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 Allergy Advisor Digest - April 2012
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Read Molecular characterization of wheat allergens specifically recognized by patients suffering from wheat-induced respiratory allergy.
Read Anaphylaxis and reactions to foods in children--a Swedish population-based case study of emergency department visits.
Read In vivo evidence of cross-reactivity between cow's milk and soybean proteins in a mouse model of food allergy.
Read Different patterns of sensitization in allergy to dry fermented sausage.
Read Allergy to red currant: immunoglobulin E-mediated hypersensitivity to lipid transport proteins (Pru p 3).
Read Accidental allergic reactions in children allergic to hen's egg.
Read Importance of prick test to hydrolysates in IgE-mediated allergy to cow's milk protein of the child
Read Allergy to buffalo milk mozzarella. A case report of a 16 year old
Read A new diagnostic test in intolerance to a hip replacement
Read Changing spectrum of allergy to lipid transfer proteins by anti-inflammatory drugs
Read Positive skin test to pegylated drug in a patient with anaphylaxis to polyethylene glycol
Read Introduction of small amounts of cow's milk in persistent cow's milk allergy
Read Prescribe when and how to interpret the measurement of molecular allergens in food allergy?
Read Allergy to rodents
Read Identification of a ß-lactoglobulin as a major allergen of anaphylaxis in buffalo milk
Read Occupational rhinitis caused by rice flour in a pizzeria worker.
Read Detection of Phl p 1, Phl p 5, Phl p 7 and Phl p 12 specific IgE antibodies in the sera of children and adult patients allergic to Phleum pollen.
Read Alkali-treated penicillin G solution is a better option than penicillin G as an alternative source of minor determinants for penicillin skin test.
Read Occupational asthma caused by inhalation of bovine serum albumin powder.
Read A case of anaphylaxis after the ingestion of yacon.
Read Smoking-induced acute eosinophilic pneumonia in a 15-year-old girl: a case report.
Read A fatal case of intravascular coagulation after bee sting acupuncture.
Read Acute urticaria induced by oral methylprednisolone.
Read A case of occupational rhinitis caused by rice powder in the grain industry.
Read Correlation of anti-Pru p 3 IgE levels with severity of peach allergy reactions in children.
Read Sensitization to Per a 2 of the American cockroach correlates with more clinical severity among airway allergic patients in Taiwan.

Abstracts shared in April 2012 Advisor Digest Newsletter

Read Relationship between red meat allergy and sensitization to gelatin and galactose-alpha-1,3-galactose.
Read Diagnostic utility of components in allergy to Anisakis simplex.
Read Don’t' forget unusual reactions and cow's milk allergy in neonates.
Read Atopic dermatitis and urticaria with allergic to horses early in an infant.
Read Processed allergens: wheat isolates examples
Read Characterization of the dog lipocalin allergen Can f 6: the role in cross-reactivity with cat and horse.
Read Component-resolved in vitro diagnosis of carrot allergy in three different regions of Europe.
Read Two cases of h(2)-receptor antagonist hypersensitivity and cross-reactivity.
Read Beef-induced anaphylaxis confirmed by the basophil activation test.
Read IgE sensitization to cephalosporins in health care workers.

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Molecular characterization of wheat allergens specifically recognized by patients suffering from wheat-induced respiratory allergy.
The objective of this study was the molecular and immunological characterization of new recombinant wheat allergens and to evaluate their usefulness for the diagnosis of allergy to wheat. The molecular characterization, recombinant expression and purification of five wheat allergens, a thioredoxin h isoform, glutathione transferase, 1-Cys-peroxiredoxin, profilin and dehydrin was accomplished. Homologous proteins were identified by sequence comparisons in various plants. 1-Cys-peroxiredoxin appeared to be the most relevant of the newly identified wheat allergens according to prevalence of IgE recognition and results from basophil degranulation experiments. It showed IgE cross-reactivity with seed proteins from barley, rye, rice, maize, soy, oat and spelt but 1-Cys-peroxiredoxin, glutathione transferase and dehydrin were mainly recognized by patients with baker's asthma but not wheat-induced food allergy.

Molecular characterization of wheat allergens specifically recognized by patients suffering from wheat-induced respiratory allergy.  
Pahr S, Constantin C, Mari A, Scheiblhofer S, Thalhamer J, Ebner C, Vrtala S, Mittermann I, Valenta R.
Clin Exp Allergy 2012 Apr;42(4):597-609

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Anaphylaxis and reactions to foods in children--a Swedish population-based case study of emergency department visits.
This study describes the overall incidence of anaphylaxis in a paediatric emergency department (ED) setting at three paediatric hospitals in Stockholm County. Inclusion criteria were any adverse reaction to foods or anaphylaxis. 383 children fulfilled the inclusion criteria of which 371 had had reactions to foods. The incidence of anaphylaxis was 32 per 100 000 person years irrespective of cause and food was involved in 92%. Tree nuts, particular cashew, and peanut were the most common eliciting foods, and in children under 3 years, reactions to these two food allergens were as common as reactions to milk and egg. Pollen-allergic children seemed to be admitted due to food-induced anaphylaxis more often during the deciduous tree pollen season compared with the rest of the year. Symptoms from the lower airways occurred in 49% of children with anaphylaxis but without underlying asthma compared with 72% of children with anaphylaxis and asthma.

Anaphylaxis and reactions to foods in children--a population-based case study of emergency department visits.  
Vetander M, Helander D, Flodstrom C, Ostblom E, Alfven T, Ly DH, Hedlin G, Lilja G, Nilsson C, Wickman M.
Clin Exp Allergy 2012 Apr;42(4):568-577

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In vivo evidence of cross-reactivity between cow's milk and soybean proteins in a mouse model of food allergy.
We demonstrate that Cows milk protein-sensitized mice, without previous exposure to soy proteins, elicited hypersensitivity signs immediately after the oral administration of SP, suggesting that the immunochemical cross-reactivity might be clinically relevant. This model may provide an approach to further characterize cross-allergenicity phenomena and develop new immunotherapeutic treatments for allergic patients.

In vivo evidence of cross-reactivity between cow's milk and soybean proteins in a mouse model of food allergy.  
Smaldini P, Curciarello R, Candreva A, Rey MA, Fossati CA, Petruccelli S, Docena GH.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2012 Apr 3;158(4):335-346

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Different patterns of sensitization in allergy to dry fermented sausage.
It is common practice to add flavor-enhancing molds to traditional foods. Cases of allergy after ingestion of fermented food in patients sensitized to molds have been described occasionally. A report on 3 girls aged 15 years, 16 years, and 4 years (P1, P2, and P3, respectively) with a history of labial angioedema and oropharyngeal pruritus after eating a cured, dry Catalonian sausage of pork meat in a pork gut fermented with Penicillium chrysogenum blanc. P chrysogenum, also known as Penicillium notatum, is a widely distributed heterotrophic organism, since its characteristics allow it to live in multiple habitats. The symptoms of mold allergy usually affect the respiratory tract; however, as P chrysogenum is frequently a contaminant of foods, beverages, and drugs, patients can also be exposed via the oral route.

None of the patients presented any symptoms after ingestion of pork meat or spices. Patient 2 had also presented adverse reactions to mushrooms and cured cheese since childhood and had pruritus with a wheal and flare reaction when passing close to a charcuterie. Prick-by-prick tests with the sausage skin, sausage meat, and additives used during manufacture only showed a positive result to outer sausage skin and to spores of P chrysogenum blanc in the 3 patients. Commercial IgE against mold extracts were >0.35 kUA/L for all the molds tested in P1 and only for P chrysogenum in P2 and P3. Specific-IgE determinations against PCE was 0.36 kUA/L for P1 and P2 and 1.9 kUA/L for P3. An IgE-mediated mechanism was demonstrated in all 3 cases, but the IgE-reactivity bands were different in each. Patients with respiratory and digestive symptoms (P1 and P2) were sensitized to proteins of 55 and 18 kDa, while the patient with digestive symptoms (P3) was sensitized to an 18-kDa protein. SDS-PAGE showed protein bands ranging between 80 and 12 kDa. SDS-PAGE revealed IgE reactivity with proteins of 55 and 18 kDa for P1, proteins of 55, 21, and 18 kDa for P2, and an 18-kDa protein band for P3.

