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 Allergy Advisor Digest - June 2013
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Read Discordance between aeroallergen specific serum IgE and skin testing in children younger than 4 years.
Read Is acetaminophen use associated with atopic eczema and other allergic diseases in adolescents?
Read Late type of bronchial response to milk ingestion challenge: a comparison of open and double-blind challenge
Read Avidity studies in Anisakis simplex-associated allergic diseases
Read Nutritional aspects in diagnosis and management of food hypersensitivity—the dietitians role
Read A randomised, double-blind pilot study of enzyme-potentiated desensitisation for prophylaxis of large local reactions to mosquito bites
Read Identification of an IgE reactive peptide in hen egg riboflavin binding protein
Read Symptoms of atopic dermatitis are influenced by outdoor air pollution.
Read Peanut-specific IgE antibodies in asymptomatic Ghanaian children possibly caused by carbohydrate determinant cross-reactivity.
Read Identification and isolation of a Fel d 1-like molecule as a major rabbit allergen.
Read Food allergy: an enigmatic epidemic.
Read Safety of food challenges to extensively heated egg in egg-allergic children
Read Role of specific IgE in predicting the clinical course of lentil allergy in children.
Read Allergy to nuts: the essentials!
Read Hypersensitivity to biotherapy
Read The changing profile of molecular awareness with age

Abstracts shared in June 2013 Advisor Digest Newsletter

Read A case of anaphylaxis due to rose-flavored soft-serve ice cream with pollen food allergy syndrome.
Read Clinical characteristics of and predictive diagnostic factors for sesame seed allergy in foodallergic children
Read Tick bites and red meat allergy.
Read Frequent sensitization to Candida albicans and profilins in adult eosinophilic esophagitis.
Read Oral mite ingestion: Expect more than anaphylaxis.
Read Gly m 2S albumin is a major allergen with a high diagnostic value in soybean-allergic children.
Read Vicilin and the basic subunit of legumin are putative chickpea allergens.
Read Lysinuric protein intolerance can be misdiagnosed as food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome.
Read Severe anaphylaxis lychee: five cases reported
Read Allergy to vanillin in a 14 year old girl
Read A new cause of occupational asthma: fire extinguisher powder
Read Delayed allergic hypersensitivity to corticosteroids: diagnosis and cross-reactivity

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Discordance between aeroallergen specific serum IgE and skin testing in children younger than 4 years.
Atopic sensitization to aeroallergens in early life has been found to be a strong risk factor for the development of persisting asthma in young children with recurrent wheeze. The objective of this study was to assess the yield of skin prick test (SPT) compared with allergen specific serum IgE (sIgE) testing at identifying aeroallergen sensitization in atopic children younger than 4 years. In 80% of children one or more allergen sensitizations would have been missed if only SPT had been performed, and in 38% of children one or more sensitizations would have been missed if only sIgE testing had been performed. Therefore this study revealed a significant discordance between allergen-specific SPT and sIgE testing results for common aeroallergens, suggesting that both SPT and sIgE testing should be performed when diagnosing allergic sensitization in young children at high risk of asthma.

Discordance between aeroallergen specific serum IgE and skin testing in children younger than 4 years.  
de VG, Nazari R, Ferastraoaru D, Parikh P, Geliebter R, Pichardo Y, Wiznia A, Rosenstreich D.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013 Jun;110(6):438-443

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Is acetaminophen use associated with atopic eczema and other allergic diseases in adolescents?
This Iranian study concludes that acetaminophen use in childhood may be an important factor associated with development and/or maintenance of atopic eczema and other allergic diseases.

Is acetaminophen use associated with atopic eczema and other allergic diseases in adolescents?  
Suarez-Varela MM, Garcia-Marcos L, Fernandez-Espinar JF, Bercedo-Sanz A, guinaga-Ontoso I, Gonzalez-Diaz C, Carvajal-Uruena I, Busquet-Monge RM, rnedo-Pena A, Garcia de AN, Batlles-Garr.
Iran J Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013 Jun;12(2):115-123

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Late type of bronchial response to milk ingestion challenge: a comparison of open and double-blind challenge
In some asthmatics the food allergy, for example, to milk, can participate in their bronchial complaints. This study investigated the diagnostic value of open challenge with natural foods (OFICH) or by a double-blind placebo-controlled food challenge (DBPCFC) for confirmation of a suspected milk allergy in bronchial asthma patients. In 54 asthmatics with a positive history and/or positive skin tests for milk the 54 OFICH, and DBPCFC, were performed in combination with spirometry. The 54 patients developed 39 positive late asthmatic responses (LAR) and 15 negative asthmatic responses to OFICH and 40 positive LARs and 14 negative responses to DBPCFC. This study has confirmed the existence of LAR to milk ingestion performed by OFICH and DBPCFC in combination with spirometry.

Late type of bronchial response to milk ingestion challenge: a comparison of open and double-blind challenge  
Zdenek Pelikan
J Allergy 2012 (2012), Article ID 515267, 11 pages

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Avidity studies in Anisakis simplex-associated allergic diseases
Gastroallergic anisakiasis (GAA) and Anisakis-sensitization-associated chronic urticaria (CU+) differ with respect to specific IgE levels. We hypothesised different immunoglobulin avidities in both entities as well as their dependence on TI and fish consumption. 16 patients with GAA and 17 patients with CU+ were included, and immunoglobulin levels were analysed by CAP (Phadia). IgE and IgG avidity indexes (AvIgE and AvIgG, resp.) were also determined. IgG avidity was higher in GAA than in CU+, whereas there was a tendency to lower IgE avidity in GAA. When analysing all patients, AvIgG was positively correlated with specific IgE, IgG, and IgG4 as well as total IgE (Rho between 0.66 and 0.71; ), but AvIgE was negatively correlated with specific IgE (Rho -0.57; ), specific IgG4 (Rho -0.38; ), and total IgE (Rho 0.66; ). In GAA, weekly fish consumption was positively associated with AvIgE (Rho 0.51; ). A multivariate regression showed that time interval was the main explaining factor for AvIgE in GAA. We could show a differential behaviour of immunoglobulin isotype avidities in both entities and their dependence on fish-eating habits as well as on the time elapsed to the last parasitic episode.

Avidity studies in Anisakis simplex-associated allergic diseases  
Carmen Cuéllar, Ana Valls, Consolación de Frutos, Marta Rodero, and Alvaro Daschner
J Allergy 2013 (2013), Article ID 106781, 6 pages

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Nutritional aspects in diagnosis and management of food hypersensitivity—the dietitians role
Many common foods including cow’s milk, hen’s egg, soya, peanut, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, and wheat may cause food allergies. The prevalence of these immune-mediated adverse reactions to foods ranges from 0.5% to 9% in different populations. In simple terms, the cornerstone of managing food allergy is to avoid consumption of foods causing symptoms and to replace them with nutritionally equivalent foods. If poorly managed, food allergy impairs quality of life more than necessary, affects normal growth in children, and causes an additional economic burden to society. Delay in diagnosis may be a further incremental factor. Thus, an increased awareness of the appropriate procedures for both diagnosis and management is of importance. This paper sets out to present principles for taking an allergy-focused diet history as part of the diagnostic work-up of food allergy. A short overview of guidelines and principles for dietary management of food allergy is discussed focusing on the nutritional management of food allergies and the particular role of the dietitian in this process.

