Sublingual immunotherapy: Dosing in relation to clinical and immunological efficacy
Abstract:An increasing number of clinical immunotherapy trials have been published in the United States and Europe. In the allergy community on both sides of the Atlantic, there is a growing interest in obtaining a better understanding of the allergen doses used in these studies. The question of effective allergen dose is particularly important in sublingual immunotherapy, but the effective dose range still is to be determined.
Document Type: Review Article
Affiliations: Hospital Médica Sur, Mexico City, Mexico
Publication date: March 1, 2008
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