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Successful management of severe cow's milk allergy with omalizumab treatment and CD-sens monitoring

Nilsson C, Nordvall L, Johansson , Nopp A

Food allergy is common in children and young adults and may be difficult to diagnose and is at present treated with avoidance of the food in question. The aim of...
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Lamotrigine-induced toxic epidermal necrolysis confirmed by in vitro granulysin and cytokine assays

Won HK, Lee JW, Song WJ, Klaewsongkram J, Kang MG, Park HK, Lee HS, Kim MH, Chang YS, Cho SH, Min KU

Lamotrigine is a recent medication which is prescribed for various neuropsychiatric conditions. It is generally well-tolerated, but recent pharmacoepidemiological evidence suggests that lamotrigine is associated with risks of developing severe...
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House dust mite allergy: environment evaluation and disease prevention

Yu SJ, Liao EC, Tsai JJ

There are two groups of dust mites, house dust mites (HDMs) and storage mites (SMs), that have been identified in the household environment. Both could induce airway inflammation through activation...
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The role of antiseptic agents in atopic dermatitis

Lee M, Van Bever

The skin of individuals with atopic dermatitis has a susceptibility to be colonized with Staphylococcus aureus. This has been associated with increased frequency and severity of exacerbations of atopic dermatitis....
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The impact of sinusitis on the long-term clinical outcomes of asthma

Kim MH, Jung JW, Cho SH, Min KU, Kang HR

BACKGROUND: Upper respiratory diseases have been linked with lower respiratory diseases. However, the long-term effect of sinusitis on the clinical outcomes of asthma has not been fully evaluated. OBJECTIVE: The aim...
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Innate lymphoid cells and cytokines of the novel subtypes of helper T cells in asthma

Sherkat R, Yazdani R, Ganjalikhani Hakemi M, Homayouni , Farahani R, Hosseini M, Rezaei A

BACKGROUND: In this study, the expression of interleukin-9 (IL-9), IL-17, IL-22, and IL-25 genes that might be the potential predisposing factors for asthma as well as count of innate lymphoid...
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Study of serum interleukin (IL) 18 and IL-6 levels in relation with the clinical disease severity in chronic idiopathic urticaria patients of Kashmir (North India)

Rasool R, Ashiq I, Shera IA, Yousuf Q, Shah ZA

BACKGROUND: Chronic urticaria is termed as idiopathic if there is an absence of any identifiable causes of mast cell and basophil degranulation. Various cytokines have been found to be involved...
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Hypersensitivity to pollen of four different species of Brassica: a clinico-immunologic evaluation in patients of respiratory allergy in India

Singh A, Shahi S, Katiyar RK, Gaur S, Jain V

BACKGROUND: Rapeseed-mustard is the second most important source of edible oil in India. Several species of Brassica are grown in different parts of country for its oilseeds. OBJECTIVE: The objective was...
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Role of inflammasome activation in development and exacerbation of asthma

Lee TH, Song HJ, Park CS

Human airways contact with pathogen-associated molecular patterns and danger-associated molecular patterns present in many environments. Asthmatic's airways may be more susceptible to these patterns and lead to inflammasome activation; however,...
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In the memory of Professor Felicidad Cua-Lim

Chang YS

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