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Volume 34, Number 7, July 2004

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Obituary
pp. 995-995(1)
Author: Thomson, Neil C.

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Nerve growth factor and the vanilloid receptor: partners in crime?
pp. 996-1000(5)
Authors: van den Worm, E.; Nijkamp, F. P.; Engels, F.

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Pros and cons of microarray technology in allergy research
pp. 1001-1006(6)
Authors: Benson, M.; Olsson, M.; Rudemo, M.; Wennergren, G.; Cardell, L. O.

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The allergy epidemic extends beyond the past few decades
pp. 1007-1010(4)
Authors: Isolauri, E.; Huurre, A.; Salminen, S.; Impivaara, O.

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Antibiotic use in the first year of life and asthma in early childhood
pp. 1011-1016(6)
Authors: Celedón, J.C.; Fuhlbrigge, A.; Rifas-Shiman, S.; Weiss, S.T.; Finkelstein, J.A.

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Increased prevalence of asthma and allied diseases among active adolescent tobacco smokers after controlling for passive smoking exposure. A cause for concern?
pp. 1017-1023(7)
Authors: Annesi-Maesano, I.; Oryszczyn, M. P.; Raherison, C.; Kopferschmitt, C.; Pauli, G.; Taytard, A.; Tunon de Lara, M.; Vervloet, D.; Charpin, D.

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Compliance of asthmatic families with a primary prevention programme of asthma and effectiveness of measures to reduce inhalant allergens – a randomized trial
pp. 1024-1031(8)
Authors: Schönberger, H. J. A. M.; Maas, T.; Dompeling, E.; Knottnerus, J. A.; van Weel, C.; van Schayck, C. P.

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Polymorphism of the mast cell chymase gene (CMA1) promoter region: lack of association with asthma but association with serum total immunoglobulin E levels in adult atopic dermatitis
pp. 1037-1042(6)
Authors: Iwanaga, T.; McEuen, A.; Walls, A. F.; Clough, J. B.; Keith, T. P.; Rorke, S.; Barton, S. J.; Holgate, S. T.; Holloway, J. W.

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2 adrenoceptor Arg16Gly polymorphism, airway responsiveness, lung function and asthma in infants and children
pp. 1043-1048(6)
Authors: Turner, S. W.; Khoo, S.-K.; Laing, I. A.; Palmer, L. J.; Gibson, N. A.; Rye, P.; Landau, L. I.; Goldblatt, J.; Le Souëf, P. N.

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Association study of 15 novel single-nucleotide polymorphisms of the T-bet locus among Finnish asthma families
pp. 1049-1055(7)
Authors: Ylikoski, E.; Kinos, R.; Sirkkanen, N.; Pykäläinen, M.; Savolainen, J.; Laitinen, L. A.; Kere, J.; Laitinen, T.; Lahesmaa, R.

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Asymptomatic atopy is associated with increased indoleamine 2,3-dioxygenase activity and interleukin-10 production during seasonal allergen exposure
pp. 1056-1063(8)
Authors: von Bubnoff, D.; Fimmers, R.; Bogdanow, M.; Matz, H.; Koch, S.; Bieber, T.

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Interleukin-5 receptors on human lung eosinophils after segmental allergen challenge
pp. 1064-1070(7)
Authors: Julius, P.; Hochheim, D.; Böser, K.; Schmidt, S.; Myrtek, D.; Bachert, C.; Luttmann, W.; Virchow, J. C.

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Effect of anti-immunoglobulin E on nasal inflammation in patients with seasonal allergic rhinoconjunctivitis
pp. 1079-1085(7)
Authors: Bez, C.; Schubert, R.; Kopp, M.; Ersfeld, Y.; Rosewich, M.; Kuehr, J.; Kamin, W.; Berg, A. V.; Wahu, U.; Zielen, S.

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In vitro diagnosis of chronic nasal inflammation
pp. 1086-1092(7)
Authors: Kramer, M. F.; Burow, G.; Pfrogner, E.; Rasp, G.

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Acoustic rhinometry in nasal allergen challenge study: which dimensional measures are meaningful?
pp. 1093-1098(6)
Authors: Wang, D. Y.; Raza, M. T.; Goh, D. Y. T.; Lee, B. W.; Chan, Y. H.

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Nasal conditioning in perennial allergic rhinitis after nasal allergen challenge
pp. 1099-1104(6)
Authors: Rozsasi, A.; Leiacker, R.; Keck, T.

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Phenotypic alteration of neuropeptide-containing nerve fibres in seasonal intermittent allergic rhinitis
pp. 1105-1110(6)
Authors: Heppt, W.; Thai Dinh, Q.; Cryer, A.; Zweng, M.; Noga, O.; Peiser, C.; Melvan, M.; Witt, C.; Fischer, A.; Groneberg, D.A.

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Kiwi fruit is a significant allergen and is associated with differing patterns of reactivity in children and adults
pp. 1115-1121(7)
Authors: Lucas, J. S. A.; Grimshaw, K. E. C.; Collins, K.; Warner, J. O.; Hourihane, J. O'B.

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Anaphylaxis after hamster bites – identification of a novel allergen
pp. 1122-1123(2)
Authors: Lim, D. L.; Chan, R. M. E.; Wen, H.; Van Bever, H. P. S.; Chua, K. Y.

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Oral administration of desloratadine prior to sensitization prevents allergen-induced airway inflammation and hyper-reactivity in mice
pp. 1124-1130(7)
Authors: Blümchen, K.; Gerhold, K.; Thorade, I.; Seib, C.; Wahn, U.; Hamelmann, E.

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The remodelled tracheal basement membrane zone of infant rhesus monkeys after 6 months of recovery
pp. 1131-1136(6)
Authors: Evans, M. J.; Fanucchi, M. V.; Baker, G. L.; Van Winkle, L. S.; Pantle, L. M.; Nishio, S. J.; Schelegle, E. S.; Gershwin, L. J.; Miller, L. A.; Hyde, D. M.; Plopper, C. G.

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Nerve growth factor induces increased airway inflammation via a neuropeptide-dependent mechanism in a transgenic animal model of allergic airway inflammation
pp. 1146-1151(6)
Authors: Quarcoo, D.; Schulte-Herbrüggen, O.; Lommatzsch, M.; Schierhorn, K.; Hoyle, G.W.; Renz, H.; Braun, A.

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Forthcoming meetings
pp. 1152-1152(1)

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