Different patterns of sensitization in allergy to dry fermented sausage.  
Gonzalez-de-Olano D, Gandolfo-Cano M, Gonzalez-Mancebo E, Melendez-Baltanas A, Juarez-Guerrero R, Bartolome B.
J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol 2012;22(2):152-153

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Allergy to red currant: immunoglobulin E-mediated hypersensitivity to lipid transport proteins (Pru p 3).
A 19-year-old woman with a history of urticaria-angioedema in childhood due to sunflower seeds and peanut consulted after developing malaise, palpebral and genital angioedema, erythema on her face and neck, systemic hives, pruritus, and dysphonia immediately after eating duck meat with red currant sauce. Total IgE was 138 kUA/L. Skin prick tests was positive for a range of allergens and prick-by-prick testing was positive to red currant and plum. Specific IgE levels (kUA/L) were: Artemisia vulgaris, 1.54; Chenopodium album, 0.38; Platanus acerifolia, 0.59; strawberry, 0.67; apple, 3.63; peach, 7.71; plum, 0.70; onion, 0.45; peanut, 1.13; chestnut, 1.24; walnut, 2.82; and pistachio, 0.38. Specific IgE to Pru p 3 was 17.03 kUA/L. IgE to red currant was positive by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. A single 14 kDa band was seen on immunoblot.

Allergy to red currant: immunoglobulin E-mediated hypersensitivity to lipid transport proteins (Pru p 3).  
Tomas M, varez-Perea A, Ledesma A, Baeza ML, de BM.
J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol 2012;22(2):140-141

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Accidental allergic reactions in children allergic to hen's egg.
This study sought to calculate the frequency of accidental exposure reactions in children allergic to hen’s egg during a 12-month period, to analyze the clinical characteristics and circumstances surrounding the reactions, and to identify risk factors for the most severe reactions. Ninety-two egg-allergic children were included in the study. Nineteen (21%) children had 24 reactions in the previous year (42% mild, 50% moderate, and 8% severe). Most reactions took place at home (50%) under routine circumstances (83%). Children with severe or moderate reactions had higher specific IgE levels to egg white.

Accidental allergic reactions in children allergic to hen's egg.  
Boyano-Martinez T, Pedrosa M, Quirce S, Garcia-Ara C.
J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol 2012;22(2):109-115

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Importance of prick test to hydrolysates in IgE-mediated allergy to cow's milk protein of the child
A study was carried out to evaluate the use of hydrolysate prick tests when IgE-mediated milk allergy is present. Twelve infants were assessed; average age four-months-old when symptoms first appeared, and aged nine months when seen for the first time at the hospital. For one child who showed no change on taking Nutramigen®, the hydrolysate formula was replaced with an amino-acid formula. Infants who showed positive results to the hydrolysate prick tests were prescribed another extensive protein hydrolysate formula. This study validates the guidelines which recommend that neither goat's milk nor sheep's milk should be used (positive results on eight of the 12 infants tested). Skin prick tests with hydrolysate formula in infants with IgE-mediated cow's milk allergy appear to have relevance in determing the choice of hydrolysate choice.

Intérêt des prick-tests aux hydrolysats dans l’allergie IgE-dépendante aux protéines du lait de vache de l’enfant / Importance of prick test to hydrolysates in IgE-mediated allergy to cow's milk protein of the child  
A. Pramil, F. Rancé
Rev Fr Allergol 2011;51(6):531-534

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Allergy to buffalo milk mozzarella. A case report of a 16 year old
A 16-year-old adolescent boy who experienced anaphylaxis (urticaria and angioedema) a few minutes after eating buffalo milk mozzarella. He was known to be allergic to goat and sheep milk but not to cow's milk, and was able to eat cow's milk mozzarella. Diagnosis was confirmed by skin and labial tests with the suspected mozzarella. The authors offer two hypotheses: the role of a casein common to goat, sheep and buffalo milk but not present in cow milk; a chance association in a polysensitized adolescent.

Allergie à la mozzarella au lait de bufflonne. À propos d’une observation chez un adolescent de 16 ans / Allergy to buffalo milk mozzarella. A case report of a 16 year old  
M. Pétrus, M. Rayssac, G. Cossarizza, J. Lasserre, G. Dutau
Rev Fr Allergol 2011;51(6):548-552

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A new diagnostic test in intolerance to a hip replacement
"The patch tests are often disappointing to investigate the dermatosis of intolerance to the metallic implants. The authors report a case of contact dermatitis due to metallic prosthesis of the hip. The diagnosis was based on a local eczematous reaction caused by the same hip prosthesis used, which was applied on the arm for 72 hours, whereas the patch tests to metals were negative."

Un nouveau test diagnostique dans l’intolérance à une prothèse de hanche / A new diagnostic test in intolerance to a hip replacement  
I. Jennesseaux, J. Lefevre, D. Carré, W. Basille, P. Joly, P. Bravard, M. Drouet
Rev Fr Allergol 2011;51(7):633-635

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Changing spectrum of allergy to lipid transfer proteins by anti-inflammatory drugs
Pru p3, a lipid transfer protein (LTP) is one of peach major allergens. A 38 year-old woman with a history of isolated peach allergy since childhood (contact urticaria), tolerated ingestion of peeled peach and other rosaceae fruit. She occasionally took non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) for migraine. She presented with anaphylactic symptoms three hours after nectarine consumption having taken ketoprofen before a meal. Skin prick tests were positive for peach, nectarine, plum and cherry. Specific IgE to Pru p3 was positive and negative for other peach allergens. Challenge test with nectarine and separately for NSAID were negative. The authors hypothesize that intake of NSAID before ingesting fruit may have increased the level of LTP allergen in the serum, leading to clinical effects. A similar mechanism has already been described in food anaphylaxis due to wheat with prior NSAID intake.

Modification du spectre de l’allergie aux protéines de transfert lipidique par les anti-inflammatoires non-stéroïdiens / Changing spectrum of allergy to lipid transfer proteins by anti-inflammatory drugs  
T. Lamon, C. Mailhol, A. Didier
Rev Fr Allergol 2011;51(7):640-641

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Positive skin test to pegylated drug in a patient with anaphylaxis to polyethylene glycol
A case of a woman who presented with anaphylaxis to polyethylene glycol (PEG) associated with positive skin tests to a pegylated drug. The authors suggest that this is the first case reported, which suggests a potential allergy to pegylated drugs in patients with anaphylaxis to PEG. With the increasing use of pegylated drugs, physicians and patients should be informed of this potential allergy because drug databases do not always clearly indicate that pegylated drugs contain PEG.

Positive skin test to pegylated drug in a patient with anaphylaxis to polyethylene glycol  
L. Guilleminault, E. Rigal, P. Carré, C. Hoarau
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(1):45-47

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Introduction of small amounts of cow's milk in persistent cow's milk allergy
"In children with persistent IgE mediated cow's milk allergy (CMA), it is possible to introduce small amounts of raw or cooked cow milk (CM), depending on the tolerated dose. With this introduction, quality of life is greatly improved. It is also possible that this helps to increase the level of reactivity to CM. We offer an array of products preferred by the child, which contain small amounts of cooked CM. These products are used for provocation tests, they are also advised to maintain and even improve the threshold of tolerance. For children who respond to high doses of CM, we propose a list of products, indicating for each the amount of CM."

Introduction des petites quantités de lait de vache chez les allergiques persistants / Introduction of small amounts of cow's milk in persistent cow's milk allergy  
E. Bidat, C. Feuillet Dassonval, C. Tressol
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(1):48-51

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Prescribe when and how to interpret the measurement of molecular allergens in food allergy?
"Natural molecular allergens (present in extracts and purified from allergenic source materials) or recombinant allergens (produced by genetic engineering) are used more and more frequently in the diagnosis of food allergy. If diagnosis is still mainly clinically-based, additional tests are often necessary: prick tests with an extract or with raw food, and assays for IgE antibodies specific for the allergen source and for molecular allergens. The latter are not available for all foods and for many allergenic components of the same foods. They are a valuable aid for the differentiation of food allergy from a simple sensitization, for evaluation of the severity and the risk of persistence of the allergy, and for deciding whether or not to do an oral allergen challenge test. They are especially useful for cow's milk, peanut, hen's egg, wheat, shellfish and fish allergies."