Nutritional aspects in diagnosis and management of food hypersensitivity—the dietitians role  
Carina Venter, Kirsi Laitinen, and Berber Vlieg-Boerstra
J Allergy 2012 (2012), Article ID 269376, 11 pages

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A randomised, double-blind pilot study of enzyme-potentiated desensitisation for prophylaxis of large local reactions to mosquito bites
This pilot study suggests that EPD, although safe, is not of value in preventing large local reactions to mosquito bites or the itching associated with them, and that a larger study would not be worth performing. Methodological problems to note include a high variability in LLR-MB across subjects, suggesting that a cross-over trial design should be used for further studies of this condition.

A randomised, double-blind pilot study of enzyme-potentiated desensitisation for prophylaxis of large local reactions to mosquito bites  
S. Berkovitz, N. Hill, M. Radcliffe, and G. Ambler
J Allergy 2012 (2012), Article ID 106069, 6 pages

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Identification of an IgE reactive peptide in hen egg riboflavin binding protein
Riboflavin binding protein (RfBP) is a minor protein in hen egg; its potential involvement in egg allergy has seldom been studied. The aim of this work was to investigate the IgE binding capacity of RfBP before and after simulated gastrointestinal digestion. It was shown that digestion of RfBP mainly occurred during the gastric phase. The protein fragments resulting from the subsequent duodenal phase remained linked through disulfide bonds. Both the intact protein and its digests were subjected to inhibition ELISA with sera obtained from patients allergic to egg. The results revealed significant IgE binding to intact RfBP, whereas the digests showed reduced but substantial IgE binding levels, with serum-to-serum variability. The RfBP digests were then subjected to immunoblot with allergic patients' sera, and the IgE-reactive peptides were further analyzed and identified as a novel IgE binding peptide in patients allergic to egg.

Identification of an IgE reactive peptide in hen egg riboflavin binding protein subjected to simulated gastrointestinal digestion.  
Martos G, Pineda-Vadillo C, Miralles B, onso-Lebrero E, Lopez-Fandino R, Molina E, Belloque J.
J Agric Food Chem 2012 May 23;60(20):5215-5220

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Symptoms of atopic dermatitis are influenced by outdoor air pollution.
The findings of this study support the previous studies in which air pollutants such as ultrafine particles, formaldehyde, orVOCs aggravate skin symptoms of AD or impair the epidermal barrier function. Although the exact mechanism remains unclear, air pollutants-induced inflammation could occur in the skin, as in the respiratory system.

Symptoms of atopic dermatitis are influenced by outdoor air pollution.  
Kim J, Kim EH, Oh I, Jung K, Han Y, Cheong HK, Ahn K.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 Jun 11;

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Peanut-specific IgE antibodies in asymptomatic Ghanaian children possibly caused by carbohydrate determinant cross-reactivity.
This study sought to investigate peanut allergy in Ghana utilising a cross-sectional survey among Ghanaian schoolchildren (n = 1604). Adverse reactions to peanut were reported in 1.5%, skin prick test reactivity in 2.0%, and IgE sensitization in 17.5% of participants. Moreover, 92.4% of those IgE sensitized to peanut (>/=0.35 kU/L) had negative peanut skin prick test responses. Schistosoma haematobium infection was positively associated with IgE sensitization The study concludes that parasite-induced IgE against CCDs might account largely for high IgE levels to peanut in this study population. No evidence of IgE-mediated peanut allergy was found

Peanut-specific IgE antibodies in asymptomatic Ghanaian children possibly caused by carbohydrate determinant cross-reactivity.  
Amoah AS, Obeng BB, Larbi IA, Versteeg SA, Aryeetey Y, Akkerdaas JH, Zuidmeer L, Lidholm J, Fernandez-Rivas M, Hartgers FC, Boakye DA, van RR, Yazdanbakhsh M.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 Jun 10;

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Identification and isolation of a Fel d 1-like molecule as a major rabbit allergen.
Several rabbit allergens have been characterized. However, their sequences are still elusive, and none of these molecules are available for diagnosis. This study characterised a new IgE-reactive allergen, Ory c 3: identified as rabbit lipophilin. The molecule that belongs to the secretoglobin family is a heterodimer of 18 to 19 kDa. Of 35 patients with rabbit allergy studied, 27 (77%) had IgE to Ory c 3. Allergenicity of Ory c 3 was confirmed by using skin prick tests and the basophil activation assay. Modeling of the structure revealed a marked homology to Fel d 1, the major cat allergen. However, no IgE cross-reactivity was detected between Fel d 1 and Ory c 3.

Identification and isolation of a Fel d 1-like molecule as a major rabbit allergen.  
Hilger C, Kler S, Arumugam K, Revets D, Muller CP, Charpentier C, Lehners C, Morisset M, Hentges F.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 Jun 10;

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Food allergy: an enigmatic epidemic.
This study isolated, cloned, and expressed 2S albumin from hazelnut. Both recombinant and natural 2S albumin demonstrated similar IgE reactivity in Immunoblot/ImmunoCAP (inhibition) analyses. Sensitization to rCor a 14 was shown in this pilot study of 11 Dutch patients, of whom 8 reported a history suggestive of hazelnut allergy, including 5 with reported severe symptoms. (Garino 2010 ref.26509 7)

Food allergy: an enigmatic epidemic.  
Berin MC, Sampson HA.
Miscellaneous Trends Immunol 2013;May [Ahead of Print]

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Safety of food challenges to extensively heated egg in egg-allergic children
The majority of children with IgE-mediated allergy to egg were able to tolerate 1 g of baked egg protein, but the outcome of OFC remained unpredictable, and 14% of children who failed OFC reacted with anaphylaxis. The authors recommend that OFC to baked egg should take place under medical supervision

Safety of food challenges to extensively heated egg in egg-allergic children: a prospective cohort study.  
Turner PJ, Mehr S, Joshi P, Tan J, Wong M, Kakakios A, Campbell DE.
Pediatr Allergy Immunol 2013 Jun 16;

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Role of specific IgE in predicting the clinical course of lentil allergy in children.
Background: Legumes, and particularly lentils, are frequently consumed in Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and some Asian countries. The aim of this study was to document the demographic features of children with lentil allergy and to determine the role of specific IgE (sIgE) in predicting the risk of clinical reactivity and disease persistence.

Methods: Thirty children were enrolled. The diagnosis of lentil allergy was based on convincing history of symptoms or anaphylaxis after the ingestion of lentils, with positive skin tests and/or sIgE to lentils. To determine the diagnosis and prognosis of lentil allergy, 24 children were evaluated with food challenges.

