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Optimizing sputum methodology
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Is allergen avoidance effective?
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Latex allergy: towards immunotherapy for health care workers
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Sputum processing: a new method to improve cytospin quality
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Repeated ozone exposures enhance bronchial allergen responses in subjects with rhinitis or asthma
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Pollutional and meteorological factors are closely related to complaints of non-allergic, non-infectious perennial rhinitis patients: a time series model
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Paradoxical low nasal nitric oxide in nasal polyposis
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Prevalence of wheeze, bronchial hyper-responsiveness and asthma in the elderly Chinese
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Outcome of a latex avoidance program in a high-risk population for latex allergy – a five-year follow-up study
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Mouldy houses influence symptoms of asthma among atopic individuals
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Long-term safety and efficacy of nevirapine tolerance induction
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Boletus edulis: a digestion-resistant allergen may be relevant for food allergy
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Carbohydrates expressed on Aspergillus fumigatus induce in vivo allergic Th2-type response
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Expression of Th1, Th2 and immunosuppressive cytokine gene transcripts in canine atopic dermatitis
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