Quand prescrire et comment interpréter le dosage des allergènes moléculaires en allergie alimentaire ? / Prescribe when and how to interpret the measurement of molecular allergens in food allergy?  
A. Chabbert-Broué, A. Juchet
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):234-236

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Allergy to rodents
Rodents and other small domestic and laboratory animals have a high sensitizing potential. For certain rodents, ten or more allergens have been identified. The molecular weight of these allergens ranges from 8 kDa to more than 80 kDa. Lipocalins, weighing about 20 kDa, are major rodent allergens. The proteinic and DNA aspects of four lipocalins (guinea pig Cav p 2 and Cav p3, mouse Mus m1 and rat Rat n 1) have now been characterized. Lipocalins are secreted by the salivary glands and by the ocular Harderian gland; mouse and rat urinary lipocalins, produced in the liver, are secreted in the urine. Serum albumins, characterized by a molecular weight of 67 kDa and a tendency to participate in IgE-mediated cross-reactions, are recognized by the serum of 20 to 30% of patients.

Allergie aux rongeurs / Allergy to rodents  
Hentges F.
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):242-245

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Identification of a ß-lactoglobulin as a major allergen of anaphylaxis in buffalo milk
A ß-lactoglobulin has been identified as a major allergen of anaphylaxis in buffalo milk.

Identification d’une ß-lactoglobuline comme allergène majeur d’un cas d’anaphylaxie au lait de bufflonne / Identification of a ß-lactoglobulin as a major allergen of anaphylaxis in buffalo milk [Poster]  
Borges JP, F. Colin, C. Gironde, M. Rayssac, M. Petrus, P. Rougé, A. Barre
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):251

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Occupational rhinitis caused by rice flour in a pizzeria worker.
A 36-year-old woman who had been working for two years in a pizzeria kneading pizza dough reported immediate rhinoconjunctivitis while manipulating pizza dough during the past six months. She attributed typical rhinoconjunctival symptoms due to a special flour (‘‘oak semolina’’ (contains rice flour)) poured in the location where pizza dough was blended. SPT was positive for a number of allergens, including rye and rice flour. Skin prick-by-prick resulted positive

against rice powder flour and negative against wheat flour. sIgE was raised for a number of allergens and for rice flour: 0.88 kU/L. She did not complain about experiencing symptoms after eating boiled rice or the ingestion of prepared food. A challenge was conducted. After 5 min of handling rice flour, our patient suffered from intense sneezing, rhinorrhoea and itchy eyes. Fifteen minutes later an anterior rhinomanometry was fulfilled which measured severe obstruction of both nostrils.

Occupational rhinitis caused by rice flour in a pizzeria worker.  
ntolin-Amerigo D, Rodriguez-Rodriguez M, Barbarroja EJ, Perez Bustamante MS, Jimeno NL, Guerrero Rios JA, Mohedano-Vicente E, varez-Mon M.
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Detection of Phl p 1, Phl p 5, Phl p 7 and Phl p 12 specific IgE antibodies in the sera of children and adult patients allergic to Phleum pollen.
The knowledge of particular molecules responsible for hypersensitivity is of crucial importance for better understanding of individual differences among single allergic subjects and allergic populations living in various world-areas. Specific-IgE-antibodies against Phl p 1, Phl p 5, Phl p 7, Phl p 12 from Timothy grass were detected in a group of 130 Phleum-allergic-subjects (82 children, 48 adults). Phl p 1 antibodies were detected in most pediatric and adult patients, however, the children were associated with higher RAST classes more often. Anti-Phl p 5-antibodies were found more frequently in adults. An increase was observed in the number of pediatric patients reacting to Phl p 7 and Phl p 12. There were no differences in concentrations of specific-IgE against Phl p 5, Phl p 7 and Phl p 12 depending on age. Almost 10% of allergic children produced antibodies directed exclusively against minor allergens or did not produce specific-IgE-antibodies against tested molecules. Part of the patients reacted to profilin and calcium-binding protein originating from only one source (Phl p 12/Bet v 2 and Phl p 7/Bet v 4). Therefore antibodies against Phl p 1 and Phl p 5 can be used as a marker of allergy to grasses in adult patients. Children reacted exclusively to minor allergens more frequently than adults. Prolonged allergen exposure is evidently necessary to induce sensitization to Phl p 5. A high level of homology between profilins and calcium-binding proteins enables only one allergen to be used for diagnostic purposes but a possibility of a reaction to species-bound epitopes should be taken into account.

Detection of Phl p 1, Phl p 5, Phl p 7 and Phl p 12 specific IgE antibodies in the sera of children and adult patients allergic to Phleum pollen.  
Sekerkova A, Polackova M, Striz I.
Allergol Int 2012 Apr 25;0(0):

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Alkali-treated penicillin G solution is a better option than penicillin G as an alternative source of minor determinants for penicillin skin test.
This study shows that alkali-treated penicillin G is a better option than penicillin G as an alternative source of MDM for skin testing in case the commercialized MDM is not available. Minor determinants play a significant role for penicillin allergy in Thailand and should be included in the penicillin skin test panel to verify suspected cases of penicillin allergy.

Alkali-treated penicillin G solution is a better option than penicillin G as an alternative source of minor determinants for penicillin skin test.  
Wangrattanasopon P, Ruxrungtham K, Chantaphakul H, Buranapraditkun S, Klaewsongkram J.
Allergy Asthma Proc 2012 Mar;33(2):152-159

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Occupational asthma caused by inhalation of bovine serum albumin powder.
Bovine serum albumin (BSA), present in bovine plasma, is one of the major allergens affecting patients with food allergies induced by milk and meat. It is also commonly used in research laboratories. This study reports a case of occupational asthma and rhinitis in a laboratory worker caused by the inhalation of BSA powder.

Occupational asthma caused by inhalation of bovine serum albumin powder.  
Choi GS, Kim JH, Lee HN, Sung JM, Lee JW, Park HS.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2009 Oct;1(1):45-47

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A case of anaphylaxis after the ingestion of yacon.
Yacon (Smallanthus sonchifolius) is a plant native to the Andes region, where its root is cultivated and consumed mainly as food. Unlike most edible roots, yacon contains large amounts of ructooligosaccharides. Traditionally, yacon tubers have been used as a source of natural sweetener and syrup for people suffering from various disorders. This study reports on a 55-year-old woman who developed syncope and generalized urticaria after ingesting yacon roots. The patient had positive skin prick and intradermal tests to yacon extract. An open food challenge test was performed to confirm food anaphylaxis and was positive 10 minutes after the consumption of yacon roots. To the authors knowledge, this is the first reported case of anaphylaxis after the ingestion of yacon roots.

A case of anaphylaxis after the ingestion of yacon.  
Yun EY, Kim HS, Kim YE, Kang MK, Ma JE, Lee GD, Cho YJ, Kim HC, Lee JD, Hwang YS, Jeong YY.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2010 Apr;2(2):149-152

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Smoking-induced acute eosinophilic pneumonia in a 15-year-old girl: a case report.
A 15-year-old girl diagnosed with smoking-induced acute eosinophilic pneumonia. A previously healthy young girl with a 1-day history of fever presented with cough, dyspnea, and diffuse bilateral infiltrates on chest X-ray. She had started smoking only 3 weeks before presentation.

Smoking-induced acute eosinophilic pneumonia in a 15-year-old girl: a case report.  
Youn JS, Kwon JW, Kim BJ, Hong SJ.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2010 Apr;2(2):144-148

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A fatal case of intravascular coagulation after bee sting acupuncture.
Bee stings can cause severe adverse reactions, leading to anaphylaxis, cardiovascular collapse, and death. In some cases, bee venom also induces disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC). However, to our knowledge, there has been no fatal case of intravascular coagulation accompanied by anaphylaxis caused by bee sting acupuncture. The authors report a fatal case of a 65-year-old woman with DIC, following anaphylactic shock after bee sting acupuncture.

