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 Allergy Advisor Digest - October 2011
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Read Occupational IgE-mediated Softwood allergy: characterization of the causative allergen.
Read Minor interference of cross-reactive carbohydrates with the diagnosis of respiratory allergy
Read Diagnostic value of the serum-specific IgE Ratio of omega-5 Gliadin to wheat in adult patients with wheat-induced anaphylaxis.
Read Prevalence and real clinical impact of Cupressus sempervirens and Juniperus communis sensitisations in Tuscan 'Maremma', Italy.
Read Recent advances in research on lacquer allergy.
Read Histamine and allergen skin reactivity in the elderly population
Read Anaphylaxis in a New York City pediatric emergency department.
Read A polysensitized patient with several severe food allergies - Molecular study results
Read Anaphylactic reaction to phuk-waan-ban in a patient with latex allergy.
Read Atlas of the most important allergenic pollens in Mexico.
Read Aeroallergen sensitization in wheezing children from Rosario, Argentina

Abstracts shared in October 2011 Advisor Digest Newsletter

Read Hen egg hair mask-induced food allergy
Read Anaphylaxis caused by tomato lipid transfer protein.
Read Rosaceae-associated exercise-induced anaphylaxis with positive SPT and negative IgE reactivity to Pru p 3.
Read Anaphylactic reaction to povidone secondary to drug ingestion in a young child.
Read Systemic allergic reaction due to intranasal budesonide.
Read Maize: a new occupational allergen in the pharmaceutical industry.
Read Anaphylactic shock to iodinated povidone.
Read Usefulness of specific IgE antibodies to omega-5 gliadin in the diagnosis and follow-up of Japanese children with wheat allergy.
Read Cucumber anaphylaxis in a latex-sensitized patient.
Read Secondary soy allergy in children with birch pollen allergy may cause both chronic and acute symptoms.
Read Sensitization to allergens in a group of children with primary renal tubular acidosis.

Allergy and Intolerance Abstracts
Occupational IgE-mediated Softwood allergy: characterization of the causative allergen.
A case report of softwood allergy in a carpenter exposed to different wood dusts. Skin tests and IgE tests against wood were performed with specifically tailored ImmunoCAPs and cross-reactive carbohydrate determinants. Potential allergens were identified by IgE. The clinical relevance was verified by challenge tests. Specific IgE to softwood (spruce, pine and larch wood), beech wood, natural rubber latex (NRL) and horseradish peroxidase (HRP) were detected. Allergens in spruce wood, the dominant allergen source, were identified as peroxidases. Softwood were the strongest inhibitors. HRP reduced IgE binding to softwood to <50%, indicating predominantly proteinogenic epitopes, whereas IgE binding to NRL and beech wood was reduced to >50% by HRP, indicating predominantly glycogenic IgE epitopes. Skin and challenge tests underlined that softwoods were the source of sensitization.

Occupational IgE-mediated Softwood allergy: characterization of the causative allergen.  
Kespohl S, Kotschy-Lang N, Tomm JM, von BM, Maryska S, Bruning T, Raulf-Heimsoth M.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2011 Oct 7;157(2):202-208

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Minor interference of cross-reactive carbohydrates with the diagnosis of respiratory allergy
IgE to N-glycans from plant and invertebrate glycoproteins induces extensive in vitro cross-reactivity. This study investigated the prevalence and diagnostic relevance of IgE to these N-glycans [cross-reactive carbohydrate determinants (CCDs)] in patients with suspicion of respiratory allergy. A total of 1,025 adult subjects with symptoms of rhinitis and/or asthma from a reference allergy clinic were studied. The prevalence of CCD sensitization (MUXF sIgE and/or bromelain-sIgE >/=0.1 kU(A)/l) was 18.0%. Male sex and atopy (SPT positivity) were associated with CCD sensitization. Sensitization was more frequent in patients sensitized to pollens than in those sensitized to mites, the most common inhalant allergens in the area. A history of Hymenoptera stings was associated with CCD sensitization and multiallergen IgE test positivity. CCD sensitization was not significantly associated with age, rural residence, alcohol consumption or smoking. Only 58 patients (5.6%) showed CCD-sIgE levels >/=0.35 kU(A)/l. CCD-induced inhibition of pollen-sIgE or mite-sIgE in patients with respective positive SPT was minimal or absent in most cases. In this population of predominantly mite-allergic patients, CCD sensitization was relatively rare and CCD-sIgE levels low. Thus, CCDs do not represent a major obstacle for the diagnosis of respiratory allergy in a specialized setting. Hymenoptera stings are associated with CCD sensitization.

