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Volume 33, Number 11, November 2003

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Active cigarette smoking and asthma
pp. 1471-1475(5)
Authors: Thomson, N. C.; Chaudhuri, R.; Livingston, E.

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Antihistamines as anti-inflammatory agents
pp. 1476-1478(3)
Authors: Tsicopoulos, A.; Nadai, P. de

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Cough and asthma
pp. 1481-1483(3)
Authors: Berry, M. A.; Birring, S. S.; Brightling, C. E.; Pavord, I. D.

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Latex allergy. A position paper of the British Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology
pp. 1484-1499(16)
Authors: Cullinan, P.; Brown, R.; Field, A.; Hourihane, J.; Jones, M.; Kekwick, R.; Rycroft, R.; Stenz, R.; Williams, S.; Woodhouse, C.

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Effects of asthma on cell components in peripheral blood among smokers and non-smokers
pp. 1500-1505(6)
Authors: Sunyer, J.; Springer, G.; Jamieson, B.; Conover, C.; Detels, R.; Rinaldo, C.; Margolick, J.; Muñoz, A.

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Interrelationships among asthma, atopy, rhinitis and exhaled nitric oxide in a population-based sample of children
pp. 1506-1511(6)
Authors: Jouaville, L. F.; Annesi-Maesano, I.; Nguyen, L. T.; Bocage, A. S.; Bedu, M.; Caillaud, D.

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Age at bacille Calmette–Guérin vaccination and risk of allergy and asthma
pp. 1512-1517(6)
Authors: Bager, P.; Rostgaard, K.; Nielsen, N.M.; Melbye, M.; Westergaard, T.

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Early-life exposure to antibacterials and the subsequent development of hayfever in childhood in the UK: case–control studies using the General Practice Research Database and the Doctors' Independent Network
pp. 1518-1525(8)
Authors: Bremner, S. A.; Carey, I. M.; DeWilde, S.; Richards, N.; Maier, W. C.; Hilton, S. R.; Strachan, D. P.; Cook, D. G.

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Levels of soluble CD30 in cord blood and peripheral blood during childhood are not correlated with the development of atopic disease or a family history of atopy
pp. 1531-1536(6)
Authors: Holmlund, U.; Bengtsson, Å.; Nilsson, C.; Kusoffsky, E.; Lilja, G.; Scheynius, A.; Sverremark-Ekström, E.

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Ebastine inhibits T cell migration, production of Th2-type cytokines and proinflammatory cytokines
pp. 1544-1554(11)
Authors: Nori, M.; Iwata, S.; Munakata, Y.; Kobayashi, H.; Kobayashi, S.; Umezawa, Y.; Hosono, O.; Kawasaki, H.; Dang, N. H.; Tanaka, H.; Shiohara, T.; Morimoto, C.

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Effect of FK506 eye drops on late and delayed-type responses in ocular allergy models
pp. 1555-1560(6)
Authors: Sengoku, T.; Sakuma, S.; Satoh, S.; Kishi, S.; Ogawa, T.; Ohkubo, Y.; Mutoh, S.

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In vitro expansion of human basophils by interleukin-3 from granulocyte colony-stimulating factor-mobilized peripheral blood stem cells
pp. 1561-1567(7)
Authors: Takao, K.; Tanimoto, Y.; Fujii, M.; Hamada, N.; Yoshida, I.; Ikeda, K.; Imajo, K.; Takahashi, K.; Harada, M.; Tanimoto, M.

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Tolerance to a rice hydrolysate formula in children allergic to cow's milk and soy
pp. 1576-1580(5)
Authors: Fiocchi, A.; Travaini, M.; D'Auria, E.; Banderali, G.; Bernardo, L.; Riva, E.

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Presentation of allergen in different food preparations affects the nature of the allergic reaction – a case series
pp. 1581-1585(5)
Authors: Grimshaw, K. E. C.; King, R. M.; Nordlee, J. A.; Hefle, S. L.; Warner, J. O.; Hourihane, J. O.'B.

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Evaluation of protein allergenic potential in mice: dose–response analyses
pp. 1586-1594(9)
Authors: Dearman, R. J.; Stone, S.; Caddick, H. T.; Basketter, D.A.; Kimber, I.

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Oral administration of an edible-mushroom-derived protein inhibits the development of food-allergic reactions in mice
pp. 1595-1602(8)
Authors: Hsieh, K.-Y.; Hsu, C.-I.; Lin, J.-Y.; Tsai, C.-C.; Lin, R.-H.

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Intranasal exposure to a damp building mould, Stachybotrys chartarum, induces lung inflammation in mice by satratoxin-independent mechanisms
pp. 1603-1610(8)
Authors: Leino, M.; Mäkelä, M.; Reijula, K.; Haahtela, T.; Mussalo-Rauhamaa, H.; Tuomi, T.; Hintikka, E.-L.; Alenius, H.

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Forthcoming meetings
pp. 1611-1611(1)

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