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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. Identifying and managing patients at risk of severe allergic reactions to food: Report from two iFAAM workshops

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  2. Retrospective markers of paediatric atopic dermatitis persistence after hospital diagnosis: A nationwide cohort study

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

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

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  1. Allergy Development in Adulthood: An Occupational Cohort Study of the Manufacturing of Industrial Enzymes

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  2. Identifying and managing patients at risk of severe allergic reactions to food: Report from two iFAAM workshops

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  3. Rational Design, Structure-Activity Relationship, and Immunogenicity of Hypoallergenic Pru p 3 Variants

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  4. The Clinical Relevance of Natural Rubber Latex-Specific IgE in Patients Sensitized to Timothy Grass Pollen

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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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