Minor interference of cross-reactive carbohydrates with the diagnosis of respiratory allergy in standard clinical conditions.  
Vidal C, Sanmartin C, Armisen M, Rodriguez V, Linneberg A, Gonzalez-Quintela A.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2011 Oct 6;157(2):176-185

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Diagnostic value of the serum-specific IgE Ratio of omega-5 Gliadin to wheat in adult patients with wheat-induced anaphylaxis.
Wheat is an important food allergen associated with severe allergic reactions, including wheat-dependent exercise-induced anaphylaxis (WDEIA) and wheat-induced anaphylaxis (WIA). To diagnose WDEIA, an exercise challenge test following wheat ingestion is performed, which is time-consuming and unsafe. The compound omega-5 gliadin has been identified as a major allergen for WDEIA and WIA. This study evaluated the diagnostic value of serum IgE ratios of omega-5 gliadin to wheat in adult patients with WDEIA or WIA. 27 patients were enrolled and classified into 2 groups according to the severity of their allergic reactions to wheat. Group 1 included 17 patients with a history of anaphylaxis and group 2 included 10 patients having urticaria or atopic dermatitis. Serum IgE specific to wheat was increased in 47% of group 1 and 100% of group 2. However, all patients in group 1 had high serum IgE specific to omega-5 gliadin, whereas only 20% of group 2 showed increased levels. To identify a better diagnostic value, the log-transformed IgE ratio of omega-5 gliadin to wheat was calculated, with the cutoff value at 0.3. Based on these criteria, the authors found 100% sensitivity and specificity. Therefore this study confirms that the serum IgE ratio of omega-5 gliadin to wheat may be a useful marker for the diagnosis of WDEIA and WIA.

Diagnostic value of the serum-specific IgE Ratio of omega-5 Gliadin to wheat in adult patients with wheat-induced anaphylaxis.  
Park HJ, Kim JH, Kim JE, Jin HJ, Choi GS, Ye YM, Park HS.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2011 Oct 5;157(2):147-150

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Prevalence and real clinical impact of Cupressus sempervirens and Juniperus communis sensitisations in Tuscan 'Maremma', Italy.
Thhis study's aim was to evaluate the impact of Cupressus sempervirens (Cs) (Italian Funeral Cypress) and Juniperus communis (Jc) (Juniper berry) sensitisations in 'Maremma' in southern Tuscany. 811 consecutive outpatients with suspected allergic respiratory symptoms underwent skin prick tests (SPT) for common allergens and for Cs and Jc. SPT was negative in 295 (36.37%) subjects. A Cs/Jc sensitisation was found in 294 (36.25%): 289 (98.3%) were sensitised to Cs whereas 198 (67.34%) to Jc. There was a co-sensitisation between Cs and Jc in 193 (65.6%) subjects. Cs/Jc mono-sensitisation was found in 39 (13.6%) subjects. A higher number of Cs/Jc sensitised subjects reported winter (131-44.55%) and spring (124-42.2%) symptoms compared to Cs/Jc non-sensitised and non-allergic subjects. Most Cs/Jc sensitised subjects reported rhinitis and conjunctivitis, whereas only few reported coughing and asthma. The most frequent co-sensitisation was with grass, olive and other trees in Cs/Jc subjects. Those who reported winter symptoms, likely influenced by Cupressaceae, rhinitis was the main symptom whereas asthma was less frequent. Cs/Jc sensitisation resulted to be a risk factor for rhinitis whereas the probability of being asthmatic was reduced.

Prevalence and real clinical impact of Cupressus sempervirens and Juniperus communis sensitisations in Tuscan 'Maremma', Italy.  
Sposato B, Scalese M.
Allergol Immunopathol (Madr ) 2011 Oct 5;

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Recent advances in research on lacquer allergy.
Also called Varnish Tree, Japanese lacquer Tree, Japanese Varnish Tree and Japanese Sumac, is a species of genus Toxicodendron (formerly Rhus) that grows in East Asia, in regions of China, Korea and Japan. The trees are cultivated and tapped for their toxic sap, which is used as a highly durable lacquer to make Chinese, Korean and Japanese lacquerware.