Results: The median age at the onset of symptoms was 1.5 yr (0.9-2.3) (inter-quartile range). The most frequent symptoms were immediate cutaneous (97%) and respiratory (30%) reactions, whereas eight patients (27%) reported anaphylactic reactions. The median level of lentil sIgE at the time of diagnosis was 3 kU/l (1.2-9.6). Of the 24 challenges, 12 were positive. Fifteen patients (50%) outgrew the lentil allergy by the age of 3.5 (2.5-11) years. Children with an initial lentil sIgE < 4.9 kU/l had a significantly higher likelihood (68.4% vs. 18.2%) of outgrowing the lentil allergy than children with an initial lentil sIgE >/= 4.9 k/l (p = 0.008).

Conclusions: Our results suggest that sIgE levels may be important for predicting clinical reactivity and persistence of lentil allergy

Role of specific IgE in predicting the clinical course of lentil allergy in children.  
Yavuz ST, Sahiner UM, Buyuktiryaki B, Tuncer A, Yilmaz EA, Cavkaytar O, Karabulut E, Sackesen C.
Pediatr Allergy Immunol 2013 Jun;24(4):382-388

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Allergy to nuts: the essentials!
"Tree-nuts allergy is more common: she is, in France, the 4th position in the child until 15 years and represents 15% of food allergies in the adult. The hazelnut is more often involved in reactions. Cashew is responsible for the most severe reactions. One third of the allergic to nuts are allergic to several tree-nuts at hull or to peanut. Cross-allergies can be linked to botanical relatives (cashews and pistachios, walnuts and pecans nuts), but also exist between families of nuts remote taxonomically through storage protein seeds. Diagnosis is based on clinical history, on the prick test to native foods or with extracts from the trade, biological balance with determination of IgE (opposite of the source and if possible of the molecular components), and finally on the oral provocation test. Only this provocation test allows to diagnose allergy and eventually define a reactogenic dose, to establish, where possible, induction of tolerance at home. For the most severe cases, some teams offer desensitization protocols, with good results for the hazelnut."

Allergie aux fruits à coque : l’indispensable! / Allergy to nuts: the essentials!  
A. Juchet, M. Chevallier, A. Chabbert-Broué
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(2):77-83

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Hypersensitivity to biotherapy
"Biotherapeutics expose us to undesirable effects, with certain agents leading, rarely, to an allergic hypersensitivity. Infusion reactions occur with molecules having very different actions. Later, infusion reactions occur in intensive care units in patients undergoing corticotherapy, with a very slow perfusion rate or with induction of tolerance. Anti-galactose-alpha-1,3-galactose can cause anaphylactic reactions to cetuximab. Exanthemas are frequent under treatment with anti-angiogenesis therapy, vemurafenib, and 2nd generation tyrosine kinase inhibitors. Imatinib very frequently induces eyelid edema but also severe cutaneous adverse drug reactions. Generalized reactions due to interferons used in the treatment of hepatitis C can be treated topically or by induction of tolerance. Anaphylactoid reactions due to omalizumab occur in 0.14% of the cases, especially during the early phases of treatment, which should therefore be done under surveillance of the patient, with adrenaline close at hand. Induction of tolerance has been tried after anaphylactic reactions to natalizumab."

Hypersensibilité aux biothérapies / Hypersensitivity to biotherapy  
A. Barbaud
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):174-178

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The changing profile of molecular awareness with age
"Component-resolved diagnosis – the use of molecular allergens in the laboratory exploration of allergies – became available for routine work-up of allergic patients in 2007–2008 and it has already induced dramatic changes in allergists’ approach to their patients. Molecular allergy has turned upside down the diagnosis, the analysis of cross-reactions, evaluation of the risk of severe manifestations, as well as patient management and long-term follow-up. Looking back, we have also learned that a given patient's molecular sensitization profile is not fixed, but changes over time. This observation suggests that molecular profile modifications might not only be associated with clinical modifications but also precede and even predict their appearance. What can we say about this subject in 2013 and what are its future perspectives?"

Évolution du profil de sensibilisation moléculaire avec l’âge / The changing profile of molecular awareness with age  
C. Agabriel, J. Birnbaum, V. Liabeuf, J. Vitte
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):262-266

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Allergen-, Food allergy-, Intolerance-related articles

A case of anaphylaxis due to rose-flavored soft-serve ice cream with pollen food allergy syndrome. [Japanese]  
Kitabayashi T, Sato S, Adachi M.
Arerugi 2013 May;62(5):574-578
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Countermeasures for food allergy in nursery and school. [Japanese]  
Ebisawa M.
Arerugi 2013 May;62(5):540-547

Clinical characteristics of and predictive diagnostic factors for sesame seed allergy in foodallergic children  
RM Foong, K Logan, AT Fox, G du Toit
Current Allergy and Clinical Immunology 2013;26(2):78-81
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Progress in the understanding of hypersensitivity drug reactions.  
Blanca M, Thong BY.
Curr Opin Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 Jun 13;

Nonimmediate hypersensitivity reactions to iodinated contrast media.  
Gomez E, Ariza A, Blanca-Lopez N, Torres MJ.
Curr Opin Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 Jun 5;
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Tick bites and red meat allergy.  
Commins SP, Platts-Mills TA.
Curr Opin Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 Jun 5;
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Identification and frequency of circulating CD4 T lymphocytes specific to Benzylpenicillin in healthy donors.  
Nhim C, Delluc S, Halgand F, de CL, Weaver RJ, Claude N, Joseph D, Maillere B, Pallardy M.
Allergy 2013 Jun 10;
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Severe drug-induced anaphylaxis: analysis of 333 cases recorded by the Allergy Vigilance Network from 2002 to 2010.  
Renaudin JM, Beaudouin E, Ponvert C, Demoly P, Moneret-Vautrin DA.
Allergy 2013 Jun 6;
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Frequent sensitization to Candida albicans and profilins in adult eosinophilic esophagitis.  
Simon D, Straumann A, Dahinden C, Simon HU.
Allergy 2013 Jun 4;
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Increase in sensitization to common airborne allergens among adults -- two population-based studies 15 years apart.  
Warm K, Lindberg A, Lundback B, Ronmark E.
Allergy Asthma Clin Immunol 2013 Jun 11;9(1):20
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Allergological in vitro and in vivo evaluation of patients with hypersensitivity reactions to infliximab.  
Matucci A, Pratesi S, Petroni G, Nencini F, Virgili G, Milla M, Maggi E, Vultaggio A.
Clin Exp Allergy 2013 Jun;43(6):659-664
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The diagnosis of food allergy: protocol for a systematic review.  
Soares-Weiser K, Panesar SS, Rader T, Takwoingi Y, Werfel T, Muraro A, Hoffmann-Sommergruber K, Roberts G, Sheikh A.
Clin Transl Allergy 2013;3(1):18
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Characterization of Japanese cypress pollinosis and the effects of early interventional treatment for cypress pollinosis  
Haruna and Kazunori Nishizaki
Clin Exp Allergy Rev 2012;12 (1):1-9
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Early intervention for Japanese cedar and cypress pollinosis  
S. Yonekura, Y. Okamoto, S. Horiguchi, K. Okubo, M. Gotoh, A. Konno and M. Okuda
Clin Exp Allergy Rev 2012;12 (1):10–16
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Allergen of the month-black alder.  
Weber RW.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013 Jun;110(6):A13

