen from Cupressus arizonica pollen: Cup a 1
pp. 1750-1758(9)
Authors: Aceituno, E.; Del Pozo, V.; Mínguez, A.; Arrieta, I.; Cortegano, I.; Cárdaba, B.; Gallardo, S.; Rojo, M.; Palomino, P.; Lahoz, C.

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Uptake of the yeast Malassezia furfur and its allergenic components by human immature CD1a+ dendritic cells
pp. 1759-1770(12)
Authors: Buentke, E.; Zargari, A.; Heffler, L.C.; Avila-Cariño, J.; Savolainen, J.; Scheynius, A.

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The relationship of eosinophil granule proteins to ions in the sputum of patients with cystic fibrosis
pp. 1771-1776(6)
Authors: Halmerbauer, G.; Arri, S.; Schierl, M.; Strauch, E.; Koller, D.Y.

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Analysis of induced sputum before and after withdrawal of treatment with inhaled corticosteroids in asthmatic patients
pp. 1777-1784(8)
Authors: Giannini, D.; Di Franco, A.; Cianchetti, S.; Bacci, E.; Dente, F.L.; Vagaggini, B.; Paggiaro, P.L.

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Intranasal capsaicin is lacking therapeutic effect in perennial allergic rhinitis to house dust mite. A placebo-controlled study
pp. 1792-1798(7)
Authors: Gerth van Wijk, R.; Terreehorst, I.T.; Mulder, P.G.H.; Garrelds, I.M.; Blom, H.M.; Popering, S.

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Nitric oxide-dependent neutrophil recruitment: role in nasal secretion
pp. 1799-1803(5)
Authors: Cardell, L.; Agustí, C.; Nadel, J.A.

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Interleukin-10 generation in atopic children following oral Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG
pp. 1804-1808(5)
Authors: Pessi, T.; Sütas, Y.; Hurme, M.; Isolauri, E.

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