A fatal case of intravascular coagulation after bee sting acupuncture.  
Jung JW, Jeon EJ, Kim JW, Choi JC, Shin JW, Kim JY, Park IW, Choi BW.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2012 Mar;4(2):107-109

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Acute urticaria induced by oral methylprednisolone.
A 52-year-old-female with acute urticaria caused by oral methylprednisolone. The patient had experienced aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease (AERD) for 13 years with frequent asthma exacerbations. Symptoms of asthma exacerbations improved with short-term treatments of systemic steroids, including methylprednisolone or deflazacort, which had been well tolerated. However, the current admission was prompted by the development of acute generalized urticaria following the oral ingestion of methylprednisolone (8 mg) for relief of symptoms. An oral provocation test with 4 mg oral methylprednisolone led to generalized urticaria 20 minutes later, confirming the causal association.

Acute urticaria induced by oral methylprednisolone.  
Jang EJ, Jin HJ, Nam YH, Kim JH, Ye YM, Park HS.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2011 Oct;3(4):277-279

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A case of occupational rhinitis caused by rice powder in the grain industry.
A 31-year-old male with work-related rhinitis and conjunctivitis symptoms caused by occupational exposure to rice powder in the grain industry. He showed positive responses to rice extracts on a skin prick test, and a high level of serum specific IgE to rice was detected by ELISA. Occupational rhinitis was confirmed by a nasal provocation test with rice extracts. An IgE ELISA inhibition test showed cross-creativity between rice and various grass pollen extracts. These findings suggest that the inhalation of rice powder can induce IgE-mediated occupational rhino-conjunctivitis, which may be derived from cross-reactivity to major grass pollens.

A case of occupational rhinitis caused by rice powder in the grain industry.  
Kim JH, Kim JE, Choi GS, Hwang EK, An S, Ye YM, Park HS.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2010 Apr;2(2):141-143

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Correlation of anti-Pru p 3 IgE levels with severity of peach allergy reactions in children.
The roles played by different peach allergens with respect to symptom severity are not completely understood. This study evaluated the role of serum specific IgE to peach and recombinant allergens in the diagnosis of peach allergies in forty-four Italian children with peach allergy confirmed by a placebo-controlled food challenge. Two groups based on their symptom severity were recruited: patients with mild oral allergy syndrome (OAS) and patients with systemic symptoms (SS). The presence of specific IgE to peach and rPru p 1, rPru p 3, and rPru p 4 was determined. Specific IgE to Pru p 4 and Pru p 1 was found significantly more frequently in patients with OAS, whereas specific IgE to Pru p 3 was not found significantly more frequently in patients with SS. Only anti-rPru p 4 IgE levels were significantly higher in patients with OAS, whereas no significant differences were found in anti-rPru p 1 and anti-rPru p 3 IgE levels between patients with OAS compared with patients with SS. Therefore in Italian children with peach allergies, the presence of specific IgE to Pru p 3 is not associated with SS, and the levels of specific IgE to Pru p 3 do not correlate with the severity of the reactions. (Novembre 2012 ref.27643 2)

Correlation of anti-Pru p 3 IgE levels with severity of peach allergy reactions in children.  
Novembre E, Mori F, Contestabile S, Rossi ME, Pucci N.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2012 Apr;108(4):271-274

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Sensitization to Per a 2 of the American cockroach correlates with more clinical severity among airway allergic patients in Taiwan.
In Taiwan, 57.5% of asthmatic patients are allergic to cockroaches. This stdy determined whether sensitization to different cockroach allergenic components correlates with different clinical manifestations and severities. Sixty-four subjects were divided into 3 groups based on the clinical severity of their allergic reaction: those with persistent asthma and rhinitis (AS), those with allergic rhinitis only (AR), and the nonallergic controls (NA). Serum levels of IL-8, MCP-1, and CCL-20 were significantly higher in the AS group than in the AR and NA groups. The numbers of IgE-binding allergens did not correlate with the clinical severity of airway allergy to cockroaches. However, 81% in the AS group had IgE-binding activity to Per a 2, which was significantly higher than that of the AR group (45%, P < .05). In contrast, 80% of AR patients had IgE-binding activity to Per a 9 compared with only 28.5% of AS patients (P < .01).

Sensitization to Per a 2 of the American cockroach correlates with more clinical severity among airway allergic patients in Taiwan.  
Lee MF, Song PP, Hwang GY, Lin SJ, Chen YH.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2012 Apr;108(4):243-248

Index

Allergen-, Food allergy-, Intolerance-related articles

Molecular characterization of wheat allergens specifically recognized by patients suffering from wheat-induced respiratory allergy.  
Pahr S, Constantin C, Mari A, Scheiblhofer S, Thalhamer J, Ebner C, Vrtala S, Mittermann I, Valenta R.
Clin Exp Allergy 2012 Apr;42(4):597-609
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Anaphylaxis and reactions to foods in children--a population-based case study of emergency department visits.  
Vetander M, Helander D, Flodstrom C, Ostblom E, Alfven T, Ly DH, Hedlin G, Lilja G, Nilsson C, Wickman M.
Clin Exp Allergy 2012 Apr;42(4):568-577
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Anaphylaxis in Spain: where are the bees and other observations.  
Simon MR, Mulla ZD, Lin RY.
Clin Exp Allergy 2012 Apr;42(4):490-493

A case of allergic contact dermatitis caused by fructo oligosaccharide.  
Vigan M.
Contact Dermatitis 2012 Feb;66(2):111-112

Investigating contact allergy to CS spray.  
Bhargava K, Banerjee P, White IR.
Contact Dermatitis 2012 Feb;66(2):109-110

Dermal uptake study with 4,4'-diphenylmethane diisocyanate led to active sensitization.  
Hamada H, Isaksson M, Bruze M, Engfeldt M, Liljelind I, Axelsson S, Jonsson B, Tinnerberg H, Zimerson E.
Contact Dermatitis 2012 Feb;66(2):101-105
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Analysis of patch test referrals: influence of appropriateness of referrals on sensitization rate.  
Corazza M, Borghi A, Mantovani L, Virgili A.
Contact Dermatitis 2012 Feb;66(2):95-100
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Metal allergy and second-generation metal-on-metal arthroplasties.  
Cousen PJ, Gawkrodger DJ.
Contact Dermatitis 2012 Feb;66(2):55-62
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Food allergy guidelines and assessing allergic reaction risks: a regulatory perspective.  
Luccioli S.
Curr Opin Allergy Clin Immunol 2012 Apr 12;
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Nonallergen-specific treatments for food allergy.  
Lieberman JA, Wang J.
Curr Opin Allergy Clin Immunol 2012 Apr 3;
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Sensitizing and th2 adjuvant activity of cysteine protease allergens.  
Cunningham PT, Elliot CE, Lenzo JC, Jarnicki AG, Larcombe AN, Zosky GR, Holt PG, Thomas WR.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2012 Apr 3;158(4):347-358
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In vivo evidence of cross-reactivity between cow's milk and soybean proteins in a mouse model of food allergy.  
Smaldini P, Curciarello R, Candreva A, Rey MA, Fossati CA, Petruccelli S, Docena GH.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2012 Apr 3;158(4):335-346
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Clinical outcome in the use of cephalosporins in pediatric patients with a history of penicillin allergy.  
Ahmed KA, Fox SJ, Frigas E, Park MA.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2012 Apr 5;158(4):405-410
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Grass pollen counts, air pollution levels and allergic rhinitis severity.  
Annesi-Maesano I, Rouve S, Desqueyroux H, Jankovski R, Klossek JM, Thibaudon M, Demoly P, Didier A.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2012 Apr 4;158(4):397-404
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T Cell Epitopes of the Timothy Grass Pollen Allergen Phl p 5 of Mice and Men and the Detection of Allergen-Specific T Cells Using Class II Ultimers.  
Stoecklinger A, Scheiblhofer S, Roesler E, Lang A, Fastner G, Sedlmayer F, Lang R, Danzer M, Thalhamer J, Weiss R.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2012 Apr 3;158(4):326-334
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Amish children living in Northern Indiana have a very low prevalence of allergic sensitization.  
Holbreich M, Genuneit J, Weber J, Braun-Fahrlaender C, Waser M, von ME.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2012 Apr 16;