Allergic contact dermatitis caused by contact with lacquer sap and lacquerware affects the welfare of lacquer workers and the lacquerware industry. Many studies of the mechanism of urushiol allergy, including animal models, have been carried out and have established several hypotheses. In order to provide a comprehensive understanding of lacquer allergy, the authors review recent advances in the research on lacquer allergy including the chemical properties of lacquer lipid components, allergic mechanism analyses, immunological explanations, allergy medications, and the prevention combined with the research results from the laboratory.

Recent advances in research on lacquer allergy.  
Ma XM, Lu R, Miyakoshi T.
Allergol Int 2011 Oct 25;0(0):

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Histamine and allergen skin reactivity in the elderly population
This Korean study investigated skin reactivity and influencing factors in the elderly population (n=854). Older age and female sex were associated with reduced histamine skin reactivity in elderly subjects. This age-related decrease was apparent only among women, the reasons for which were not identified. In contrast to histamine, wheal response size induced by 2 major allergens, Dermatophagoides pteronyssinus and Dermatophagoides farinae, did not show sex differences and did not decrease with age among the subjects showing allergen-induced wheal size greater than 0 mm.

Histamine and allergen skin reactivity in the elderly population: results from the Korean Longitudinal Study on Health and Aging.  
Song WJ, Lee SM, Kim MH, Kim SH, Kim KW, Cho SH, Min KU, Chang YS.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2011 Oct;107(4):344-352

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Anaphylaxis in a New York City pediatric emergency department.
In this study of anaphylaxis in a New York City pediatric emergency department (PED), a review of PED records for anaphylactic reactions over 5 years were evaluated. Results were - 213 anaphylactic reactions in 192 children (97 male): 6 were infants, 20 had multiple reactions, and the median age was 8 years (age range, 4 months to 18 years). Sixty-two reactions were coded as anaphylaxis; 151 additional reactions met the second symposium anaphylaxis criteria. There was no increase in incidence over 5 years. The triggers included the following: foods, 71%; unknown, 15%; drugs, 9%; and 'other,' 5%. Food was more likely to be a trigger in multiple PED visits. Epinephrine was administered in 169 (79%) reactions.

Anaphylaxis in a New York City pediatric emergency department: Triggers, treatments, and outcomes.  
Huang F, Chawla K, Jarvinen KM, Nowak-Wegrzyn A.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2011 Oct 22;

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A polysensitized patient with several severe food allergies - Molecular study results
A patient with pollen allergy multi-sensitized to different pollens, who also reports symptoms of food allergy: oral syndrome, urticaria and exercise induced anaphylaxis. Results of IgE determinations using microarray technique (ISAC) showed that the aeroallergens involved were typical from a Mediterranean environment; exercised-induced anaphylaxis was certainly related to tomato LTP whereas for episodes of oral syndrome and urticaria from peach LTP, storage proteins from lentils and soya were likely also involved. (Pauli 2010 ref.26975 5)

Molecular study of allergies in practice: About a polysensitized patient presenting several severe food allergies.  
Pauli G, Chivato T.
Miscellaneous 592 2010;50(6):513-515

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Anaphylactic reaction to phuk-waan-ban in a patient with latex allergy.
Frst report of anaphylactic reaction to Phuk-waan-ban in latex allergic patients. A patient with occupational natural rubber allergy developed an anaphylactic reaction with urticarial rash 20-30 minutes after ingestion of phuk-waan-ban. Specific IgE to latex was CAP class 3. Positive skin prick tests to latex and cooked and raw phuk-waan-ban crude extract confirmed allergic reactions. Cross-reactivity between phuk-waan-ban and latex was confirmed by using IgE inhibition test.

Sauropus androgynus, also known as katuk, star gooseberry, or sweet leaf, is a shrub grown in some tropical regions as a leaf vegetable. Its multiple upright stems can reach 2.5 meters high and bear dark green oval leaves 5-6 cm long. It is one of the most popular leaf vegetables in South Asia and Southeast Asia and is notable for high yields and palatability. The shoot tips have been sold as tropical asparagus. In Vietnam, the locals cook it with crab meat, minced pork or dried shrimp to make soup. In Malaysia, it is commonly stir-fried with egg or dried anchovies. In Indonesia, the leaves of the plant are used to make infusion, believed to improve the flow of breast milk for breastfeeding mothers. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sauropus_androgynus)

Anaphylactic reaction to phuk-waan-ban in a patient with latex allergy.  
Stirapongsasuti P, Tanglertsampan C, Aunhachoke K, Sangasapaviliya A.
Miscellaneous 592 2010 May;93(5):616-9.

