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Volume 2, Number 2, February 2002

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Preface to Occupational Immunology
pp. 161-162(2)
Authors: Luster, M.I.; Karol, M.H.

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Pulmonary alterations associated with inhalation of occupational and environmental irritants
pp. 163-172(10)
Authors: Castranova, V.; Frazer, D.G.; Manley, L.K.; Dey, R.D.

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Diseases caused by silica: mechanisms of injury and disease development
pp. 173-182(10)
Authors: Ding, M.; Chen, F.; Shi, X.; Yucesoy, B.; Mossman, B.; Vallyathan, V.

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Irritant contact dermatitis: is there an immunologic component?
pp. 183-189(7)
Authors: Levin, C.Y.; Maibach, H.I.

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Diseases caused by asbestos: mechanisms of injury and disease development
pp. 191-200(10)
Authors: Manning, C.B.; Vallyathan, V.; Mossman, B.T.

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Allergic contact dermatitis
pp. 201-211(11)
Authors: Kimber, I.; Basketter, D.A.; Gerberick, G.F.; Dearman, R.J.

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Diisocyanate asthma: clinical aspects and immunopathogenesis
pp. 213-224(12)
Authors: Redlich, C.A.; Karol, M.H.

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Latex allergy: past and present
pp. 225-238(14)
Authors: Meade, B.J.; Weissman, D.N.; Beezhold, D.H.

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Immunotoxicology of organic acid anhydrides (OAAs)
pp. 239-248(10)
Authors: Zhang, X.D.; Siegel, P.D.; Lewis, D.M.

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Chronic beryllium disease: a model interaction between innate and acquired immunity
pp. 249-261(13)
Authors: Sawyer, R.T.; Maier, L.A.; Kittle, L.A.; Newman, L.S.

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A review of studies on the effects of ultraviolet irradiation on the resistance to infections: evidence from rodent infection models and verification by experimental and observational human studies
pp. 263-275(13)
Authors: Termorshuizen, F.; Garssen, J.; Norval, M.; Koulu, L.; Laihia, J.; Leino, L.; Jansen, C.T.; de Gruijl, F.; Gibbs, N.K.; de Simone, C.; van Loveren, H.

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Immunomodulation by metals
pp. 293-302(10)
Authors: Lawrence, D.A.; McCabe, M.J.

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Occupational exposures and autoimmune diseases
pp. 303-313(11)
Authors: Cooper, G.S.; Miller, F.W.; Germolec, D.R.

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Stress-induced immunomodulation and the implications for health
pp. 315-324(10)
Authors: Yang, E.V.; Glaser, R.

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Maternal immune stimulation in mice decreases fetal malformations caused by teratogens
pp. 325-332(8)
Authors: Holladay, S.D.; Sharova, L.V.; Punareewattana, K.; Hrubec, T.C.; Gogal, R.M.; Prater, M.R.; Sharov, A.A.

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Interleukin-2 liposomes for primary immune deficiency using the aerosol route
pp. 333-344(12)
Authors: Ten, R.M.; Anderson, P.M.; Zein, N.N.; Temesgen, Z.; Clawson, M.L.; Weiss, W.

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Smokeless tobacco extract decreases IL-12 production from LPS-stimulated but increases IL-12 from IFN--stimulated macrophages
pp. 345-355(11)
Authors: Petro, T.M.; Anderson, L.L.; Gowler, J.S.; Liu, X.J.; Schwartzbach, S.D.

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The herbal medicine Shosaiko-to exerts different modulating effects on lung local immune responses among mouse strains
pp. 357-366(10)
Authors: Ohtake, N.; Nakai, Y.; Yamamoto, M.; Ishige, A.; Sasaki, H.; Fukuda, K.; Hayashi, S.; Hayakawa, S.

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Alkylamides of Echinacea purpurea stimulate alveolar macrophage function in normal rats
pp. 381-387(7)
Authors: Goel, V.; Chang, C.; Slama, J.V.; Barton, R.; Bauer, R.; Gahler, R.; Basu, T.K.

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Potent suppression of the adaptive immune response in mice upon dietary exposure to the potent peroxisome proliferator, perfluorooctanoic acid
pp. 389-397(9)
Authors: Yang, Q.; Abedi-Valugerdi, M.; Xie, Y.; Zhao, X.; Moller, G.; Dean Nelson, B.; DePierre, J.W.

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