Oxytocin: A likely underestimated risk for anaphylactic reactions in delivering women sensitized to latex.  
Liccardi G, Bilo MB, Mauro C, Salzillo A, Piccolo A, D'Amato M, D'Amato G.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013 Jun;110(6):465-466

Rates of honeybee sting hypersensitivity in San Antonio during honeybee colony collapse disorder.  
Coons BD, Quinn JM.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013 Jun;110(6):464

Discordance between aeroallergen specific serum IgE and skin testing in children younger than 4 years.  
de VG, Nazari R, Ferastraoaru D, Parikh P, Geliebter R, Pichardo Y, Wiznia A, Rosenstreich D.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013 Jun;110(6):438-443
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Relationship of secondhand smoke and infant lower respiratory tract infection severity by familial atopy status.  
Lemke M, Hartert TV, Gebretsadik T, Carroll KN.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013 Jun;110(6):433-437
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Allergic reactions after immunization.  
Kelso JM.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013 Jun;110(6):397-401

Immunogenicity Assessment of Brucella mellitensis HSP and TF Proteins by Immunized Rabbit Serum.  
Ghasemi A, Salari MH, Zarnani AH, Pourmand MR, Ahmadi H, Shirazi MH, Jeddi-Tehrani M.
Iran J Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013 Jun;12(2):192-194

Factors affecting the severity of cow's milk anaphylaxis.  
Teymourpour P, Shokouhi R, Fazlollahi MR, Movahedi M, Mansouri M, Mirsaeedghazi B, Kazemnejad A, Yavari SK, Pourpak Z, Moin M.
Iran J Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013;12(2):190-191
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Is acetaminophen use associated with atopic eczema and other allergic diseases in adolescents?  
Suarez-Varela MM, Garcia-Marcos L, Fernandez-Espinar JF, Bercedo-Sanz A, guinaga-Ontoso I, Gonzalez-Diaz C, Carvajal-Uruena I, Busquet-Monge RM, rnedo-Pena A, Garcia de AN, Batlles-Garr.
Iran J Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013 Jun;12(2):115-123
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Differential allergenicity of mature and immature pollen grains in Shasta Daisy (Chrysanthemum maximum Ramond).  
Sharif SM, Majd A, Pourpak Z, Shahali Y, Moin M, Eslami MB.
Iran J Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013 Jun;12(2):99-106
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Food production and processing considerations of allergenic food ingredients: a review,  
A. Alvarez and Joyce I. Boye
J Allergy 2012 (2012), Article ID 746125, 14 pages
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Demographic predictors of peanut, tree nut, fish, shellfish, and sesame allergy in Canada  
Ben-Shoshan, D. W. Harrington, L. Soller, J. Fragapane, L. Joseph, Y. St. Pierre, S. B. Godefroy, S. J. Elliott, and A. E. Clarke
J Allergy 2012 (2012), Article ID 858306, 6 pages
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Late type of bronchial response to milk ingestion challenge: a comparison of open and double-blind challenge  
Zdenek Pelikan
J Allergy 2012 (2012), Article ID 515267, 11 pages
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A pediatric food allergy support group can improve parent and physician communication: results of a parent survey  
Ashika Sharma, Tracy Prematta, and Tracy Fausnight
J Allergy 2012 (2012), Article ID 168053, 3 pages
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Avidity studies in Anisakis simplex-associated allergic diseases  
Carmen Cuéllar, Ana Valls, Consolación de Frutos, Marta Rodero, and Alvaro Daschner
J Allergy 2013 (2013), Article ID 106781, 6 pages
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Use of animal models to investigate major allergens associated with food allergy  
Jenna L. Van Gramberg, Michael J. de Veer, Robyn E. O'Hehir, Els N. T. Meeusen, and Robert J. Bischof
J Allergy 2013 (2013), Article ID 635695, 10 pages
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IgE-mediated anaphylaxis to foods, venom, and drugs: influence of serum angiotensin converting enzyme levels and genotype  
V. A. Varney, A. Warner, A. Ghosh, A. Nicholas, and N. Sumar
J Allergy 2012 (2012), Article ID 258145, 9 pages
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Food hypersensitivity: diagnosing and managing food allergies and intolerances  
Carina Venter
J Allergy 2012 (2012), Article ID 576017, 2 pages
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Nutritional aspects in diagnosis and management of food hypersensitivity—the dietitians role  
Carina Venter, Kirsi Laitinen, and Berber Vlieg-Boerstra
J Allergy 2012 (2012), Article ID 269376, 11 pages
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Aspirin sensitivity and chronic rhinosinusitis with polyps: a fatal combination  
Hendrik Graefe, Christina Roebke, Dirk Schäfer, and Jens Eduard Meyer
J Allergy 2012 (2012), Article ID 817910, 10 pages
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Early pollen sensitization in children is dependent upon regional aeroallergen exposure  
Vanessa Wong, Nevin W. Wilson, Kathy Peele, and Mary Beth Hogan
J Allergy 2012 (2012), Article ID 583765, 5 pages
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Occupational asthma: new low-molecular-weight causal agents, 2000–2010  
J. A. Pralong, A. Cartier, O. Vandenplas, and M. Labrecque
J Allergy 2012 (2012), Article ID 597306, 10 pages
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A randomised, double-blind pilot study of enzyme-potentiated desensitisation for prophylaxis of large local reactions to mosquito bites  
S. Berkovitz, N. Hill, M. Radcliffe, and G. Ambler
J Allergy 2012 (2012), Article ID 106069, 6 pages
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Evaluation of a Novel Rapid Test System for the Detection of Specific IgE to Hymenoptera Venoms  
Nikolai Pfender, Ralf Lucassen, Nadine Offermann, Johannes Schulte-Pelkum, Margrit Fooke, and Thilo Jakob
J Allergy 2012 (2012), Article ID 862023, 7 pages
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Role of Allergen Source-Derived Proteases in Sensitization via Airway Epithelial Cells  
Yasuhiro Matsumura
J Allergy 2012 (2012), Article ID 903659, 11 pages
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How can microarrays unlock asthma?  
Alen Faiz and Janette K. Burgess
J Allergy 2012 (2012), Article ID 241314, 15 pages
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Exhaled Eicosanoids following Bronchial Aspirin Challenge in Asthma Patients with and without Aspirin Hypersensitivity: The Pilot Study  
L. Mastalerz, M. Sanak, J. Kumik, A. Gawlewicz-Mroczka, N. Celejewska-Wójcik, A. Cmiel, and A. Szczeklik
J Allergy 2012 (2012), Article ID 696792, 11 pages
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Evaluation of the impact of sequential microwave/ultrasound processing on the IgE binding properties of Pru p 3 in treated peach juice.  
Garino C, Zitelli F, Travaglia F, Colsson JD, Cravotto G, Arlorio M.
J Agric Food Chem 2012 Sep 5;60(35):8755-8762