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Atlas of the most important allergenic pollens in Mexico.
The importance of pollens as etiologic agents of allergy in Mexico is out of question, as have been demonstrated since 1940 in several studies performed in order to identify allergenic flora in many cities of Mexico. With the aim to improve the knowledge about pollens related to allergic diseases we made an atlas with photographs of the most relevant allergenic pollens in Mexico according to skin tests performed in allergic patients. Photographs of 31 taxa and a brief description of their microscopic features are presented along with their taxonomical relationships.

Atlas of the most important allergenic pollens in Mexico. [Spanish]  
Rosas-Alvarado A, Bautista-Huerta M, Velazquez-Samano G.
Rev Alerg Mex 2011 May;58(3):162-170

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Aeroallergen sensitization in wheezing children from Rosario, Argentina
This Argentinian study assessed the prevalence of aeroallergen sensitization in a pediatric population with recurrent episodes of wheezing. Overall, 58% of the patients presented sensitization to dust mite, 13% to pollen, 9% to epithelium, 8% to fungi, 6% to cockroach, and 1% to soybean hull. Overall, 60% of the patients were positive to at least one of the extracts, and the authors observed a significant and gradual increase in the frequency of sensitization in older age-groups.

Aeroallergen sensitization in wheezing children from Rosario, Argentina  
Patricia Pendino, Claudio Aguero, Paola Cavagnero, Karina Lopez, Ivan Kriunis, Jorge Molinas
WAO Journal 2011;4(10):

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Allergen-, Food allergy-, Intolerance-related articles

Occupational IgE-mediated Softwood allergy: characterization of the causative allergen.  
Kespohl S, Kotschy-Lang N, Tomm JM, von BM, Maryska S, Bruning T, Raulf-Heimsoth M.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2011 Oct 7;157(2):202-208

May the reduction of exposure to specific sensitizers be an alternative to work cessation in occupational asthma? results from a follow-up study.  
Talini D, Novelli F, Melosini L, Bacci E, Bartoli ML, Cianchetti S, Dente FL, Di FA, Vagaggini B, Paggiaro PL.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2011 Oct 7;157(2):186-193

Minor interference of cross-reactive carbohydrates with the diagnosis of respiratory allergy in standard clinical conditions.  
Vidal C, Sanmartin C, Armisen M, Rodriguez V, Linneberg A, Gonzalez-Quintela A.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2011 Oct 6;157(2):176-185

Specific IgE toward allergenic molecules is a new prognostic marker in patients with Sezary syndrome.  
Scala E, Abeni D, Palazzo P, Liso M, Pomponi D, Lombardo G, Picchio MC, Narducci MG, Russo G, Mari A.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2011 Oct 6;157(2):159-167

Diagnostic value of the serum-specific IgE Ratio of omega-5 Gliadin to wheat in adult patients with wheat-induced anaphylaxis.  
Park HJ, Kim JH, Kim JE, Jin HJ, Choi GS, Ye YM, Park HS.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2011 Oct 5;157(2):147-150

Mapping of IgE and IgG(4) antibody-binding epitopes in Cyn d 1, the major allergen of Bermuda grass pollen.  
Yuan HC, Wu KG, Chen CJ, Su SN, Shen HD, Chen YJ, Peng HJ.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2011 Oct 5;157(2):125-135

Hen egg hair mask-induced food allergy: a case report.  
Antonicelli L, Braschi MC, Cinti B.
Eur Ann Allergy Clin Immunol 2011 Aug;43(4):127-128
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Anaphylaxis caused by tomato lipid transfer protein.  
Asero R, Mistrello G, Amato S.
Eur Ann Allergy Clin Immunol 2011 Aug;43(4):125-126
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Rosaceae-associated exercise-induced anaphylaxis with positive SPT and negative IgE reactivity to Pru p 3.  
Bianchi A, Di Rienzo BA, Bondanini F, Mistrello G, Carlucci A, Tripodi S.
Eur Ann Allergy Clin Immunol 2011 Aug;43(4):122-124
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Peach allergy. Beyond the classic 3 allergens?  
Asero R, Cecchi L.
Eur Ann Allergy Clin Immunol 2011 Aug;43(4):101-102

