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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 38, Number 3, March 2008

Childhood asthma is a fat-soluble vitamin deficiency disease
pp. 385-387(3)
Authors: Weiss, S. T.; Litonjua, A. A.

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Hygiene hypothesis, allergy and BCG: a dirty mix?
pp. 388-392(5)
Authors: Obihara, C. C.; Bardin, P. G.

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Mechanisms and mediators of nasal symptoms in non-allergic rhinitis
pp. 393-404(12)
Authors: Salib, R. J.; Harries, P. G.; Nair, S. B.; Howarth, P. H.

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Seasonal changes in antigen-specific T-helper clone sizes in patients with Japanese cedar pollinosis: a 2-year study
pp. 405-412(8)
Authors: Horiguchi, S.; Tanaka, Y.; Uchida, T.; Chazono, H.; Ookawa, T.; Sakurai, D.; Okamoto, Y.

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Associations of FcRI E237G polymorphism with wheezing in Taiwanese schoolchildren
pp. 413-420(8)
Authors: Lee, Y-L.; Gilliland, F. D.; Wang, J-Y.; Lee, Y-C.; Guo, Y. L.

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Factor analysis in the Genetics of Asthma International Network family study identifies five major quantitative asthma phenotypes
pp. 421-429(9)
Authors: Pillai, S. G.; Tang, Y.; van den Oord, E.; Klotsman, M.; Barnes, K.; Carlsen, K.; Gerritsen, J.; Lenney, W.; Silverman, M.; Sly, P.; Sundy, J.; Tsanakas, J.; von Berg, A.; Whyte, M.; Ortega, H. G.; Anderson, W. H.; Helms, P. J.

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Mould-specific immunoglobulin antibodies quantified by flow cytometry reflect mould exposure in Norwegian children
pp. 430-437(8)
Authors: Rydjord, B.; Marton, J. H.; Strømsnes, H.; Granum, B.; Bolle, R.; Nystad, W.; Hetland, G.

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Association between suppressors of cytokine signalling, T-helper type 1/T-helper type 2 balance and allergic sensitization in children
pp. 438-448(11)
Authors: Daegelmann, C.; Herberth, G.; Röder, S.; Herbarth, O.; Giese, T.; Krämer, U.; Behrendt, H.; Borte, M.; Heinrich, J.; Emmrich, F.; Lehmann, I.

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Maternal allergy influences p38-mitogen-activated protein kinase activity upon microbial challenge in CD14+ monocytes from 2-year-old children
pp. 449-457(9)
Authors: Saghafian-Hedengren, S.; Holmlund, U.; Amoudruz, P.; Nilsson, C.; Sverremark-Ekström, E.

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Modulation of the epithelial inflammatory response to rhinovirus in an atopic environment
pp. 466-472(7)
Authors: Xatzipsalti, M.; Psarros, F.; Konstantinou, G.; Gaga, M.; Gourgiotis, D.; Saxoni-Papageorgiou, P.; Papadopoulos, N. G.

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Selective induction of nerve growth factor and brain-derived neurotrophic factor by LPS and allergen in dendritic cells
pp. 473-479(7)
Authors: Noga, O.; Peiser, M.; Altenähr, M.; Schmeck, B.; Wanner, R.; Dinh, Q. T.; Hanf, G.; Suttorp, N.

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A rapid two-step procedure for the purification of human peripheral blood basophils to near homogeneity
pp. 480-485(6)
Authors: Gibbs, B. F.; Papenfuss, K.; Falcone, F. H.

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Tuberculin reactivity and allergic disorders in schoolchildren, Okinawa, Japan
pp. 486-492(7)
Authors: Miyake, Y.; Arakawa, M.; Tanaka, K.; Sasaki, S.; Ohya, Y.

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Primary versus secondary immunoglobulin E sensitization to soy and wheat in the Multi-Centre Allergy Study cohort
pp. 493-500(8)
Authors: Matricardi, P. M.; Bockelbrink, A.; Beyer, K.; Keil, T.; Niggemann, B.; Grüber, C.; Wahn, U.; Lau, S.

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-Tocopherol prevents airway eosinophilia and mucous cell hyperplasia in experimentally induced allergic rhinitis and asthma
pp. 501-511(11)
Authors: Wagner, J. G.; Jiang, Q.; Harkema, J. R.; Ames, B. N.; Illek, B.; Roubey, R. A.; Peden, D. B.

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Medication with antihistamines impairs allergen-specific immunotherapy in mice
pp. 512-519(8)
Authors: Johansen, P.; Senti, G.; Maria Martínez Gómez, J.; Kündig, T. M.

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Intranasal vaccination with poly(lactide-co-glycolide) microparticles containing a peptide T of Ole e 1 prevents mice against sensitization
pp. 520-528(9)
Authors: Marazuela, E. G.; Prado, N.; Moro, E.; Fernández-García, H.; Villalba, M.; Rodríguez, R.; Batanero, E.

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Allergological implication of the quaternary hexameric structure of the cockroach allergen Per a 3
pp. 539-548(10)
Authors: Bellinghausen, I.; Häringer, B.; Lafargue, B.; Strand, D.; König, B.; Decker, H.; Saloga, J.

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Forthcoming meetings
pp. 549-549(1)

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