Relationship between red meat allergy and sensitization to gelatin and galactose-alpha-1,3-galactose.  
Mullins RJ, James H, Platts-Mills TA, Commins S.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2012 Apr 3;
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Is cat-keeping the main determinant of new-onset adulthood cat sensitization?  
Liccardi G, Salzillo A, Cecchi L, D'Amato M, D'Amato G.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2012 Apr 10;

Nonimmediate drug allergy: Diagnostic benefit of skin testing and practical approach.  
Schnyder B, Pichler WJ.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2012 Apr;129(4):1170-1171

Prevalence of sensitization to Blomia tropicalis among young adults in a temperate climate.  
Julia-Serda G, Cabrera-Navarro P, costa-Fernandez O, Martin-Perez P, Garcia-Bello MA, nto-Boque J.
J Asthma 2012 Apr 10;
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Specific oral tolerance induction (SOTI) to egg: our experience with 19 children.  
Tortajada-Girbes M, Porcar-Almela M, Martorell-Gimenez L, Tallon-Guerola M, Gracia-Antequera M, Codoner-Franch P.
J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol 2012;22(1):75-77

Azathioprine-induced Sweet's syndrome.  
Flores M, Lopez-Saez MP, Brugaletta M, Acosta RG, Lopez JD, Pagan Aleman JA.
J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol 2012;22(1):66-67

Glatiramer acetate anaphylaxis: detection of antibodies and basophil activation test.  
Soriano G, Perez SA, Gonzalez DP, Sempere JM, Niveiro HE, Marco FM.
J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol 2012;22(1):65-66

Diagnosis of patients with immediate hypersensitivity to beta-lactams using retest.  
Garcia N, Barasona Villarejo MJ, gaba Marmol MA, Moreno AC, Guerra PF.
J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol 2012;22(1):41-47
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Diagnostic utility of components in allergy to Anisakis simplex.  
Gamboa PM, Asturias J, Martinez R, Antepara I, Jauregui I, Urrutia I, Fernandez J, Sanz ML.
J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol 2012;22(1):13-19
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Different patterns of sensitization in allergy to dry fermented sausage.  
Gonzalez-de-Olano D, Gandolfo-Cano M, Gonzalez-Mancebo E, Melendez-Baltanas A, Juarez-Guerrero R, Bartolome B.
J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol 2012;22(2):152-153

Threshold doses in specific oral tolerance induction in children with egg allergy.  
Letran A, Espinazo M, Lopez MC, Caro FJ, Gomez L, Lobaton P, Dafonte J, Moreno F.
J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol 2012;22(2):147-149

Occupational allergic contact urticaria to crustacean in a cook.  
Pala G, Pignatti P, Perfetti L, Gentile E, Moscato G.
J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol 2012;22(2):142-143

Allergy to red currant: immunoglobulin E-mediated hypersensitivity to lipid transport proteins (Pru p 3).  
Tomas M, varez-Perea A, Ledesma A, Baeza ML, de BM.
J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol 2012;22(2):140-141

Accidental allergic reactions in children allergic to hen's egg.  
Boyano-Martinez T, Pedrosa M, Quirce S, Garcia-Ara C.
J Investig Allergol Clin Immunol 2012;22(2):109-115
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A neonate with acute swelling of hands and feet. [Dutch]  
de Boer FA, Rake JP.
Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd 2012;156(11):A2782
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The diet factor in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.  
Millichap JG, Yee MM.
Pediatrics 2012 Feb;129(2):330-337
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Skin tests for diagnostics of allergic immediate-type reactions. Guideline of the German Society for Allergology and Clinical Immunology. [German]  
Rueff F, Bergmann KC, Brockow K, Fuchs T, Grubl A, Jung K, Klimek L, Musken H, Pfaar O, Przybilla B, Sitter H, Wehrmann W.
Pneumologie 2011 Aug;65(8):484-495
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Intérêt des prick-tests aux hydrolysats dans l’allergie IgE-dépendante aux protéines du lait de vache de l’enfant / Importance of prick test to hydrolysates in IgE-mediated allergy to cow's milk protein of the child  
A. Pramil, F. Rancé
Rev Fr Allergol 2011;51(6):531-534
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Allergie aux stupéfiants / Allergy to drugs  
A. Anselme, C. Metz-Favre, F. de Blay
Rev Fr Allergol 2011;51(6):548-552
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Allergie à la mozzarella au lait de bufflonne. À propos d’une observation chez un adolescent de 16 ans / Allergy to buffalo milk mozzarella. A case report of a 16 year old  
M. Pétrus, M. Rayssac, G. Cossarizza, J. Lasserre, G. Dutau
Rev Fr Allergol 2011;51(6):548-552
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Évaluation de l’allergénicité de la serpin de blé grâce à une cohorte de patients / Assessment of the allergenicity of wheat serpin with a cohort of patients. [Poster]  
Mameri H, J.C. Gaudin, M. Piétri, F. Pineau, O. Tranquet, C. Larré, S. Triballeau, L. Lavenant, M. Drouet, E. Paty, A.M. Jonathan, D.A. Moneret-Vautrin, P. Briozzo, S. Denery-Papini
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):255-256
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Détection d’allergènes de moyenne et faible abondance dans le pollen de cyprès / Detection of allergens medium and low abundance in the cypress pollen. [Poster]  
Shahali Y, J.P. Sutra, E. Fasoli, A. D’amato, P.G. Righetti, E. Boschetti, H. Sénéchal, P. Poncet
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):255-256
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Patch Test results at King-Fahd Hospital of the University, Eastern Saudi Arabia  
M. Alakloby
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):256-257
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Les prick-tests : à propos de 350 cas / Prick tests: about 350 cases  
K. Berri, J. Benamor, K. Marc, M. Soualhi, R. Zahraoui, J.E. Bourkadi, G. Iraqi
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):256-257
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Prévalence de la sensibilisation à la blatte chez les patients allergiques respiratoires sévères à l’île de La Réunion / Prevalence of cockroach sensitization in allergic patients with severe respiratory Reunion Island  
B. Omarjee, B. Tanguy, Z. Rida
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):257
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Profil de sensibilisation moléculaire de patients allergiques au céleri / Molecular profile of patients allergic to celery. [Poster]  
Guyon C, A. Frappaz, L. Garnier, A. Seydou, F. Bérard, J. Bienvenu, F. Bienvenu
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):257
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Étude immunologique d’un cas d’allergie au café vert / Immunological study of a case of allergy to green coffee. [Poster]  
Doyen V, V. Leduc, K. Lièvre, M. Mairesse, C. Ledent, F. Corazza, O. Michel
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):258
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Implication de l’héxamérine dans un cas d’allergie aux larves de mouches / Involvement of Héxamérine in a case of allergy to fly larvae. [Poster]  
Just N, K. Lièvre, K. Lallemand, V. Leduc
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):258
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Les pollinoses à Casablanca / Pollinosis in Casablanca  
W. Elkhattabi, A. Aichane, H. Jabri, R. Bopaka, N. Saifaoui, H. Afif, Z. Bouayad
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):258
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Sensibilisation cutanée au cyprès à Casablanca / Skin sensitization to cypress in Casablanca  
W. Elkhattabi, A. Aichane, H. Jabri, N. Souki, H. Afif, Z. Bouayad
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):258-259
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Sensibilisation cutanée aux 5 graminées à Casablanca / Skin sensitization to 5 grasses in Casablanca  
W. Elkhattabi, A. Aichane, H. Jabri, H. Zaouri, H. Afif, Z. Bouayad
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):259
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Allergie croisée latex-sarrasin / Crossreactivity between latex and buckwheat allergy. [Poster]  
Doyen V, V. Leduc, K. Lièvre, F. De Their, C. Ledent, M. Mairesse, O. Michel
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):259
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Standardization of olive pollen extract: a study of the profile and awareness of relationship between allergenic activity and major allergen Ole e 1. [French] [poster]  
Leduc V, C. Aparicio, O. Hugny, Z. Boushaki, H. Chabane
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):259-260
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Allergologie moléculaire en pratique : cas d’une patiente polysensibilisée présentant plusieurs allergies respiratoires et alimentaires / Molecular Allergy in Practice: case of a patient with multiple polysensitisation respiratory allergies and food  
J. Dakhil
Rev Fr Allergol 2011;51(6):556-559
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Moisissures, orages et asthme / Molds, thunderstorms and asthma  
M. Thibaudon, A. Poirot, F. de Blay
Rev Fr Allergol 2011;51(6):560-563
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Fluctuations des taux de polluants atmosphériques et symptômes respiratoires en population générale / Fluctuations in air pollution and respiratory symptoms in general population  
I. Simon, D. Charpin
Rev Fr Allergol 2011;51(6):564-575
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Erreurs et défaillances dans la prise en charge de l’anaphylaxie chez l’enfant. À propos de trois observations / Errors and failures in the management of anaphylaxis in children. About three observations  
E. Bidat, G. Dutau
Rev Fr Allergol 2011;51(7):602-606
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Acariens de stockage et acariens pyroglyphides : ressemblances, différences et conséquences pratiques / Mites and storage mites pyroglyphid: similarities, differences and practical consequences  
J.-C. Bessot, C. Metz-Favre, F. de Blay, G. Pauli
Rev Fr Allergol 2011;51(7):607-621
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Allergies au pollen, pollution et climat : revue de la littérature / Allergies to pollen, pollution and climate: literature review  
M. Laaidi, T. Chinet, P. Aegerter
Rev Fr Allergol 2011;51(7):622-628
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Un nouveau test diagnostique dans l’intolérance à une prothèse de hanche / A new diagnostic test in intolerance to a hip replacement  
I. Jennesseaux, J. Lefevre, D. Carré, W. Basille, P. Joly, P. Bravard, M. Drouet
Rev Fr Allergol 2011;51(7):633-635
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Dermatite atopique et urticaire avec allergie précoce au cheval chez un nourrisson : ne pas oublier d’interroger les parents ! / Atopic dermatitis and urticaria with allergic to horses early in an infant: do not forget to question the parents!  
M. Pétrus, G. Dutau, F. Tranchard
Rev Fr Allergol 2011;51(7):636-639
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Modification du spectre de l’allergie aux protéines de transfert lipidique par les anti-inflammatoires non-stéroïdiens / Changing spectrum of allergy to lipid transfer proteins by anti-inflammatory drugs  
T. Lamon, C. Mailhol, A. Didier
Rev Fr Allergol 2011;51(7):640-641
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L’asthme professionnel dans un pays africain sub-saharien : le Sénégal / Occupational asthma in a sub-Saharan African countries: Senegal  
M. Ndiaye, J. Ameille, M.-L. Sow
Rev Fr Allergol 2011;51(8):669-674
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Syndrome d’entérocolite induit par les protéines alimentaires : nouvelle observation et revue de la littérature / Enterocolitis syndrome induced by food proteins: new case report and literature review  
É. Bidat, M. Chaabane, B. Chevallier, G. Dutau
Rev Fr Allergol 2011;51(8):701-705
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Réactions d’hypersensibilité allergique et non allergique aux médicaments et substances biologiques. Partie 2 : divers / Hypersensitivity allergic and non allergic to drugs and biological substances. Part 2: various  

