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Volume 57, Number 12, December 2002

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pp. 1093-1093(1)
Author: Johansson, S. G. O.

Do only European cattle protect from allergies?
pp. 1094-1096(3)
Author: Braun-Fahrländer, C.

Allergy: a global problem.Quality of life
pp. 1097-1110(14)
Author: Gerth van Wijk, R.

The role of pollutants in allergic sensitization and the development of asthma
pp. 1111-1117(7)
Authors: Parnia, S.; Brown, J. L.; Frew, A. J.

Respiratory viruses: do they protect from or induce asthma?
pp. 1118-1129(12)
Authors: Mallia, P.; Johnston, S. L.

Childhood farm environment and asthma and sensitization in young adulthood
pp. 1130-1135(6)
Authors: Kilpeläinen, M.; Terho, E. O.; Helenius, H.; Koskenvuo, M.

Characterization of the human T cell response to rye grass pollen allergens Lol p 1 and Lol p 5
pp. 1136-1144(9)
Authors: Burton, M. D.; Papalia, L.; Eusebius, N. P.; O'Hehir, R. E.; Rolland, J. M.

Cytokine production from sputum cells after allergenic challenge in IgE-mediated asthma
pp. 1145-1150(6)
Authors: Bettiol, J.; Sele, J.; Henket, M.; Louis, E.; Malaise, M.; Bartsch, P.; Louis, R.

Neutrophil chemokines in cultured nasal fibroblasts
pp. 1159-1164(6)
Authors: Rudack, C.; Hermann, W.; Eble, J.; Schroeder, J.-M.

Farm residence and exposures and the risk of allergic diseases in New Zealand children
pp. 1171-1179(9)
Authors: Wickens, K.; Lane, J.M.; Fitzharris, P.; Siebers, R.; Riley, G.; Douwes, J.; Smith, T.; Crane, J.

Urinary metabolites of histamine and leukotrienes before and after placebo-controlled challenge with ASA and food additives in chronic urticaria patients
pp. 1180-1186(7)
Authors: Di Lorenzo, G.; Pacor, M. L.; Vignola, A. M.; Profita, M.; Esposito-Pellitteri, M.; Biasi, D.; Corrocher, R.; Caruso, C.

The 3 mm skin prick test (SPT) threshold criterion is not reliable for Tyrophagus putrescentiae: the re-evaluation of SPT criterion to dust mites
pp. 1187-1190(4)
Authors: Kanceljak-Macan, B.; Macan, J.; Plavec, D.; Klepac, T.; Milković-Kraus, S.

Occupational rhinoconjunctivitis and asthma in a wool worker caused by Dermestidae spp.
pp. 1191-1194(4)
Authors: Brito, F. Feo; Mur, P.; Barber, D.; Lombardero, M.; Galindo, P. A.; Gómez, E.; Borja, J.

Increased eosinophil transmigration after nasal allergen challenge in children with allergic asthma and rhinitis
pp. 1200-1204(5)
Authors: Lönnkvist, K.; Moshfegh, A.; Pedroletti, C.; Hedlin, G.; Halldén, G.; Lundahl, J.

Occupational contact urticaria from diglycidyl ether of bisphenol A epoxy resin
pp. 1205-1207(3)
Authors: Kanerva, L.; Pelttari, M.; Jolanki, R.; Alanko, K.; Estlander, T.; Suhonen, R.

pp. 1208-1208(1)

Hypersensitivity to diazepam
pp. 1209-1209(1)
Author: Asero, R.

Zinc-regulation of immunodominant Aspergillus antigens
pp. 1209-1211(3)
Authors: Chandrakala, A. N.; Venkatappa, B.

Histamine release in idiopathic cold urticaria
pp. 1211-1212(2)
Authors: Asero, R.; Tedeschi, A.; Lorini, M.

Allergy to carboxymethylcellulose
pp. 1212-1213(2)
Authors: Muroi, N.; Mori, S.; Ono, S.; Takahashi, H. K.; Fujii, T.; Hosoi, S.; Henmi, K.; Nishibori, M.

An epidemic form of AEP
pp. 1213-1214(2)
Authors: Tomac, N.; Kuyucu, N.; Tezic, T.; Duru, F.; Karademir, S.; Gurer, Y.

NSAID-sensitive patients tolerate rofecoxib
pp. 1214-1215(2)
Authors: Valero, A.; Baltasar, M.; Enrique, E.; Pau, L.; Dordal, M. T.; Cisteró, A.; Martí, E.; Picado, C.

Allergic contact urticaria to oatmeal
pp. 1215-1215(1)
Authors: de Paz Arranz, S.; Pérez Montero, A.; Remón, L. Zapatero; Molero, M. I. Martínez

Author index
pp. 1216-1220(5)

Subject index
pp. 1221-1225(5)

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