A recombinant omega-gliadin-like D-type glutenin and an alpha-gliadin from wheat (Triticum aestivum): two immunoglobulin E binding proteins, useful for the diagnosis of wheat-dependent allergies.  
Mameri H, Bouchez I, Pecquet C, Raison-Peyron N, Choudat D, Chabane H, Kerre S, ery-Papini S, Gohon Y, Briozzo P, Lauriere M, Snegaroff J.
J Agric Food Chem 2012 Aug 15;60(32):8059-8068

Identification of an IgE reactive peptide in hen egg riboflavin binding protein subjected to simulated gastrointestinal digestion.  
Martos G, Pineda-Vadillo C, Miralles B, onso-Lebrero E, Lopez-Fandino R, Molina E, Belloque J.
J Agric Food Chem 2012 May 23;60(20):5215-5220

Effect of processing on recovery and variability associated with immunochemical analytical methods for multiple allergens in a single matrix: sugar cookies.  
Khuda S, Slate A, Pereira M, Al-Taher F, Jackson L, az-Amigo C, Bigley EC, Whitaker T, Williams KM.
J Agric Food Chem 2012 May 2;60(17):4195-4203

Digested Ara h 1 loses sensitizing capacity when separated into fractions.  
Bogh KL, Barkholt V, Rigby NM, Mills EN, Madsen CB.
J Agric Food Chem 2012 Mar 21;60(11):2934-2942

Fast real-time PCR for the detection of crustacean allergen in foods.  
Herrero B, Vieites JM, Espineira M.
J Agric Food Chem 2012 Feb 29;60(8):1893-1897

Purification, cloning, and immunological characterization of arginine kinase, a novel allergen of Octopus fangsiao.  
Shen HW, Cao MJ, Cai QF, Ruan MM, Mao HY, Su WJ, Liu GM.
J Agric Food Chem 2012 Mar 7;60(9):2190-2199

Immunomodulatory effects of heated ovomucoid-depleted egg white in a BALB/c mouse model of egg allergy.  
Jimenez-Saiz R, Rupa P, Mine Y.
J Agric Food Chem 2011 Dec 28;59(24):13195-13202

Evaluation and comparison of the species-specificity of 3 antiparvalbumin IgG antibodies.  
Lee PW, Nordlee JA, Koppelman SJ, Baumert JL, Taylor SL.
J Agric Food Chem 2011 Dec 14;59(23):12309-12316

Quantitative detection of hazelnut (Corylus avellana) in cookies: ELISA versus real-time PCR.  
Platteau C, De LM, De MB, Taverniers I.
J Agric Food Chem 2011 Nov 9;59(21):11395-11402

Comparison of DNA extraction methods and development of duplex PCR and real-time PCR to detect tomato, carrot, and celery in food.  
Pafundo S, Gulli M, Marmiroli N.
J Agric Food Chem 2011 Oct 12;59(19):10414-10424

Detection of allergenic ingredients using real-time PCR: a case study on hazelnut (Corylus avellena) and soy (Glycine max).  
Platteau C, De LM, De MB, Taverniers I.
J Agric Food Chem 2011 Oct 26;59(20):10803-10814

Human immunoglobulin E (IgE) binding to heated and glycated ovalbumin and ovomucoid before and after in vitro digestion.  
Jimenez-Saiz R, Belloque J, Molina E, Lopez-Fandino R.
J Agric Food Chem 2011 Sep 28;59(18):10044-10051

Allergenicity assessment of osmotin, a pathogenesis-related protein, used for transgenic crops.  
Sharma P, Singh AK, Singh BP, Gaur SN, Arora N.
J Agric Food Chem 2011 Sep 28;59(18):9990-9995

Allergenicity assessment of the papaya ringspot virus coat protein expressed in transgenic rainbow papaya.  
Fermin G, Keith RC, Suzuki JY, Ferreira SA, Gaskill DA, Pitz KY, Manshardt RM, Gonsalves D, Tripathi S.
J Agric Food Chem 2011 Sep 28;59(18):10006-10012

Simultaneous detection of eight food allergens using optical thin-film biosensor chips.  
Wang W, Han J, Wu Y, Yuan F, Chen Y, Ge Y.
J Agric Food Chem 2011 Jul 13;59(13):6889-6894

Impact of Maillard reaction on immunoreactivity and allergenicity of the hazelnut allergen Cor a 11.  
Iwan M, Vissers YM, Fiedorowicz E, Kostyra H, Kostyra E, Savelkoul HF, Wichers HJ.
J Agric Food Chem 2011 Jul 13;59(13):7163-7171

Multiplex, quantitative, ligation-dependent probe amplification for determination of allergens in food.  
Mustorp SL, Dromtorp SM, Holck AL.
J Agric Food Chem 2011 May 25;59(10):5231-5239

Immunochemical and mass spectrometry detection of residual proteins in gluten fined red wine.  
Simonato B, Mainente F, Tolin S, Pasini G.
J Agric Food Chem 2011 Apr 13;59(7):3101-3110

Quantification and partial characterization of the residual protein in fully and partially refined commercial soybean oils.  
Rigby NM, Sancho AI, Salt LJ, Foxall R, Taylor S, Raczynski A, Cochrane SA, Crevel RW, Mills EN.
J Agric Food Chem 2011 Mar 9;59(5):1752-1759

Tomato allergy: detection of IgE-binding lipid transfer proteins in tomato derivatives and in fresh tomato peel, pulp, and seeds.  
Pravettoni V, Primavesi L, Farioli L, Brenna OV, Pompei C, Conti A, Scibilia J, Piantanida M, Mascheri A, Pastorello EA.
J Agric Food Chem 2009 Nov 25;57(22):10749-10754

Salt-soluble proteins from wheat-derived foodstuffs show lower allergenic potency than those from raw flour.  
de GM, Armentia A, az-Perales A, Palacin A, Duenas-Laita A, Martin B, Salcedo G, Sanchez-Monge R.
J Agric Food Chem 2009 Apr 22;57(8):3325-3330

Major allergen and its IgE cross-reactivity among salmonid fish roe allergy.  
Shimizu Y, Nakamura A, Kishimura H, Hara A, Watanabe K, Saeki H.
J Agric Food Chem 2009 Mar 25;57(6):2314-2319

Sensitization and elicitation of an allergic reaction to wheat gliadins in mice.  
Bodinier M, Leroy M, Ah-Leung S, Blanc F, Tranquet O, ery-Papini S, Wal JM, del-Patient K.
J Agric Food Chem 2009 Feb 25;57(4):1219-1225

