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Int Arch Allergy Immunol (2023) 184 (12): 1165–1172.
Published Online: 05 September 2023
...Liping Liu; Weihua Wang; Yuemei Sun; Guangrun Li Introduction: Many parents of children with allergies are worried whether their subsequent children will have allergic reactions to the same allergens. Much of the current research on sibling allergens has been focused on twins; however, in real life...
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Int Arch Allergy Immunol (2021) 182 (5): 455–458.
Published Online: 09 December 2020
...Wei Wang; Xian-hui Zhang; Lei Zhu; Yu-xiang Liu Objective: The objective of this study is to investigate the allergen sensitization pattern among 4,203 children in the Shanxi region of China and to provide guidance for diagnosis and prevention of allergic diseases. Methods: A retrospective analysis...
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Int Arch Allergy Immunol (2019) 180 (3): 195–201.
Published Online: 10 September 2019
... analysis. Results: The geometric mean serum periostin level was 107.6 ng/mL (95% CI 104.5–110.7). After adjustment for confounding, serum periostin levels were significantly associated with sensitization to poly-allergens (adjusted odds ratio, aOR 1.032, 95% CI 1.006–1.059, p = 0.016) and pollen (aOR 1.020...
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Int Arch Allergy Immunol (2017) 172 (2): 106–115.
Published Online: 08 March 2017
...Dwan Price; M. Leigh Ackland; Cenk Suphioglu Background: Peanuts are still one of the highest contributors to anaphylactic deaths after ingestion of a food allergen. At the molecular level, interactions between peanut allergens and the intestinal epithelium are largely unexplored. Previous findings...
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Int Arch Allergy Immunol (2017) 172 (1): 1–10.
Published Online: 21 February 2017
...Robert Movérare; Karin Blume; Peter Lind; René Crevel; Åsa Marknell DeWitt; Stella Cochrane Background: Knowledge of human IgG subclass antibody responses to various allergens has been hampered by a lack of reliable standardized assays. The aim here was to develop quantitative immunoassays...
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Int Arch Allergy Immunol (2015) 166 (4): 267–272.
Published Online: 29 April 2015
...Marjorie S. Morgan; DiAnn L. Vyszenski-Moher; Larry G. Arlian Background: The house dust mite, Euroglyphus maynei, occurs in homes worldwide and is an important source of many allergens. Many patients sensitive to Dermatophagoides farinae and D. pteronyssinus are also sensitive to E. maynei...
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Int Arch Allergy Immunol (2015) 166 (1): 77–80.
Published Online: 03 March 2015
...Sten Dreborg Background: Skin prick test results are mostly reported as mean wheal diameter obtained with one concentration of allergen. Differences in technique between personnel causes variation in wheal size. The research question was whether the influence of differences in skin prick test...
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Int Arch Allergy Immunol (2015) 166 (1): 71–76.
Published Online: 03 March 2015
...Sten Dreborg; Margareta Holgersson Background: The allergen dose-response curve is flat; thus, small changes in wheal size reflect large differences in skin sensitivity. The sensitivity as measured by provocation tests is given by the threshold concentration that causes symptoms and/or objective...
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Int Arch Allergy Immunol (2013) 161 (Suppl. 2): 23–31.
Published Online: 29 May 2013
... process, since 1 h of pretreatment was needed for maximal enhancement. Basophil priming also resulted from preincubation with subthreshold doses of an allergen, Der f 2. In parallel mAb experiments, CRA-1 mAb showed weak priming effects on human umbilical cord blood-derived cultured mast cells; a higher...
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Int Arch Allergy Immunol (2013) 160 (4): 334–345.
Published Online: 21 November 2012
...Kerrie Vaughan; Bjoern Peters; Mark Larche; Anna Pomes; David Broide; Alessandro Sette The recognition of specific epitopes on allergens by antibodies and T cells is a key element in allergic processes. Analysis of epitope data may be of interest for basic immunopathology or for potential...
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Int Arch Allergy Immunol (2013) 160 (2): 134–142.
Published Online: 25 September 2012
...Xiaoyu Liu; Bai-Sui Feng; Xiaoli Kong; Hong Xu; Xiumin Li; Ping-Chang Yang; Zhigang Liu Background and Objective: Reducing the allergenicity of food allergens can suppress the clinical symptoms of food allergy. The objective of the present study was to investigate the effects of processing...
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Int Arch Allergy Immunol (2013) 160 (2): 143–151.
Published Online: 25 September 2012
...Xiaojun Xiao; Aixiang Fu; Xiongjie Xie; Minxiong Kang; Dongsheng Hu; Pingchang Yang; Zhigang Liu Background and Aims: Airborne pollen is an important source of allergens in a number of allergic diseases. Data on the concentrations of pollen at different heights in the air are scarce. The aim...