Pathogenesis of occupational lung disease
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The in vitro effect of toluene diisocyanate on lymphocyte cyclic adenosine monophosphate production by isoproterenol, prostaglandin, and histamine: a possible mode of action
Clinical and therapeutic significance of patterns of allergic reactions of the lungs to extrinsic agents: the 1977 J. Burns Amberson Lecture
Activation of the alternative pathway of complement by grain. I. C3PA conversion and quantification of complement consumption by rye
Human antihapten antibodies in trimellitic anhydride inhalation reactions. Immunoglobulin classes of anti-trimellitic anhydride antibodies and hapten inhibition studies
Analysis of cellular and protein content of broncho-alveolar lavage fluid from patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis and chronic hypersensitivity pneumonitis
A critical assessment of the roles of circulating hydrogen ion and lactate in the production of exercise-induced asthma
Effect of short-term, low-level nitrogen dioxide exposure on bronchial sensitivity of asthmatic patients
Clinical and immunological responses to enzymes of Bacillus subtilis in factory workers and consumers
Asthma due to inhaled chemical agents: ampicillin, benzyl penicillin, 6 amino penicillanic acid and related substances
Allergic respiratory reactions in bird fanciers provoked by allergen inhalation provocation tests. Relation to clinical features and allergic mechanisms
Immunoglobulin E-mediated asthma and hypersensitivity pneumonitis with precipitating anti-hapten antibodies due to diphenylmethane diisocyanate (MDI) exposure
Radioallergosorbent testing of toluene diisocyanate-reactive individuals using p-tolyl isocyanate antigen
Acute bronchoconstriction induced by cotton dust: dose-related responses to endotoxin and other dust factors
Activation of complement by plicatic acid, the chemical compound responsible for asthma due to western red cedar (Thuja plicata)
Allergy to laboratory animals: epidemiologic, clinical, and physiologic aspects, and a trial of cromolyn in its management
Bronchoconstrictor responses to sulfur dioxide or sulfur dioxide plus sodium chloride droplets in allergic, nonasthmatic adolescent
Clinical and immunologic evaluation of trimellitic anhydride workers in multiple industrial settings
Arterial plasma histamine after exercise in normal individuals an in patients with exercise-induced asthma
Allergy and Asthma
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