Eczematous dermatitis caused by tetrazepam.  
Vazquez-Cortes S, Davila FG, Elices AA, Nieto LS, Chamorro GM.
Allergol Immunopathol (Madr ) 2011 Oct 1;

Anaphylactic reaction to povidone secondary to drug ingestion in a young child.  
Michavila-Gomez AV, Moreno-Palanques MA, Ferrer-Vazquez M, Ferriols-Leisart R, Bartolome B.
Allergol Immunopathol (Madr ) 2011 Oct 11;

Prevalence and real clinical impact of Cupressus sempervirens and Juniperus communis sensitisations in Tuscan 'Maremma', Italy.  
Sposato B, Scalese M.
Allergol Immunopathol (Madr ) 2011 Oct 5;

Systemic allergic reaction due to intranasal budesonide.  
vila-Fernandez G, Vazquez-Cortes S, Chamorro-Gomez M, Elices-Apellaniz A.
Allergol Immunopathol (Madr ) 2011 Oct 5;

Streptococcal tonsillitis as a cause of urticaria Tonsillitis and urticaria.  
Calado G, Loureiro G, Machado D, Tavares B, Ribeiro C, Pereira C, Luis AS.
Allergol Immunopathol (Madr ) 2011 Oct 5;

Serum IgE and eosinophil count in allergic rhinitis-Analysis using a modified Bayes' theorem.  
Demirjian M, Rumbyrt JS, Gowda VC, Klaustermeyer WB.
Allergol Immunopathol (Madr ) 2011 Oct 4;

Recent advances in research on lacquer allergy.  
Ma XM, Lu R, Miyakoshi T.
Allergol Int 2011 Oct 25;0(0):

Maize: a new occupational allergen in the pharmaceutical industry.  
Maniu CM, Faupel U, Siebenhaar G, Hunzelmann N.
Allergy 2010 Jul;65(7):930-931

The 8-year follow-up of the PIAMA intervention study assessing the effect of mite-impermeable mattress covers.  
Gehring U, de Jongste JC, Kerkhof M, Oldewening M, Postma D, van Strien RT, Wijga AH, Willers SM, Wolse A, Gerritsen J, Smit HA, Brunekreef B.
Allergy 2011 Oct 25;

Diagnostic value of the allergen, Pru p 1 in adult patients with birch pollen-associated oral allergy syndrome.  
Hwang EK, Kim JH, Nam YH, Jin HJ, Park HS.
Allergy 2011 Dec;66(12):1621-1622

Storage mites are the main sensitizers among adults in northern Vietnam: Results from a population survey.  
Hoang TL, Nguyen VT, Lundback B, Ronmark E.
Allergy 2011 Dec;66(12):1620-1621

IgE-binding epitopes: a reappraisal.  
Aalberse RC, Crameri R.
Allergy 2011 Oct;66(10):1261-1274

Antenatal risk factors for peanut allergy in children.  
Binkley KE, Leaver C, Ray JG.
Allergy Asthma Clin Immunol 2011 Oct 4;7(1):17
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Anaphylactic shock to iodinated povidone. [French]  
Palobart C, Cros J, Orsel I, Nathan N.
Ann Fr Anesth Reanim 2009 Feb;28(2):168-70.
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On the cover - brown rat.  
Weber RW.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2011 Oct;107(4):A6

Fixed drug eruption caused by mesna.  
Weiss KM, Jariwala S, Wachs J, Jerschow E.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2011 Oct;107(4):377-378

Adverse reactions to the allergen conjunctival provocation test.  
Mourao EM, Rosario NA.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2011 Oct;107(4):373-374

Histamine and allergen skin reactivity in the elderly population: results from the Korean Longitudinal Study on Health and Aging.  
Song WJ, Lee SM, Kim MH, Kim SH, Kim KW, Cho SH, Min KU, Chang YS.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2011 Oct;107(4):344-352

Usefulness of specific IgE antibodies to omega-5 gliadin in the diagnosis and follow-up of Japanese children with wheat allergy.  
Shibata R, Nishima S, Tanaka A, Borres MP, Morita E.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2011 Oct;107(4):337-343

Clinical evaluation of omega-5 gliadin-specific IgE test. [Japanese]  
Otsuji K, Futamura M, Kando N, Hayashi K, Ito K.
Arerugi 2011 Aug;60(8):971-982

