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Volume 32, Number 6, June 2002

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Myeloid dendritic cells make it to the top
pp. 805-810(6)
Authors: Lambrecht, Bart N.; Hammad, Hamida

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Eosinophil–epithelial cell interactions: an important facet of asthmatic inflammation
pp. 811-813(3)
Authors: Sexton, Darren W.; Walsh, Garry M.

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Rapid response of circulating myeloid dendritic cells to inhaled allergen in asthmatic subjects
pp. 818-823(6)
Authors: Upham, J. W.; Denburg, J. A.; O'Byrne, P. M.

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Associations of FceεR1-bβ polymorphisms with immunoglobin E antibody responses to common inhalant allergens in a rural population
pp. 838-842(5)
Authors: van Hage-Hamsten, M.; Johansson, E.; Kronqvist, M.; Loughry, A.; Cookson, W. O. C. M.; Moffatt, M. F.

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Prevention of sensitization to house dust mite by allergen avoidance in school age children: a randomized controlled study
pp. 843-849(7)
Authors: Arshad, S. H.; Bojarskas, J.; Tsitoura, S.; Matthews, S.; Mealy, B.; Dean, T.; Karmaus, W.; Frischer, T.; Kuehr, J.; Forster, J.

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Mite avoidance can reduce air trapping and airway inflammation in allergic asthmatic children
pp. 850-855(6)
Authors: Peroni, D. G.; Piacentini, G. L.; Costella, S.; Pietrobelli, A.; Bodini, A.; Loiacono, A.; Aralla, R.; Boner, A. L.

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Personal exposure to house dust mite allergen in bed: nasal air sampling and reservoir allergen levels
pp. 856-859(4)
Authors: Gore, R. B.; Hadi, E. A.; Craven, M.; Smillie, F. I.; O'Meara, T. J.; Tovey, E. R.; Woodcock, A.; Custovic, A.

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Increases in collagen type I synthesis in asthma: the role of eosinophils and transforming growth factor-bβ
pp. 860-865(6)
Authors: Nomura, A.; Uchida, Y.; Sakamoto, T.; Ishii, Y.; Masuyama, K.; Morishima, Y.; Hirano, K.; Sekizawa, K.

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Characterization of ‘adult-type’ mast cells derived from human bone marrow CD34+ cells cultured in the presence of stem cell factor and interleukin-6. Interleukin-4 is not required for constitutive expression of CD54, FcεRIα and chymase, and CD13 expression is reduced during differentiation
pp. 872-880(9)
Authors: Shimizu, Y.; Sakai, K.; Miura, T.; Narita, T.; Tsukagoshi, H.; Satoh, Y.; Ishikawa, S.; Morishita, Y.; Takai, S.; Miyazaki, M.; Mori, M.; Saito, H.; Xia, H.; Schwartz, L. B.

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Matrix metalloproteinase-2 from bronchial epithelial cells induces the proliferation of subepithelial fibroblasts
pp. 881-888(8)
Authors: Xu, J.; Benyon, R. C.; Leir, S.-H.; Zhang, S.; Holgate, S. T.; Lackie, P. M.

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Airway epithelial cells promote transmigration of eosinophils in a new three-dimensional chemotaxis model
pp. 889-897(9)
Authors: Kato, Y.; Fujisawa, T.; Shibano, M.; Saito, T.; Gatto, W.; Kamiya, H.; Hirai, K.; Sumida, M.; Yoshie, O.

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Migration through basement membrane modulates eosinophil expression of CD44
pp. 898-905(8)
Authors: Dallaire, M.-J.; Ferland, C.; Lavigne, S.; Chakir, J.; Laviolette, M.

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Dexamethasone inhibits maturation, cytokine production and FcεRI expression of human cord blood-derived mast cells
pp. 906-913(8)
Authors: Smith, S. J.; Piliponsky, A. M.; Rosenhead, F.; Elchalal, U.; Nagler, A.; Levi-Schaffer, F.

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Fluticasone inhibits the progression of allergen-induced structural airway changes
pp. 914-920(7)
Authors: Vanacker, N. J.; Palmans, E.; Pauwels, R. A.; Kips, J. C.

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A double-blind, placebo-controlled study on the diagnostic accuracy of an electrodermal test in allergic subjects
pp. 928-932(5)
Authors: Semizzi, M.; Senna, G.; Crivellaro, M.; Rapacioli, G.; Passalacqua, G.; Canonica, W. G.; Bellavite, P.

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The allergen profile of ash (Fraxinus excelsior) pollen: cross-reactivity with allergens from various plant species
pp. 933-941(9)
Authors: Niederberger, V.; Purohit, A.; Oster, J. P.; Spitzauer, S.; Valenta, R.; Pauli, G.

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Stimulatory and inhibitory epitopes in the T cell responses of mice to Der p 1
pp. 942-950(9)
Authors: Jarnicki, A. G.; Thomas, W. R.

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Intranasal application of purified protein derivative suppresses the initiation but not the exacerbation of allergic rhinitis in mice
pp. 951-959(9)
Authors: Hattori, H.; Okano, M.; Yamamoto, T.; Yoshino, T.; Yamashita, Y.; Watanabe, T.; Satoskar, A. R.; Harn, D. A.; Nishizaki, K.

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The tryptase inhibitor APC-366 reduces the acute airway response to allergen in pigs sensitized to Ascaris suum
pp. 967-971(5)
Authors: Sylvin, H.; Dahlbäck, M.; Van Der Ploeg, I.; Alving, K.

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Evidence of an affinity threshold for IgE-allergen binding in the percutaneous skin test reaction
pp. 972-972(1)
Authors: Pierson-Mullany, L. K.; Jackola, D. R.; Blumenthal, M. N.; Rosenberg, A.

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