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Clinical and therapeutic significance of patterns of allergic reactions of the lungs to extrinsic agents: the 1977 J. Burns Amberson Lecture
Cutaneous and nasal allergic responses in ragweed hay fever: lack of clinical and histopathologic correlations with late phase reactions
Leukocytes and mediators in bronchoalveolar lavage during allergen-induced late-phase asthmatic reactions
Effects of inhaled platelet activating factor on pulmonary function and bronchial responsiveness in man
Allergen-induced recruitment of bronchoalveolar helper (OKT4) and suppressor (OKT8) T-cells in asthma. Relative increases in OKT8 cells in single early responders compared with those in late-phase responders
Time course of the increase in airway responsiveness associated with late asthmatic reactions to toluene diisocyanate in sensitized subjects
Late bronchial response and increase in methacholine hyperresponsiveness after exercise and distilled water challenge in atopic subjects with asthma with dual asthmatic response to allergen inhalation
Differences in airway responsiveness to leukotriene D4 in allergic sheep with and without late bronchial responses
Generation and partial characterization of eosinophil chemotactic activity and neutrophil chemotactic activity during early and late-phase asthmatic response
Bronchial reactivity increases soon after the immediate response in dual-responding asthmatic subjects
The biologic activity of mast cell granules. VIII. In vivo and in vitro characterization of mast cell granule-derived inflammatory factors involved in rat late-phase reactions
Detection of immunoreactive leukotrienes LTC4/D4 in skin-blister fluid after allergen testing in patients with late cutaneous reactions (LCR)
Dual cutaneous reactions to anti-human IgE; no change in plasma level of the split product complement C3d or effect of heparin
Increased bronchial hypersensitivity after early and late bronchial reactions provoked by allergen inhalation
Site of airflow obstruction during early and late phase asthmatic responses to allergen bronchoprovocation
Biphasic (early and late) asthmatic responses to exercise in children with severe asthma, resident at high altitude
Pulmonary disease due to inhalation of derivatives of Bacillus subtilis containing proteolytic enzyme
Comparative immunoreactivity of the eosinophil constituents MBP and ECP in different types of urticaria
Late skin-prick-test reactions to malted wheat. Clinical observations and immunohistochemical characterization
Selective inhibition of the cutaneous late but not immediate allergic response to antigens by misoprostol, a PGE analog. Results of a double-blind, placebo-controlled randomized study
Quantitative comparison of cytokine mRNA and inflammatory responses in cutaneous late phase allergic reactions
Quantitative analysis of T-cell receptor beta variable-gene usage in cutaneous late-phase reactions: implications for T-lymphocyte recruitment in cutaneous inflammation.
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Allergy and Asthma
Allergy and asthma are inflammatory disorders that are triggered by the activation of an allergen-specific regulatory t cell. These t cells become activated when allergens are recognized by allergen-presenting cells. Here is the latest research on allergy and asthma.