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Volume 64, Number 8, August 2009

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Grading quality of evidence and strength of recommendations in clinical practice guidelines: Part 2 of 3. The GRADE approach to grading quality of evidence about diagnostic tests and strategies
pp. 1109-1116(8)
Authors: Brożek, J. L.; Akl, E. A.; Jaeschke, R.; Lang, D. M.; Bossuyt, P.; Glasziou, P.; Helfand, M.; Ueffing, E.; Alonso-Coello, P.; Meerpohl, J.; Phillips, B.; Horvath, A. R.; Bousquet, J.; Guyatt, G. H.; Schünemann, H. J.

Clinical allergy has much to gain from engagement with qualitative research
pp. 1117-1119(3)
Authors: Gallagher, M.; Worth, A.; Sheikh, A.

Thioredoxin reduces C-C chemokine-induced chemotaxis of human eosinophils
pp. 1130-1135(6)
Authors: Kobayashi, N.; Yamada, Y.; Ito, W.; Ueki, S.; Kayaba, H.; Nakamura, H.; Yodoi, J.; Chihara, J.

Muco-ciliary differentiation of nasal epithelial cells is decreased after wound healing in vitro
pp. 1136-1143(8)
Authors: Lazard, D. S.; Moore, A.; Hupertan, V.; Martin, C.; Escabasse, V.; Dreyfus, P.; Burgel, P.-R.; Amselem, S.; Escudier, E.; Coste, A.

Molecular and immunological characterization of Asp f 34, a novel major cell wall allergen of Aspergillus fumigatus
pp. 1144-1151(8)
Authors: Glaser, A. G.; Kirsch, A. I.; Zeller, S.; Menz, G.; Rhyner, C.; Crameri, R.

Reactivity to sodium tetrachloropalladate (Na2[PdCl4]) compared to PdCl2 and NiCl2 in lymphocyte proliferation tests
pp. 1152-1156(5)
Authors: Muris, J.; Kleverlaan, C. J.; Feilzer, A. J.; Valentine-Thon, E.

Increased metal allergy in patients with failed metal-on-metal hip arthroplasty and peri-implant T-lymphocytic inflammation
pp. 1157-1165(9)
Authors: Thomas, P.; Braathen, L. R.; Dörig, M.; Auböck, J.; Nestle, F.; Werfel, T.; Willert, H. G.

Asthma symptoms in rural living Tanzanian children; prevalence and the relation to aerobic fitness and body fat
pp. 1166-1171(6)
Authors: Berntsen, S.; Lødrup Carlsen, K. C.; Hageberg, R.; Aandstad, A.; Mowinckel, P.; Anderssen, S. A.; Carlsen, K.-H.

Contribution of functional variation in the IL13 gene to allergy, hay fever and asthma in the NSHD longitudinal 1946 birth cohort
pp. 1172-1178(7)
Authors: Black, S.; Teixeira, A. S.; Loh, A. X. W.; Vinall, L.; Holloway, J. W.; Hardy, R.; Swallow, D. M.

Unawareness and undertreatment of asthma: follow-up in a different geographic area in Denmark
pp. 1179-1184(6)
Authors: Backer, V.; Nolte, H.; Pedersen, L.; Dam, N.; Harving, H.

A novel study design to investigate the early-life origins of asthma in children (SAGE study)
pp. 1185-1193(9)
Authors: Kozyrskyj, A. L.; HayGlass, K. T.; Sandford, A. J.; Paré, P. D.; Chan-Yeung, M.; Becker, A. B.

Masitinib, a c-kit/PDGF receptor tyrosine kinase inhibitor, improves disease control in severe corticosteroid-dependent asthmatics
pp. 1194-1201(8)
Authors: Humbert, M.; de Blay, F.; Garcia, G.; Prud’homme, A.; Leroyer, C.; Magnan, A.; Tunon-de-Lara, J.-M.; Pison, C.; Aubier, M.; Charpin, D.; Vachier, I.; Purohit, A.; Gineste, P.; Bader, T.; Moussy, A.; Hermine, O.; Chanez, P.

Effects of pets on asthma development up to 8 years of age: the PIAMA study
pp. 1202-1208(7)
Authors: Kerkhof, M.; Wijga, A. H.; Brunekreef, B.; Smit, H. A.; de Jongste, J. C.; Aalberse, R. C.; Hoekstra, M. O.; Gerritsen, J.; Postma, D. S.

Development and validation of the Food Allergy Quality of Life Questionnaire – Adult Form
pp. 1209-1217(9)
Authors: Flokstra-de Blok, B. M. J.; van der Meulen, G. N.; DunnGalvin, A.; Vlieg-Boerstra, B. J.; Oude Elberink, J. N. G.; Duiverman, E. J.; Hourihane, J. O’B.; Dubois, A. E. J.

Successful oral tolerance induction in severe peanut allergy
pp. 1218-1220(3)
Authors: Clark, A. T.; Islam, S.; King, Y.; Deighton, J.; Anagnostou, K.; Ewan, P. W.

Combined effect of IL-10 and TGF-β1 promoter polymorphisms as a risk factor for aspirin-intolerant asthma and rhinosinusitis
pp. 1221-1225(5)
Authors: Kim, S.-H.; Yang, E.-M.; Lee, H.-N.; Cho, B.-Y.; Ye, Y.-M.; Park, H.-S.

Oropharyngeal symptoms predict objective symptoms in double-blind, placebo-controlled food challenges to cow’s milk
pp. 1226-1227(2)
Authors: Kok, E. E.; Meijer, Y.; Kentie, P. A.; Pasmans, S. G. M.; Knulst, A. C.; Hoekstra, M. O.

Suboptimal management of acute food-allergic reactions by patients, emergency departments and general practitioners
pp. 1227-1228(2)
Authors: Le, T. M.; van Hoffen, E.; Pasmans, S. G.; Bruijnzeel-Koomen, C. A. F. M.; Knulst, A. C.

Malt can cause both occupational asthma and allergic alveolitis
pp. 1228-1229(2)
Authors: Miedinger, D.; Malo, J.-L.; Cartier, A.; Labrecque, M.

Safety and efficacy of immunotherapy with Polistes dominulus venom: results from a large Italian database
pp. 1229-1230(2)
Authors: Severino, M.; Bonadonna, P.; Bilò, M. B.; Cortellini, G.; Mauro, M.; Schiappoli, M.; Macchia, D.; Campi, P.; Manfredi, M.; Passalacqua, G.

Inhibition of double-stranded RNA-induced TSLP in human keratinocytes by glucocorticoids
pp. 1231-1232(2)
Authors: Le, T. A.; Takai, T.; Kinoshita, H.; Suto, H.; Ikeda, S.; Okumura, K.; Ogawa, H.

IgE-mediated reactions to rifaximin and rifamycin SV and cross-reactivity among rifamycins
pp. 1232-1233(2)
Authors: Antonicelli, L.; Micucci, C.; Bilò, M. B.; Manfredi, M.; Valentini, M.; Campi, P.

Cefaclor anaphylaxis in children
pp. 1233-1235(3)
Authors: Novembre, E.; Mori, F.; Pucci, N.; Bernardini, R.; Romano, A.

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