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Insects as inhalant allergens; consideration of aerobiology, biochemistry, preparation of material, and clinical observations
Identification of low molecular weight allergens of American cockroach and production of monoclonal antibodies
Immunologic characterization of a recombinant American cockroach (Periplaneta americana) Per a 1 (Cr-PII) allergen
Bla g 3: a novel allergen of German cockroach identified using cockroach-specific avian single-chain variable fragment antibody
Socioeconomic status and race as risk factors for cockroach allergen exposure and sensitization in children with asthma
Identification of important allergens in German cockroach extracts by sodium dodecylsulfate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis and western blot analysis
The fungal biopesticide Metarhizium anisopliae has an adjuvant effect on the allergic response to ovalbumin in mice
Cloning and expression of trypsin-encoding cDNA from Blattella germanica and its possibility as an allergen
Production and characterization of monoclonal antibodies against major allergens of American cockroach
Role of insects as inhalant allergens in bronchial asthma with special reference to the clinical characteristics of patients
Indoor environmental exposures and exacerbation of asthma: an update to the 2000 review by the Institute of Medicine
Cloning of cockroach allergen, Bla g 4, identifies ligand binding proteins (or calycins) as a cause of IgE antibody responses.
Sequencing analysis of cDNA clones encoding the American cockroach Cr-PI allergens. Homology with insect hemolymph proteins.
Induction of IgE antibody responses by glutathione S-transferase from the German cockroach (Blattella germanica).
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