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Volume 43, Number 11, 1 November 2013

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Sniffing out steroid responsiveness in asthma using an electronic nose
pp. 1198-1199(2)
Authors: Bjerg, A.; Lötvall, J.

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Advances in our understanding of drug hypersensitivity
pp. 1200-1201(2)
Author: Brockow, K.

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Multiple grass mixes as opposed to single grasses for allergen immunotherapy in allergic rhinitis
pp. 1202-1216(15)
Authors: Gangl, K.; Niederberger, V.; Valenta, R.

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Predicting steroid responsiveness in patients with asthma using exhaled breath profiling
pp. 1217-1225(9)
Authors: Schee, M. P.; Palmay, R.; Cowan, J. O.; Taylor, D. R.

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Cytokine responses of peripheral blood mononuclear cells to allergen do not identify asthma or asthma phenotypes
pp. 1226-1235(10)
Authors: Simms, E.; Kjarsgaard, M.; Denis, S.; Hargreave, F. E.; Nair, P.; Larché, M.

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VEGFA variants are associated with pre‐school lung function, but not neonatal lung function
pp. 1236-1245(10)
Authors: Kreiner‐Møller, E.; Chawes, B. L. K.; Vissing, N. H.; Koppelman, G. H.; Postma, D. S.; Madsen, J. S.; Olsen, D. A.; Baty, F.; Vonk, J. M.; Kerkhof, M.; Sleiman, P.; Hakonarsson, H.; Mortensen, L. J.; Poorisrisak, P.; Bisgaard, H.; Bønnelykke, K.

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Allopurinol hypersensitivity is primarily mediated by dose‐dependent oxypurinol‐specific T cell response
pp. 1246-1255(10)
Authors: Yun, J.; Mattsson, J.; Schnyder, K.; Fontana, S.; Largiadèr, C. R.; Pichler, W. J.; Yerly, D.

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Prevalence of IgE against neuromuscular blocking agents in hairdressers and bakers
pp. 1256-1262(7)
Authors: Dong, S.; Acouetey, D. S.; Guéant‐Rodriguez, R.‐M.; Zmirou‐Navier, D.; Rémen, T.; Blanca, M.; Mertes, P. M.; Guéant, J.‐L.

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Breastfeeding and introduction of complementary foods during infancy in relation to the risk of asthma and atopic diseases up to 10 years
pp. 1263-1273(11)
Authors: Nwaru, B. I.; Craig, L. C. A.; Allan, K.; Prabhu, N.; Turner, S. W.; McNeill, G.; Erkkola, M.; Seaton, A.; Devereux, G.

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Proteinase‐activated receptor‐2 activation participates in allergic sensitization to house dust mite allergens in a murine model
pp. 1274-1285(12)
Authors: Davidson, C. E.; Asaduzzaman, M.; Arizmendi, N. G.; Polley, D.; Wu, Y.; Gordon, J. R.; Hollenberg, M. D.; Cameron, L.; Vliagoftis, H.

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Biochemical and immunological analysis of mould skin prick test solution: current status of standardization
pp. 1286-1296(11)
Authors: Kespohl, S.; Maryska, S.; Zahradnik, E.; Sander, I.; Brüning, T.; Raulf‐Heimsoth, M.

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The possible relevance of visual analogue scale in allergic patients
pp. 1297-1298(2)
Authors: Ciprandi, G.; Tosca, M. A.; Silvestri, M.; Olcese, R.; Rossi, G. A.

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Forthcoming meetings
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