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Volume 38, Number 7, July 2008

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The Editor's Choice
pp. 1067-1067(1)

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Natriuretic peptides and asthma: is there a connection?
pp. 1068-1070(3)
Author: Hall, I. P.

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Alcohol consumption and allergic rhinitis
pp. 1071-1073(3)
Author: Scadding, G.

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Update on mechanisms of allergen injection immunotherapy
pp. 1074-1088(15)
Authors: James, L. K.; Durham, S. R.

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What is a food allergen?
pp. 1095-1099(5)
Authors: Lucas, J. S. A.; Atkinson, R. G.

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Hypertonic saline cough provocation test with salbutamol pre-treatment: evidence for sensorineural dysfunction in asthma
pp. 1100-1107(8)
Authors: Koskela, H. O.; Purokivi, M. K.; Kontra, K. M.; Taivainen, A. H.; Tukiainen, H. O.

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Involvement of 15-lipoxygenase and prostaglandin EP receptors in aspirin-triggered 15-hydroxyeicosatetraenoic acid generation in aspirin-sensitive asthmatics
pp. 1108-1116(9)
Authors: Jedrzejczak-Czechowicz, M.; Lewandowska-Polak, A.; Bienkiewicz, B.; Kowalski, M. L.

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A polymorphism in the NPPA gene associates with asthma
pp. 1117-1123(7)
Authors: Lima, J. J.; Mohapatra, S.; Feng, H.; Lockey, R.; Jena, P. K.; Castro, M.; Irvin, C.; Johnson, J. A.; Wang, J.; Sylvester, J. E.

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A follow-up study of immunotherapy-treated birch-allergic patients: effect on the expression of chemokines in the nasal mucosa
pp. 1124-1131(8)
Authors: Plewako, H.; Holmberg, K.; Oancea, I.; Gotlib, T.; Samoliński, B.; Rak, S.

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Peanut-specific B and T cell responses are correlated in peanut-allergic but not in non-allergic individuals
pp. 1132-1139(8)
Authors: Turcanu, V.; Winterbotham, M.; Kelleher, P.; Lack, G.

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Nitric oxide evaluation in upper and lower respiratory tracts in nasal polyposis
pp. 1140-1147(8)
Authors: Delclaux, C.; Malinvaud, D.; Chevalier-Bidaud, B.; Callens, E.; Mahut, B.; Bonfils, P.

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Dendritic cells from control but not atopic donors respond to contact and respiratory sensitizer treatment in vitro with differential cytokine production and altered stimulatory capacity
pp. 1148-1159(12)
Authors: Holden, N. J.; Bedford, P. A.; McCarthy, N. E.; Marks, N. A.; Ind, P. W.; Jowsey, I. R.; Basketter, D. A.; Knight, S. C.

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Pan-neurotrophin receptor p75NTR expression is strongly induced in lesional atopic mast cells
pp. 1168-1173(6)
Authors: Fischer, T. C.; Lauenstein, H.-D.; Serowka, F.; Pilzner, C.; Groneberg, D. A.; Welker, P.

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How the presence of rhinoconjunctivitis and the severity of asthma modify the relationship between obesity and asthma in children 6–7 years old
pp. 1174-1178(5)
Authors: Garcia-Marcos, L.; Arnedo Pena, A.; Busquets-Monge, R.; Morales Suárez-Varela, M.; García de Andoin, N.; Batlles-Garrido, J.; Blanco-Quirós, A.; López-Silvarrey Varela, A.; García-Hernández, G.; Aguinaga-Ontoso, I.; González-Díaz, C.; Garcia-Merino, A.

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Alcohol consumption and the risk of self-reported perennial and seasonal allergic rhinitis in young adult women in a population-based cohort study
pp. 1179-1185(7)
Authors: Bendtsen, P.; Grønbæk, M.; Kjær, S. K.; Munk, C.; Linneberg, A.; Tolstrup, J. S.

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Effect of maternal egg consumption on breast milk ovalbumin concentration
pp. 1186-1191(6)
Authors: Palmer, D. J.; Gold, M. S.; Makrides, M.

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Airway inflammation induced after allergic poly-sensitization can be prevented by mucosal but not by systemic administration of poly-peptides
pp. 1192-1202(11)
Authors: Hufnagl, K.; Focke, M.; Gruber, F.; Hufnagl, P.; Loupal, G.; Scheiner, O.; Wiedermann, U.

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Trigeminal nasal-specific neurons respond to nerve growth factor with substance-P biosynthesis
pp. 1203-1211(9)
Authors: Mingomataj, E.; Dinh, Q. T.; Groneberg, D.; Feleszko, W.; Schmeck, B.; Joachim, R.; Noga, O.; Nagel, S.; Klapp, B. F.; Fischer, A.

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Sex-related splenocyte function in a murine model of allergic asthma
pp. 1212-1219(8)
Authors: Okuyama, K.; Wada, K.; Chihara, J.; Takayanagi, M.; Ohno, I.

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Immunoglobulin E recognition patterns to purified Kiwifruit (Actinidinia deliciosa) allergens in patients sensitized to Kiwi with different clinical symptoms
pp. 1220-1228(9)
Authors: Palacin, A.; Rodriguez, J.; Blanco, C.; Lopez-Torrejon, G.; Sánchez-Monge, R.; Varela, J.; Jiménez, M. A.; Cumplido, J.; Carrillo, T.; Crespo, J. F.; Salcedo, G.

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Pistachio vicilin, Pis v 3, is immunoglobulin E-reactive and cross-reacts with the homologous cashew allergen, Ana o 1
pp. 1229-1238(10)
Authors: Willison, L. N.; Tawde, P.; Robotham, J. M.; Penney, R. M.; Teuber, S. S.; Sathe, S. K.; Roux, K. H.

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Forthcoming meetings
pp. 1243-1243(1)

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