PMID: 4124984Aug 1, 1973Paper

Hypersensitivity to phenylglycine acid chloride

The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology
J K Kammermeyer, K P Mathews

Abstract

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References

Feb 1, 1968·The American Journal of Medicine·K P Mathews
May 1, 1968·Archives of Environmental Health·H C BrucknerJ J Ronayne
Mar 1, 1964·The Journal of Allergy·S O FREEDMAN
Nov 1, 1951·The Journal of Allergy·T G JOHNSTONJ M SHELDON
Jun 1, 1947·The American Journal of Medicine·W B SHERMAN, R A COOKE

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Aug 1, 1986·Clinical Reviews in Allergy·M Lopez, J E Salvaggio
Sep 28, 2012·Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology·Xaver BaurHenning Vellguth
May 24, 2011·Journal of Allergy·Sara Díaz AnguloPaul Cullinan
Apr 5, 2011·Allergy, Asthma & Immunology Research·Hyun Jung JinHae-Sim Park
Jul 14, 2000·American Journal of Industrial Medicine·V van KampenX Baur

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