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Volume 55, Number 2, 1 February 2000

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Immunologic mechanisms in hypersensitivity reactions to metal ions: an overview
pp. 108-115(8)
Authors: Büdinger, Lioba; Hertl, Michael; Büdinger, Lioba

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Survey of recognition and utilization of guidelines for the diagnosis and management of bronchial asthma in Japan
pp. 135-140(6)
Authors: Makino, S.; Miyamoto, T.; Nakajima, S.; Kabe, J.; Baba, M.; Mikawa, H.; Furusho, M.; Fukuda, K.; Nakagawa, T.; Naitou, H.

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Protein sequence analysis and mapping of IgE and IgG epitopes of an allergenic 98‐kDa Dermatophagoides farinae paramyosin, Der f 11
pp. 141-147(7)
Authors: Tsai, L.‐C.; Chao, P.‐L.; Hung, M.‐W.; Sun, Y.‐C.; Kuo, I.‐C.; Chua, K.‐Y.; Liaw, S.‐H.; Chua, K.‐Y.; Kuo, I.‐C.

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Asthma in the desert: spectrum of the sensitizing aeroallergens
pp. 157-162(6)
Authors: Ezeamuzie, C.I.; Thomson, M.S.; Al-Ali, S.; Dowaisan, A.; Khan, M.; Hijazi, Z.

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Indoor air pollutants in schools: nasal patency and biomarkers in nasal lavage
pp. 163-170(8)
Authors: Norbäck, D.; Wålinder, R.; Wieslander, G.; Smedje, G.; Erwall, C.; Venge, P.

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Study of the Th1/Th2 balance, including IL-10 production,in cultures of peripheral blood mononuclear cells frombirch-pollen-allergic patients
pp. 171-175(5)
Authors: Movérare, R.; Elfman, L.; Stålenheim, G.; Björnsson, E.; Movérare, R.

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Study of the Th1/Th2 balance, including IL‐10 production,in cultures of peripheral blood mononuclear cells frombirch‐pollen‐allergic patients
pp. 171-175(5)
Authors: Movérare, R.; Elfman, L.; Stålenheim, G.; Björnsson, E.; Movérare, R.

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Indoor viable mold spores – a comparison between two cities, Erfurt (eastern Germany) and Hamburg (western Germany)
pp. 176-180(5)
Authors: Koch, A.; Heilemann, K-J.; Bischof, W.; Heinrich, J.; Wichmann, H.E.

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Indoor viable mold spores – a comparison between two cities, Erfurt (eastern Germany) and Hamburg (western Germany)
pp. 176-180(5)
Authors: Koch, A.; Heilemann, K.‐J.; Bischof, W.; Heinrich, J.; Wichmann, H.E.

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Effect of current exposure to Der p 1 on asthma symptoms, airway inflammation, and bronchial hyperresponsiveness in mite-allergic asthmatics
pp. 185-190(6)
Authors: Alvarez, M.J.; Olaguibel, J.M.; Acero, S.; García, B.E.; Tabar, A.I.; Urbiola, E.

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Allergy to anis
pp. 195-196(2)
Authors: González-Gutiérrez*, M.L.; Sánchez-Fernández, C.; Esteban-López, M.I.; Sempere-Ortells, J.M.; Dı´az-Alperi, P.

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Anaphylaxis to paramethasone with tolerance to other corticosteroids
pp. 197-198(2)
Authors: Montoro*, J.; Valero, A.; Serra-Baldrich, E.; Amat, P.; Lluch, M.; Malet, A.

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Contact urticaria due to cyclopentolate hydrochloride
pp. 198-199(2)
Authors: Muñoz-Bellido*, F.J.; Beltrán, A.; Bellido, J.

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Anaphylaxis to sesame
pp. 199-201(3)
Authors: Pajno*, G.B.; Passalacqua, G.; Magazzu', G.; Barberio, G.; Vita, D.; Canonica, G.W.

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Lettuce allergy
pp. 201-202(2)
Authors: Franck, P.; Kanny, G.; Dousset, B.; Nabet, P.; Moneret-Vautrin*, D.A.

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Hazards in the use of diphencyprone
pp. 202-203(2)
Authors: Fernández-Redondo*, V.; Gómez-Centeno, P.; Flórez, A.; Toribio, J.

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Successful treatment of delayed pressure urticaria with montelukast
pp. 203-204(2)
Authors: Berkun, Y.; Shalit*, M.

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