All three subunits of soybean beta-conglycinin are potential food allergens.  
Krishnan HB, Kim WS, Jang S, Kerley MS.
J Agric Food Chem 2009 Feb 11;57(3):938-943

Development of animal models and sandwich-ELISA tests to detect the allergenicity and antigenicity of fining agent residues in wines.  
Lifrani A, Dos SJ, Dubarry M, Rautureau M, Blachier F, Tome D.
J Agric Food Chem 2009 Jan 28;57(2):525-534

A sensitive and robust competitive enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for Brazil nut ( Bertholletia excelsa L.) detection.  
Sharma GM, Roux KH, Sathe SK.
J Agric Food Chem 2009 Jan 28;57(2):769-776

Peach ( Prunus persica L. Batsch) allergen-encoding genes are developmentally regulated and affected by fruit load and light radiation.  
Botton A, Andreotti C, Costa G, Ramina A.
J Agric Food Chem 2009 Jan 28;57(2):724-734

Changes in the ovalbumin proteolysis profile by high pressure and its effect on IgG and IgE binding.  
Lopez-Exposito I, Chicon R, Belloque J, Recio I, Alonso E, Lopez-Fandino R.
J Agric Food Chem 2008 Dec 24;56(24):11809-11816

Reduction of IgE binding and nonpromotion of Aspergillus flavus fungal growth by simultaneously silencing Ara h 2 and Ara h 6 in peanut.  
Chu Y, Faustinelli P, Ramos ML, Hajduch M, Stevenson S, Thelen JJ, Maleki SJ, Cheng H, Ozias-Akins P.
J Agric Food Chem 2008 Dec 10;56(23):11225-11233

Adsorption of peanut (Arachis hypogaea, Leguminosae) proteins by activated charcoal.  
Kopper RA, Kim A, Van T, Helm RM.
J Agric Food Chem 2008 Nov 26;56(22):10619-10624

Molecular cloning, recombinant expression, and immunological characterization of a novel allergen from tartary buckwheat.  
Zhang X, Yuan JM, Cui XD, Wang ZH.
J Agric Food Chem 2008 Nov 26;56(22):10947-10953

Effects of processing on immunoreactivity of cashew nut (Anacardium occidentale L.) seed flour proteins.  
Venkatachalam M, Monaghan EK, Kshirsagar HH, Robotham JM, O'Donnell SE, Gerber MS, Roux KH, Sathe SK.
J Agric Food Chem 2008 Oct 8;56(19):8998-9005

Biochemical characterization of soluble proteins in pecan [Carya illinoinensis (Wangenh.) K. Koch].  
Venkatachalam M, Roux KH, Sathe SK.
J Agric Food Chem 2008 Sep 10;56(17):8103-8110

Reliable enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for the determination of soybean proteins in processed foods.  
Morishita N, Kamiya K, Matsumoto T, Sakai S, Teshima R, Urisu A, Moriyama T, Ogawa T, Akiyama H, Morimatsu F.
J Agric Food Chem 2008 Aug 27;56(16):6818-6824

Proteomic analysis of lupin seed proteins to identify conglutin Beta as an allergen, Lup an 1.  
Goggin DE, Mir G, Smith WB, Stuckey M, Smith PM.
J Agric Food Chem 2008 Aug 13;56(15):6370-6377

Immunoglobulin E-reactive proteins in cashew (Anacardium occidentale) apple juice concentrate.  
Comstock SS, Robotham JM, Tawde P, Kshirsagar H, Sathe SK, Roux KH, Teuber SS.
J Agric Food Chem 2008 Jul 23;56(14):5977-5982

Purification, crystallization and preliminary X-ray characterization of prunin-1, a major component of the almond (Prunus dulcis) allergen amandin.  
Albillos SM, Jin T, Howard A, Zhang Y, Kothary MH, Fu TJ.
J Agric Food Chem 2008 Jul 9;56(13):5352-5358

Recent advances in the understanding of egg allergens: basic, industrial, and clinical perspectives.  
Mine Y, Yang M.
J Agric Food Chem 2008 Jul 9;56(13):4874-4900

Development of a real-time PCR for the detection of lupine DNA (lupinus species) in foods.  
Demmel A, Hupfer C, Ilg HE, Busch U, Engel KH.
J Agric Food Chem 2008 Jun 25;56(12):4328-4332

Oral mite ingestion: Expect more than anaphylaxis.  
Gonzalez-Perez R, Poza-Guedes P, Matheu V, Sanchez-Machin I.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 Jun 15;

Symptoms of atopic dermatitis are influenced by outdoor air pollution.  
Kim J, Kim EH, Oh I, Jung K, Han Y, Cheong HK, Ahn K.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 Jun 11;

Peanut-specific IgE antibodies in asymptomatic Ghanaian children possibly caused by carbohydrate determinant cross-reactivity.  
Amoah AS, Obeng BB, Larbi IA, Versteeg SA, Aryeetey Y, Akkerdaas JH, Zuidmeer L, Lidholm J, Fernandez-Rivas M, Hartgers FC, Boakye DA, van RR, Yazdanbakhsh M.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 Jun 10;
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Identification and isolation of a Fel d 1-like molecule as a major rabbit allergen.  
Hilger C, Kler S, Arumugam K, Revets D, Muller CP, Charpentier C, Lehners C, Morisset M, Hentges F.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 Jun 10;
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Double-blind food challenges can be conducted effectively by using interspersed active and placebo doses among children.  
Marrs T, du Toit G, Fox AT, Perkin MR, Lack G.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 Jun 10;

Gly m 2S albumin from soybean is a major allergen with a high diagnostic value in soybean-allergic children.  
Ebisawa M, Brostedt P, Sjolander S, Sato S, Borres MP, Ito K.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 Jun 10;

Vicilin and the basic subunit of legumin are putative chickpea allergens.  
Bar-El Dadon S, Pascual CY, Eshel D, Teper-Bamnolker P, Paloma Ibáñez MD, Reifen R.
Miscellaneous Food Chem 2013 May 1;138(1):13-8.
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Food allergy: an enigmatic epidemic.  
Berin MC, Sampson HA.
Miscellaneous Trends Immunol 2013;May [Ahead of Print]
Abstract

Safety of food challenges to extensively heated egg in egg-allergic children: a prospective cohort study.  
Turner PJ, Mehr S, Joshi P, Tan J, Wong M, Kakakios A, Campbell DE.
Pediatr Allergy Immunol 2013 Jun 16;
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Prevalence of confirmed IgE-mediated food allergy among adolescents in Turkey.  
Kaya A, Erkocoglu M, Civelek E, Cakir B, Kocabas CN.
Pediatr Allergy Immunol 2013 Jun 16;
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Lysinuric protein intolerance can be misdiagnosed as food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome.  
Maines E, Comberiati P, Piacentini GL, Boner AL, Peroni DG.
Pediatr Allergy Immunol 2013 Jun 16;