Rev Fr Allergol 2011;51(8):706-717
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Œdème oculaire avec conjonctivite intense et érythème diffus après contact avec la farine de maïs / Eye swelling with diffuse erythema and intense conjunctivitis after contact with cornmeal  
M. Pétrus, G. Dutau, F. Tranchard, H. Bouchet, J. Tastet, A. Torregrossa
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(1):42-44
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Positive skin test to pegylated drug in a patient with anaphylaxis to polyethylene glycol  
L. Guilleminault, E. Rigal, P. Carré, C. Hoarau
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(1):45-47
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Introduction des petites quantités de lait de vache chez les allergiques persistants / Introduction of small amounts of cow's milk in persistent cow's milk allergy  
E. Bidat, C. Feuillet Dassonval, C. Tressol
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(1):48-51
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Anaphylaxie à Argas reflexus : pathologie urbaine et nocturne ? / Anaphylaxis Argas reflexus: urban pathology and night?  
M. Mairesse, V. Doyen, O. Michel, C. Ledent
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(1):52
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The presence of fraud in cow's milk cheese from goat and sheep presents a risk for subjects allergic to cow's milk: preliminary assessment [French]  
D.-A. Moneret-Vautrin, J.-M. Renaudin, P. Sergeant, M. Morisset, L. Parisot, E. Beaudouin
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(2):81-85
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Mise en évidence d’une sensibilisation aux curares lors du diagnostic d’une allergie à la pholcodine / Demonstration of sensitization to neuromuscular blocking agents in the diagnosis of allergy to pholcodine  
M. Fourel, N. Diot, R. Dubost, L. Garnier, F. Bienvenu, V. Piriou, J. Bienvenu, P. Rouzaire
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(2):97-100
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Allergie à la bière : un nouvel allergène / Allergy to beer: a new allergen  
Mairesse M, C. Ledent, V. Doyen, O. Michel
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(2):101-102
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Aspergillose bronchopulmonaire allergique / Allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis  
I. Tillie-Leblond, O. le Rouzic, A. Cortot
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):134-137
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Les allergènes transformés : exemples des isolats de blé / Processed allergens: wheat isolates examples  
F. Codreanu-Morel
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):138-140
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Tryptase et mastocytose dans l’allergie aux venins d’hyménoptères / Tryptase and mastocytosis in Hymenoptera venom allergy  
M. Drouet
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):148-152
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Dermatite atopique et allergie alimentaire / Atopic dermatitis and food allergy  
P.A. Eigenmann
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):175-176
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Controverse : le TPO est indispensable au diagnostic de l’allergie aux médicaments / Controversy: the OPT is essential for the diagnosis of drug allergy  
M. Gouitaa
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):177-180
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Cofacteurs de la pollinose / Cofactors of pollinosis  
J. Vitte
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):189-193
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Allergie alimentaire de l’enfant et qualité de vie / Child's food allergy and quality of life  
J. Wassenberg, Y. Perrin
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):189-193
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News on allergic dermatitis among professional mechanics and mechanics-turners among millers and workers in the metalworking. [French]  
C. Géraut, L. Géraut, D. Tripodi
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):197-203
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Quand prescrire et comment interpréter le dosage des allergènes moléculaires en allergie alimentaire ? / Prescribe when and how to interpret the measurement of molecular allergens in food allergy?  
A. Chabbert-Broué, A. Juchet
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):234-236
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Allergie au chien et au cheval / Allergy dog and horse  
Guez S.
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):237-241
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Allergie aux rongeurs / Allergy to rodents  
Hentges F.
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):242-245
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Évaluation du statut allergologique à distance d’un test de provocation oral pour une allergie aux protéines de lait de vache : à propos de 41 cas / Assessing the status of a remote allergy oral challenge for protein allergy cow's milk: about 41 cases  
M. Doan, M.V. Vodoff-Oehler, G. Newinger, F. Rancé, F. De Blay
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):250
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Allergie au pignon de pin chez l’enfant / Pine nut allergy in children  
M. Moreigne, T. Bourrier
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):250
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Prise en charge des enfants allergiques aux protéines de lait de vache par une formule infantile à base d’hydrolysat de riz / Support for children with allergies to cow's milk by an infant formula based on hydrolyzed rice [Poster]  
S. Addou, A. Merzouk, A. Brahim Chérifa, D. Saidi, O. Khéroua
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):250-251
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Identification d’une ß-lactoglobuline comme allergène majeur d’un cas d’anaphylaxie au lait de bufflonne / Identification of a ß-lactoglobulin as a major allergen of anaphylaxis in buffalo milk [Poster]  
Borges JP, F. Colin, C. Gironde, M. Rayssac, M. Petrus, P. Rougé, A. Barre
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):251
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Anaphylaxie alimentaire induite par l’effort. Rôle de la LTP de l’armoise / Food anaphylaxis induced by exercise. Role of LTP of mugwort. [Poster]  
V. Doyen, C. Ledent, M. Mairesse, F. Corazza, O. Michel
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):251
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Déclarations d’anaphylaxie alimentaire en Belgique. Données du réseau Allergovigilance / Declarations of food anaphylaxis in Belgium. Allergy Vigilance Network Data. [Poster]  
V. Doyen, C. Nootens, X. Van Der Brempt, S. Mulier, F. Pirson, S. Luyasu, J.P. Sacré, V. Pekus, E. Schneider, N. Naeije, M. Fontaine, J.L. Grand, D. Moneret-Vautrin
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):251-252
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Exploration par le système ISAC des manifestations d’allergie alimentaire aux aliments végétaux chez l’adulte / Exploration of the ISAAC system manifestations of food allergy to plant foods in adults. [Poster]  
C. Mailhol, E. Montaigne, P.A. Apoil, A. Blancher, C. Schwartz, A. Didier
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):252
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Allergie à l’arachide : problématique de la prise en charge au Togo / Peanut allergy: the problem of management in Togo. [Poster]  
Douti NK, K. Kombaté, B. Balaka, M. Mbaïnassem, B. Bakondé, Y. Atakouma
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):252
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Anaphylaxie à la myrtille et allergie aux protéines de transfert lipidique (LTP) : à propos de 2 cas / Anaphylaxis to blueberry and allergy lipid transfer proteins (LTP): two case reports. [Poster]  
Renaudin JM.
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):253
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Anaphylaxie alimentaire à l’œuf de caille sans allergie à l’œuf de poule / Food anaphylaxis in quail egg without allergy to hen's egg. [Poster]  
Renaudin JM, C. Richard, S. Jacquenet
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):253
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Une allergie peu fréquente : l’allergie au café / A rare allergy: allergy to coffee. [Poster]  
Goin M, A. Hoppé, M. Drouet
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):253
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Allergie aux protéines du lait de vache et type d’allaitement pratiqué chez le nourrisson dans l’est algérien / Allergy to cow's milk protein and type of feeding practiced in infants in eastern Algeria. [Poster]  
H. Boughellout, M.N. Zidoune
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):253-254