Occupational asthma caused by IgE-mediated sensitization to multiple woods.  
Campo P, Aranda A, Palacin A, Montanez MI, az-Perales A, Blanca M.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2011 Oct 11;

How much of the farming effect is environmental?  
Grabenhenrich L, Keil T.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2011 Oct;128(4):780-781

The protective effect of farm milk consumption on childhood asthma and atopy: The GABRIELA study.  
Loss G, Apprich S, Waser M, Kneifel W, Genuneit J, Buchele G, Weber J, Sozanska B, Danielewicz H, Horak E, van Neerven RJ, Heederik D, Lorenzen PC, von ME, Braun-Fahrlander C.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2011 Oct;128(4):766-773

Anaphylaxis in a New York City pediatric emergency department: Triggers, treatments, and outcomes.  
Huang F, Chawla K, Jarvinen KM, Nowak-Wegrzyn A.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2011 Oct 22;

Urinary tetranor-PGDM concentrations in aspirin-intolerant asthma and anaphylaxis.  
Higashi N, Mita H, Yamaguchi H, Fukutomi Y, Akiyama K, Taniguchi M.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2011 Oct 22;

Hypersensitivity reactions due to nitrile gloves.  
Gonzalo-Garijo MA, Caballero ML, Gil-Micharet MS, Moneo I, Perez-Calderon R, Garcia-Borruel L.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2011 Oct 21;

Drug hypersensitivity reactions: Inconsistency in the use of the classification of immediate and nonimmediate reactions.  
Bircher AJ, Scherer HK.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2011 Oct 6;

Cucumber anaphylaxis in a latex-sensitized patient.  
Vlaicu PC, Rusu LC, Ledesma A, Vicente M, Cuevas M, Zamorano M, AntolĂ­n D, Alvarez E, De La Hoz B.
J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol 2011;21(3):236-9.
Abstract

Molecular study of allergies in practice: About a polysensitized patient presenting several severe food allergies.  
Pauli G, Chivato T.
Miscellaneous 592 2010;50(6):513-515
Abstract

Anaphylactic reaction to phuk-waan-ban in a patient with latex allergy.  
Stirapongsasuti P, Tanglertsampan C, Aunhachoke K, Sangasapaviliya A.
Miscellaneous 592 2010 May;93(5):616-9.
Abstract

Alpha-nicotinic acetylcholine receptor and tobacco smoke exposure: Effects on bronchial hyperresponsiveness in children.  
Torjussen TM, Lodrup Carlsen KC, Munthe-Kaas MC, Mowinckel P, Carlsen KH, Helms PJ, Gerritsen J, Whyte MK, Lenney W, Undlien DE, Shianna KV, Zhu G, Pillai SG.
Pediatr Allergy Immunol 2011 Oct 21;
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Familial aggregation of allergen-specific sensitization and asthma.  
Kurzius-Spencer M, Guerra S, Sherrill DL, Halonen M, Elston RC, Martinez FD.
Pediatr Allergy Immunol 2011 Oct 21;
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Secondary soy allergy in children with birch pollen allergy may cause both chronic and acute symptoms.  
De Swert LF, Gadisseur R, Sjolander S, Raes M, Leus J, Van HE.
Pediatr Allergy Immunol 2011 Oct 21;

Allergen sensitization in Mexican adults with asthma: Experience at a teaching hospital. [Spanish]  
Bedolla-Barajas M, Hernandez-Colin DD, Sainz-Hernandez J, Morales-Romero J.
Rev Alerg Mex 2011 May;58(3):133-141
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Atlas of the most important allergenic pollens in Mexico. [Spanish]  
Rosas-Alvarado A, Bautista-Huerta M, Velazquez-Samano G.
Rev Alerg Mex 2011 May;58(3):162-170
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Prevalence of sensitization to inhaled and food allergens in a group of children with primary renal tubular acidosis. [Spanish]  
Bojorquez-Ochoa A, Morfin-Maciel BM, Garcia-Caballero R, Hernandez T, Barbosa C, Zaltzman-Girsevich S.
Rev Alerg Mex 2011 Apr;58(2):87-92
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Aeroallergen sensitization in wheezing children from Rosario, Argentina  
Patricia Pendino, Claudio Aguero, Paola Cavagnero, Karina Lopez, Ivan Kriunis, Jorge Molinas
WAO Journal 2011;4(10):
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