Role of specific IgE in predicting the clinical course of lentil allergy in children.  
Yavuz ST, Sahiner UM, Buyuktiryaki B, Tuncer A, Yilmaz EA, Cavkaytar O, Karabulut E, Sackesen C.
Pediatr Allergy Immunol 2013 Jun;24(4):382-388

Relationships between molds and asthma suggesting non-allergic mechanisms. A rural-urban comparison.  
Flamant-Hulin M, nnesi-Maesano I, Caillaud D.
Pediatr Allergy Immunol 2013 Jun;24(4):345-351
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L’exotisme n’est plus ce qu’il était : l’exemple du kiwi / The exotic is not what it was: the example of kiwi  
G. Dutau, F. Lavaud
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(2):57-58
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Anaphylaxie sévère au litchi (Litchi Sinensis) : à propos de cinq cas déclarés au réseau Allergovigilance / Severe anaphylaxis lychee (Litchi sinensis): about five cases reported in Allergy Vigilance Network  
V.-M. Nguyen, E. Beaudouin, J.-M. Renaudin, C. Le Loet, A. Cheynel, C. Douillet, M.-V. Vodoff, S. Giboury-Lafarge, D.-A. Moneret-Vautrin
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(2):73-76
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Allergie aux fruits à coque : l’indispensable! / Allergy to nuts: the essentials!  
A. Juchet, M. Chevallier, A. Chabbert-Broué
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(2):77-83
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Allergie à l’éthylvanilline. À propos d’une observation chez une adolescente de 14 ans / Allergy to vanillin. About an observation from a 14 year old girl  
M. Chevallier, A. Chabbert, G. Labouret, A. Juchet
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(2):88-90
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Une nouvelle cause d’asthme professionnel : la poudre d’extincteur / A new cause of occupational asthma: powder extinguisher  
Bettayeb F, Charpin D.
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(2):95-97
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Étude comparée de la sensibilisation à cinq aliments principaux chez des enfants de trois à 14 ans vivant au Maghreb et en Afrique sub-saharienne / Awareness five foods in children three to 14 years living in North Africa and study in sub-Saharan Africa  
R. Cheikh, M. Mjid, Z. Souissi, A. Ben Hmida, M. Beji
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):141-146
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Eczéma de contact et dermatite atopique de l’enfant : les haptènes / Contact dermatitis and atopic dermatitis in children: haptens  
F. Giordano-Labadie
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):147-151
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Protéines alimentaires des cosmétiques / Dietary protein cosmetics  
A.-C. Bursztejn, F. Rancé, A. Barbaud
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):152-155
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Allergènes et dermatite atopique : les aéroallergènes / Allergens and atopic dermatitis: aeroallergens  
J.-L. Bourrain
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):156-158
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Hypersensibilité aux biothérapies / Hypersensitivity to biotherapy  
A. Barbaud
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):174-178
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L’allergie au latex : qu’en reste-t-il ? / Latex allergy: what does it rest?  
D. Charpin, C. Tummino
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):185-187
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Allergènes professionnels dans les métiers de la recherche / Allergens professionals in the fields of research  
S. Kleinlogel, M. Blaumeiser, M. Gonzalez
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):218-222
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Allergènes professionnels chez les coiffeuses et les esthéticiennes / Allergens in professional hairdressers and beauticians  
M.-B. Cleenewerck
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):223-228
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Allergie à l’ambroisie : quels moyens pour empêcher l’invasion ? / Ragweed allergy: what means to prevent the invasion?  
B. Chauvel, Q. Martinez
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):229-234
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Prévention et traitement de l’allergie à l’ambrosia / Prevention and treatment of allergy to ragweed  
M. Grosclaude
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):235-238
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Les éruptions des enfants traités par des médicaments courants : résultent-elles d’une hypersensibilité médicamenteuse et quel bilan faut-il effectuer ? / The eruptions of children treated with common drugs: they are the result of drug hypersensitivity  
C. Ponvert, T. Bourrier
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):253-261
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Évolution du profil de sensibilisation moléculaire avec l’âge / The changing profile of molecular awareness with age  
C. Agabriel, J. Birnbaum, V. Liabeuf, J. Vitte
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):262-266
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Conséquences cliniques d’une sensibilisation moléculaire aux protéines de transfert lipidique des fruits à coque / Clinical consequences of molecular awareness lipid transfer proteins nuts  
J.-M. Perotin, F. Lavaud
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):267-269
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Profil clinique des réactions aux corticoïdes / Clinical profile of reactions to corticosteroids  
N. Raison-Peyron
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):288-291
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Hypersensibilité allergique retardée aux corticostéroïdes : diagnostic et réactivités croisées / Delayed allergic hypersensitivity to corticosteroids: diagnosis and cross-reactivity  
M. Baeck, A. Goossens
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):292-297
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Intolérance au gluten de l’enfant /Gluten intolerance in a child  
E. Gardini
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):331-333
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L’allergie au sarrasin : caractéristiques de patients suivis en Ille-et-Vilaine / Buckwheat allergy: characteristics of patients treated in Ille-et-Vilaine [Poster]  
N. Hesse, A. Hoppe, M. Drouet, C. Rochefort-Morel
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):334
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Anaphylaxie aux traces de lait chez deux adultes : succès de l’induction de tolérance orale au lait de vache sous omalizumab / Anaphylaxis traces of milk in two adults: successful induction of oral tolerance to cow's milk omalizumab  
M. Cerutti, P. Pralong, M. Bouvier, F. Bienvenu, A. Frappaz, F. Bérard
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):334
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La gestion des aliments utilisés pour le diagnostic et le traitement des allergies alimentaires / Food management for the diagnosis and treatment of food allergies  
Z. Asbati, G. Kanny
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):334-335
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Syndrome oral aux rosacées chez l’enfant avec une cosensibilisation PR 10/LTP : à propos de deux cas / Oral allergy syndrome to rosacea in children with cosensibilisation PR 10/LTP: about two cases [Abstract]  
I. Luez, M. Bouvier
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):335-336
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Allergie aux hydrolysats de protéines de lait de vache / Allergy to protein hydrolysates of cow's milk [Abstract]  
N. Siala, I. Fetni, O. Azzabi, O. Rebah, S. Briki, M. Ben Hariz, A. Maherzi
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):336
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Étude des allergènes impliqués dans un cas d’allergie au pois cassé sans allergie aux petits pois / Study of allergens involved in a case of allergy allergy-free split pea with peas [Abstract]  
K. Lièvre, C. Bertin, D. Kosmalski, V. Leduc
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):337
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À propos de deux cas d’allergies sévères aux herbes aromatiques / About two cases of severe allergies to herbs [Abstract]  
J.M. Devoisins, C. Peton, K. Lallemand, V. Leduc
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):337