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Allergie sévère au pignon de pin chez l’adulte avec réaction systémique au prick test / Severe allergy to pine nuts in adults with systemic reaction to skin prick test. [Poster]  
Bouvier MB, S.J.H. Halpern, J.L.B. Brunet, F.B. Berard
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):254
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L’allergie aux pollens de cyprès dans la région montpelliéraine / Cypress pollen allergy in the Montpellier area. [Poster]  
D. Caimmi, R. Raschetti, P. Pons, H. Dhivert-Donnadieu, P.J. Bousquet, J. Bousquet, P. Demoly
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):255
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Intérêts de la spectrométrie de masse pour l’analyse des allergènes / Interests of mass spectrometry for the analysis of allergens [Poster]  
E. Nony, J. Bouley, M. Le Mignon, S. Brier, F. Becher, F. Fenaille, H. Chabre, C. Berrouet, A. Lautrette, T. Batard, P. Moingeon
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):255-256
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Identification de pollens de graminées par immunoempreinte / Identification of grass pollen by immunoblot. [Poster]  
H. Chabre, N. Berjont, M.N. Couret, C. Berrouet, L. Mascarell, T. Batard, P. Moingeon
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):260
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Évaluation de dosages multiparamétriques pour la quantification d’allergènes / Evaluation of multiparameter assays for quantification of allergens  
M. Hrabina, A. Huet, J. Barberon, A. Plantin, C. Josson, E. Panier, C. Esteves, D. Faccenda, B. Gouyon, T. Batard, P. Moingeon
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):260
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Sensibilisation au blanc d’œuf chez les enfants à Maputo, Mozambique / Sensitization to egg white children in Maputo, Mozambique [Poster]  
Mavale-Manuel S.
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):260
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Analyse d’un questionnaire de suivi chez des personnes présentant une allergie aux acariens et utilisant des housses anti-acariens / Analysis of a follow-up questionnaire in people with an allergy to dust mites and using dust mite covers  
N. Boukhettala, S. Bourgeon, A. Porée, T. Porée
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):260-261
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La co-sensibilisation aux LTPs : un facteur discriminant chez des patients italiens et français allergiques au pollen de cyprès / The co-sensitization to LTPs: a discriminating factor in patients allergic to French and Italian cypress pollen  
Y. Shahali, P. Nicaise, D. Charpin, E. Scala, A. Mari, J.P. Sutra, H. Sénéchal, S. Chollet-Martin, P. Poncet
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):261
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La sensibilisation aux blattes chez les enfants asthmatiques d’une ville côtière de l’Ouest Algérien / Sensitization to cockroaches in asthmatic children in a coastal town in Western Algeria  
A. Radoui, L. Gurguer, M. Gribi
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):261
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Allergie au latex. Enquête auprès du personnel soignant de l’hôpital Ibn-Sina (CHIS de Rabat) / Latex allergy. Survey of nursing staff of the hospital Ibn Sina (CHIS Rabat)  
H. El Ouazzani, M. El Ftouh, L. Achachi, M.T. El Fassy Fihry
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):262
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Étude multicentrique européenne Stadoca : comparaison entre différents extraits commerciaux pour le diagnostic de l’asthme du boulanger / Stadoca European multicenter study: comparison of different commercial extracts for diagnosis of baker's asthma  
V. Van Kampen, F. De Blay, P. Kobierski, G. Moscato, M. Olivieri, S. Quirce, J. Sastre, A. Siracusa, J. Walusiak, R. Merget, M. Raulf-Heimsoth
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):262
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Skin reactions to medicines: pharmacovigilance should never relax: about 110 cases of cutaneous reactions observed from 1981 to 2011 at the Department of Dermatology CHU Tlemcen (Algeria). [French] [Poster]  
O. Boudghene Stambouli
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):263
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Une complication de l’eczéma de contact au chrome d’une prothèse de genou / A complication of allergic contact dermatitis to chromium a knee prosthesis. [Poster]  
I. Jennesseaux, P. Guiffault, D. Carré, W. Basille, P. Bravard
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):264
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Une urticaire chronique révélant un cystadénome mucineux hépatique / Chronic urticaria revealing a mucinous cystadenoma liver  
B. Guerrouj, F.Z. Lamchahab, S. Abil, M. Ait Ourhroui, K. Senouci, B. Hassam
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):264-265
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Allergie de contact au Tocophérol / Contact allergy to Tocopherol. [Poster]  
Bonneau JC.
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):265
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Infection urinaire révélée par une urticaire aiguë / UTI revealed by acute urticaria  
K. Kombate, N. Douti, B. Saka, S. Akakpo, B. Bakondé, P. Pitché, K. Tchangaï-Walla
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):265
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Œdème du visage au décours de soins dentaires : ce n’est pas que de l’allergie. À propos d’une observation / Swelling of the face at the waning of dental care: it is not that of the allergy. About an observation  
C. Rochefort-Morel, Y. Delaval, M.M. Lucas
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):265-266
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Moisissures et orages / Mold and storms  
M. Thibaudon, A. Poirot, J. Kleinpeter, P. Robellet, F. De Blay
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):268
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Risque allergique dans une unité de délavage des jeans. À propos de 8 cas / Allergic risk in a unit of fading jeans. About 8 cases.. [French] [Poster]  
A. Benzarti Mezni, A. Ben Jemaâ
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):268-269
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Pollinose aux Cupressacées et pollution anthropogénique / Cupressaceae pollinosis to anthropogenic pollution. [French] [Poster]  
Y. Shahali, G. Chassard, J.P. Sutra, A. Majd, P. Poncet, N. Visez, H. Sénéchal
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):269
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nOle e 1 : marqueur de l’allergie au frêne / nOle e 1 : a marker of allergy ash tree. [Poster]  
Mairesse M, V. Doyen, C. Ledent, F. Corazza, O. Michel
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):270
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Anticipation du risque allergo-pollinique : implantation d’un « jardin des pollens » en Nord – Pas de Calais / Anticipation of risk-allergo pollen: implementation of a "garden of pollen" in Nord - Pas de Calais. [French] [Poster]  
L. Davranche, C. Sauvage-Delebarre, C. Schadkowski, Y. Redlich, C. Delattre, J. Gibert, M. Thibaudon
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):270
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Asthme professionnel aux produits de pyrolyse des matières plastiques. À propos de 2 cas / Occupational asthma products of pyrolysis of plastics. About two cases. [French] [Poster]  
A. Benzarti Mezni, A. Ben Jemaâ
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):270-271
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Allergie au latex et aptitude au travail. À propos de 26 cas / Latex allergy and ability to work. About 26 cases. [French] [Poster]  
A. Benzarti Mezni, A. Ben Jemaâ
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):271
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Manifestations inhabituelles à une piqûre d’araignée / Unusual manifestations to a spider bite. [Poster]  
B. Guerrouj, F.-Z. Lamchahab, F. Chafiq, M. Ait Ourhroui, R. Soulaymani-Bencheikh, K. Senouci, B. Hassam
Rev Fr Allergol 2012;52(3):271-272
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Allergic contact dermatitis caused by a cell phone cover.  
Williams PJ, King C, Arslanian V.
Australas J Dermatol 2012 Feb;53(1):76-77
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Different in vivo reactivity profile in health care workers and patients with spina bifida to internal and external latex glove surface-derived allergen extracts.  
Peixinho CM, Tavares-Ratado P, Gabriel MF, Romeira AM, Lozoya-Ibanez C, Taborda-Barata L, Tomaz CT.
Br J Dermatol 2012 Mar;166(3):518-524
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Pitfalls of patch testing with dental materials.  
Schuster C, Mofarrah R, Aberer W, Kranke B.
Br J Dermatol 2012 Mar;166(3):674-675

