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Trichuris suis ova therapy for allergic rhinitis does not affect allergen-specific cytokine responses despite a parasite-specific cytokine response

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  1. Bronchoscopic mucosal cryobiopsies as a method for studying airway disease

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  2. Advancing the management of Obstructive Airways Diseases through Translational Research

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  3. Determinants of low risk of asthma exacerbation during pregnancy

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  4. High breast milk IL-1β level is associated with reduced risk of childhood eczema

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  1. Local recurrence rate in a national Danish patient cohort after curative treatment for rectal cancer

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  2. Circulating allergen-specific T2 lymphocytes: CCR4rather than CLAis the predominant phenotype in peanut-allergic subjects

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  3. EAACI Guidelines on allergen immunotherapy: IgE-mediated food allergy

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  4. Clinical relevance of sensitization to hydrolyzed wheat protein in wheat-sensitized subjects

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  5. Food allergy: setting the scene for tolerance induction

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  • C D Bourke
  • F Mutapi
  • N Nausch
  • D M F Photiou
  • L K Poulsen
  • B Kristensen
  • J Arnved
  • S Rønborg
  • Andreas Roepstorff
  • Susanne Hougaard Thamsborg
  • Christian Moliin Outzen Kapel
  • Martin Melbye
  • Palle Bager
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Parasitic helminths have been shown to reduce inflammation in most experimental models of allergic disease, and this effect is mediated via cytokine responses. However, in humans, the effects of controlled helminth infection on cytokine responses during allergy have not been studied.
Original languageEnglish
JournalClinical and Experimental Allergy
Volume42
Issue number11
Pages (from-to)1582-95
Number of pages14
ISSN0954-7894
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Publication statusPublished - 2012

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