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Allergie au lait de mammifères chez l’adulte : à propos de six cas / Milk allergy to mammals in adults: about six cases [Abstract]  
V. Doyen, C. Ledent, M. Mairesse, F. Corazza, E. Vaia, O. Michel
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):338
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Allergies alimentaires et maladies inflammatoires de l’intestin des enfants et adolescents : y a-t-il une relation ? / Food allergies and inflammatory bowel disease in children and adolescents: is there a relationship? [Abstract]  
L. Villafana, C. Dupont, F. Ruemmele
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):338
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Accident anaphylactique sévère mais non allergique après consommation de poisson / Severe allergic anaphylactic accident after eating fish [Abstract]  
P. Pralong, J.-F. Nicolas, F. Berard
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):338-339
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Allergie aux protéines du lait de vache : à propos d’une série tunisienne de 43 cas / Allergy to cow's milk protein: about a Tunisian series of 43 cases [Abstract]  
N. Siala, I. Fetni, O. Azzabi, O. Rebah, S. Briki, M. Ben Hariz, A. Maherzi
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):339
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Le pois blond, un nouvel allergène / The blond pea, a new allergen [Abstract]  
C. Richard, P. Sergeant, S. Jacquenet, D.A. Moneret-Vautrin
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):339-340
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Allergie à la pêche / Allergy to fish  
H. Daghfous, N. Belloumi, R. El Bey, S. Ben Saad, F. Tritar
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):340
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Allergie à la pêche générée par un collutoire / Allergy to fish generated by a mouthwash [Abstract]  
M. Bouvier, S.-J. Halpern
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):340
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Réactions croisées entre les allergènes du pollen de bouleau et du chêne pédonculé / Cross-reactivity between pollen allergens of birch and oak tree  
K. Lièvre, D. Kosmalski, C. Aparicio, O. Hugny, V. Leduc
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):342
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Comparaison du potentiel allergène de 29 génotypes de blé dont des lignées génétiquement modifiées / Comparison of allergenicity of 29 wheat genotypes including genetically modified lines [Abstract]  
R. Lupi, S. Masci, F. Pineau, D.-A. Moneret-Vautrin, S. Denery-Papini, C. Larré
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):343
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Vers une prédiction du seuil réactogène des patients allergiques à l’arachide sur la base des taux d’IgE circulantes dirigées contre cinq allergènes recombinants / Threshold of patients allergic to peanuts based on IgE against five recombinant allergens  
S. Jacquenet, C. Richard, O. Roitel, B. Thouvenot, N. Couturier, M. Brulliard, G. Kanny, D.-A. Moneret-Vautrin, B. Bihain
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):343
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Goat's milk allergy: identification of epitopes responsible for the lack of cross-allergenicity between caprine and bovine beta casein [Abstract] [French]  
H. Bernard, S. Ah-Leung, E. Bidat, E. Paty, M.-F. Drumare, S. Tilleul, K. Adel-Patient, J.-M. Wal, S. Hazebrouck
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):343
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Réactions croisées entre allergènes de pollens de frêne et d’olivier / Cross-reactivity between pollen allergens and olive ash  
V. Leduc, C. Aparicio, O. Hugny, K. Lièvre
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):343-344
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Allergie croisée chez les équidés / Cross-reactivity in horses [Abstract]  
M. Mairesse, V. Leduc, K. Lallemand, C. Ledent, V. Doyen, O. Michel
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):344
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Choc anaphylactique aux fourmis noires (Samsum) au Moyent-Orient / Anaphylactic shock with black ants (Samsum) in Middle East [Abstract]  
C. Ledent, V. Leduc, K. Lallemand, M. Mairesse, V. Doyen, O. Michel
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):344-345
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Exemple de la validation d’une méthode analytique : dosage de l’allergène majeur Ole e 1 / Example of validation of an analytical method: determination of major allergen Ole e 1 [Abstract]  
O. Hugny, C. Aparicio, K. Lièvre, V. Leduc, C. Cueille
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):345
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L’allergie au liquide séminal / Allergy to semen [Abstract]  
B. Dézfoulian, A.F. Nikkels
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):345
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Dermite de contact aux protéines contenues dans les masques réparateurs chez une coiffeuse / Contact dermatitis to the proteins in the repair masks in dressing [Abstract]  
F. Francois, E. Penven, J. Waton, A. Barbaud
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):346
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Sensibilisation cutanée aux acariens à Casablanca / Skin sensitization to mites in Casablanca [Abstract]  
N. Souki, W. El Khattabi, M. Lahroussi, A. Aichane, H. Afif, Z. Bouayad
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):346
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Prévalence et épidémiologie clinique de l’allergie aux pollens de filaos à l’Île de La Réunion / Prevalence and epidemiology of pollen allergy filaos to Reunion Island [Abstract]  
B. Omarjee, B. Tanguy, Z. Rida
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):346
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Impact de la dénaturation thermique sur l’immunoréactivité de la lactoférrine / Impact on the thermal denaturation of the lactoferrin immunoreactivity [Abstract]  
H. Negaoui, A. Chikhi, K.E. El Mecherfi, I. Elhettak, H. Kaddouri, L. Amier, O. Kheroua, D. Saidi
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):346-347
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La biopuce ISAC dans une population de patients polysensibilisés / The ISAC microarray in a population of patients polysensitized [Abstract]  
C. Guyon, E. Labrune, L. Garnier, S. Viel, J. Guillemaud, J. Bienvenu, F. Bienvenu
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):347
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Un diagnostic d’allergie au latex qui lui va comme un gant / A diagnosis of latex allergy that fits him like a glove [Abstract]  
M.-C. Leoni, Y. Ahmedali, Y. Wang, N. Raison-Peyron, A.-M. Chiriac, P. Demoly
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):348
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Crèmes émollientes contenant des protéines alimentaires : quels risques chez les patients atopiques ? / Emollient creams containing food proteins: what risks atopic patients? [Abstract]  
A.-C. Bursztejn, F. Rancé, C. Latarche, F. Truchetet, A. Barbaud
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):349
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Dosages des IgE totaux et spécifiques aux pneumallergènes dans une population pédiatrique dans la ville d’Annaba (Algérie) / Assays of total and specific IgE to allergens in a pediatric population in the city of Annaba (Algeria) [Abstract]  
S. Meharzi, A. Boumendjel, N. Bouchair, M. Messarah, A. Belgharssa
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):349
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Caractéristiques des dermatites de contact aux protéines d’origine professionnelle / Characteristics of contact dermatitis to occupational protein [Abstract]  
C. Poreaux, J. Waton, F. François, C. Paris, A. Barbaud
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(3):350
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Allergies alimentaires, quelle prise en charge en restauration scolaire ? / Food allergies, which support in school canteens?  
C. Hiss, C. Dzviga, C. Lambert, B. Trombert Paviot, J.-M. Vergnon
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(4):397-404
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Expérience de la biopuce ISAC® dans l’exploration de l’allergie alimentaire en pédiatrie / Experience ISAC ® biochip in the exploration of food allergy in children  
M. Chevallier, A. Chabbert, A. Juchet, A. Didier
Rev Fr Allergol 2013;53(4):405-410
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