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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 32, Number 4, April 2002

Allergen avoidance: the attraction of charge
pp. 483-485(3)
Author: Gore, Robin

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H1‐antihistamines: inverse agonism, anti‐inflammatory actions and cardiac effects
pp. 489-498(10)
Authors: Leurs, R.; Church, M. K.; Taglialatela, M.

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Where next in basic asthma research?
pp. 499-506(8)
Authors: Lee, T. H; Barnes, J.

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Grass pollen sublingual immunotherapy for seasonal rhinoconjunctivitis: a randomized controlled trial
pp. 507-514(8)
Authors: Lima, M. Torres; Wilson, D.; Pitkin, L.; Roberts, A.; Nouri-Aria, K.; Jacobson, M.; Walker, S.; Durham, S.

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The effect of corona discharge on Der p 1
pp. 515-519(5)
Authors: Goodman, N.; Hughes, J. F.

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Prevalence and predictors of atopy among young Danish adults
pp. 520-525(6)
Authors: von Linstow, M.-L; Porsbjerg, C; Ulrik, C. S; Nepper‐Christensen, S; Backer, V

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Cultural adaptation is associated with atopy and wheezing among children of Turkish origin living in Germany
pp. 526-531(6)
Authors: Grüber, C.; Illi, S.; Plieth, A.; Sommerfeld, C.; Wahn, U.

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Atopy may be related to exercise-induced bronchospasm in asthma
pp. 532-536(5)
Authors: Koh, Y. I.; Choi, I. S.; Lim, H.

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Rhinovirus-induced alterations on peripheral blood mononuclear cell phenotype and costimulatory molecule expression in normal and atopic asthmatic subjects
pp. 537-542(6)
Authors: Papadopoulos, N. G.; Stanciu, L. A.; Papi, A.; Holgate, S. T.; Johnston, S. L.

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Hypertonic saline nasal provocation and acoustic rhinometry
pp. 543-550(8)
Authors: Baraniuk, J. N.; Ali, M.; Naranch, K.

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Do levels of immunoglobulin G antibodies to foods predict the development of immunoglobulin E antibodies to cat, dog and/or mite?
pp. 556-562(7)
Authors: Eysink, P. E. D.; Bindels, P. J. E.; Stapel, S. O.; Bottema, B. J. A. M.; Van Der Zee, J. S.; Aalberse, R. C.

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Lactobacillus casei strain Shirota suppresses serum immunoglobulin E and immunoglobulin G1 responses and systemic anaphylaxis in a food allergy model
pp. 563-570(8)
Authors: Shida, K.; Takahashi, R.; Iwadate, E.; Takamizawa, K.; Yasui, H.; Sato, T.; Habu, S.; Hachimura, S.; Kaminogawa, S.

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Bronchial inflammation in corticosteroid-sensitive and corticosteroid-resistant asthma at baseline and on oral corticosteroid treatment
pp. 578-582(5)
Authors: Chakir, J.; Hamid, Q.; Bossé, M.; Boulet, L.-P.; Laviolette, M.

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Specific monoclonal antibodies and human immunoglobulin E show that Hev b 5 is an abundant allergen in high protein powdered latex gloves
pp. 583-589(7)
Authors: Sutherland, M. F.; Drew, A.; Rolland, J. M.; Slater, J. E.; Suphioglu, C.; O'Hehir, R. E.

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Proliferative effects of eosinophil lysates on cultured human airway smooth muscle cells
pp. 595-601(7)
Authors: Masu, K.; Ohno, I.; Suzuki, K.; Okada, S.; Hattori, T.; Shirato, K.

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Blockade of superoxide generation prevents high-affinity immunoglobulin E receptor-mediated release of allergic mediators by rat mast cell line and human basophils
pp. 612-618(7)
Authors: Yoshimaru, T.; Suzuki, Y.; Matsui, T.; Yamashita, K.; Ochiai, T.; Yamaki, M.; Shimizu, K.

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Interleukin-12 inhibits eosinophil differentiation from bone marrow stem cells in an interferon-γ-dependent manner in a mouse model of asthma
pp. 627-632(6)
Authors: Rais, M.; Wild, J. S.; Choudhury, B. K.; Alam, R.; Stafford, S.; Dharajiya, N.; Sur, S.

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