Adverse effects during specific oral tolerance induction: in-hospital 'rush' phase.  
Barbi E, Longo G, Berti I, Neri E, Saccari A, Rubert L, Matarazzo L, Montico M, Ventura A.
Eur Ann Allergy Clin Immunol 2012 Feb;44(1):18-25
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Occupational rhinitis caused by rice flour in a pizzeria worker.  
ntolin-Amerigo D, Rodriguez-Rodriguez M, Barbarroja EJ, Perez Bustamante MS, Jimeno NL, Guerrero Rios JA, Mohedano-Vicente E, varez-Mon M.
Allergol Immunopathol (Madr ) 2012 Apr 11;

Detection of Phl p 1, Phl p 5, Phl p 7 and Phl p 12 specific IgE antibodies in the sera of children and adult patients allergic to Phleum pollen.  
Sekerkova A, Polackova M, Striz I.
Allergol Int 2012 Apr 25;0(0):
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Characterization of the dog lipocalin allergen Can f 6: the role in cross-reactivity with cat and horse.  
Nilsson OB, Binnmyr J, Zoltowska A, Saarne T, van HM, Gronlund H.
Allergy 2012 Apr 20;
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Component-resolved in vitro diagnosis of carrot allergy in three different regions of Europe.  
Ballmer-Weber BK, Skamstrup HK, Sastre J, Andersson K, Batscher I, Ostling J, Dahl L, Hanschmann KM, Holzhauser T, Poulsen LK, Lidholm J, Vieths S.
Allergy 2012 Apr 10;
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Alkali-treated penicillin G solution is a better option than penicillin G as an alternative source of minor determinants for penicillin skin test.  
Wangrattanasopon P, Ruxrungtham K, Chantaphakul H, Buranapraditkun S, Klaewsongkram J.
Allergy Asthma Proc 2012 Mar;33(2):152-159
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Physician approaches to beta-lactam use in patients with penicillin hypersensitivity.  
Prematta T, Shah S, Ishmael FT.
Allergy Asthma Proc 2012 Mar;33(2):145-151
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Clinical characteristics according to sensitized allergens in adult Korean patients with bronchial asthma.  
Jung JW, Choi JC, Shin JW, Kim JY, Park IW, Choi BW.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2010 Apr;2(2):102-107

Update on the management of antibiotic allergy.  
Thong BY.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2010 Apr;2(2):77-86

Acute urticaria caused by the injection of goat-derived hyaluronidase.  
Kim JH, Choi GS, Ye YM, Nahm DH, Park HS.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2009 Oct;1(1):48-50

Occupational asthma caused by inhalation of bovine serum albumin powder.  
Choi GS, Kim JH, Lee HN, Sung JM, Lee JW, Park HS.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2009 Oct;1(1):45-47

Food allergy: recent advances in pathophysiology and treatment.  
Wang J, Sampson HA.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2009 Oct;1(1):19-29

Occupational asthma induced by the reactive dye synozol Red-K 3BS.  
Jin HJ, Kim JH, Kim JE, Ye YM, Park HS.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2011 Jul;3(3):212-214

Occupational asthma: etiologies and risk factors.  
Vandenplas O.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2011 Jul;3(3):157-167

Absence of hyper-responsiveness to methacholine after specific bronchial provocation tests in a worker with hydroxyapatite-induced occupational asthma.  
Nam YH, Kim JI, Um SJ, Lee SK, Son CH.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2011 Apr;3(2):135-137

New sensitization to house dust mites in cefteram-induced occupational asthma: a case report.  
Jin HJ, Kim JE, Kim JH, Ye YM, Park HS.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2011 Apr;3(2):132-134

Two cases of h(2)-receptor antagonist hypersensitivity and cross-reactivity.  
Song WJ, Kim MH, Lee SM, Kwon YE, Kim SH, Cho SH, Min KU, Kim YY, Chang YS.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2011 Apr;3(2):128-131

Challenge test results in patients with suspected penicillin allergy, but no specific IgE.  
Holm A, Mosbech H.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2011 Apr;3(2):118-122

A case of chlorpheniramine maleate-induced hypersensitivity with aspirin intolerance.  
Kim MH, Lee SM, Lee SH, Kwon HS, Kim SH, Cho SH, Min KU, Kim YY, Chang YS.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2011 Jan;3(1):62-64

A case of recurrent toxocariasis presenting with urticaria.  
Kim MH, Jung JW, Kwon JW, Kim TW, Kim SH, Cho SH, Min KU, Kim YY, Chang YS.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2010 Oct;2(4):267-270

Probable role of Beta 2-adrenergic receptor gene haplotype in toluene diisocyanate-induced asthma.  
Ye YM, Kang YM, Kim SH, Lee HY, Kim CW, Park CS, Hong CS, Park HS.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2010 Oct;2(4):260-266

Beef-induced anaphylaxis confirmed by the basophil activation test.  
Kim JH, An S, Kim JE, Choi GS, Ye YM, Park HS.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2010 Jul;2(3):206-208

A case of anaphylaxis after the ingestion of yacon.  
Yun EY, Kim HS, Kim YE, Kang MK, Ma JE, Lee GD, Cho YJ, Kim HC, Lee JD, Hwang YS, Jeong YY.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2010 Apr;2(2):149-152

Smoking-induced acute eosinophilic pneumonia in a 15-year-old girl: a case report.  
Youn JS, Kwon JW, Kim BJ, Hong SJ.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2010 Apr;2(2):144-148

A fatal case of intravascular coagulation after bee sting acupuncture.  
Jung JW, Jeon EJ, Kim JW, Choi JC, Shin JW, Kim JY, Park IW, Choi BW.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2012 Mar;4(2):107-109

Occupational rhinitis induced by capsaicin.  
Nam YH, Jin HJ, Hwang EK, Shin YS, Ye YM, Park HS.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2012 Mar;4(2):104-106

IgE sensitization to cephalosporins in health care workers.  
Kim JE, Kim SH, Jin HJ, Hwang EK, Kim JH, Ye YM, Park HS.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2012 Mar;4(2):85-91

A case of occupational rhinitis induced by maize pollen exposure in a farmer: detection of IgE-binding components.  
Sung SY, Lee WY, Yong SJ, Shin KC, Park HS, Kim HM, Kim SH.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2012 Jan;4(1):49-51

A case of propofol-induced oropharyngeal angioedema and bronchospasm.  
You BC, Jang AS, Han JS, Cheon HW, Park JS, Lee JH, Park SW, Kim DJ, Park CS.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2012 Jan;4(1):46-48

The revised edition of Korean calendar for allergenic pollens.  
Oh JW, Lee HB, Kang IJ, Kim SW, Park KS, Kook MH, Kim BS, Baek HS, Kim JH, Kim JK, Lee DJ, Kim KR, Choi YJ.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2012 Jan;4(1):5-11

Bronchospasm and anaphylactic shock following lidocaine aerosol inhalation in a patient with butane inhalation lung injury.  
Lee MY, Park KA, Yeo SJ, Kim SH, Goong HJ, Jang AS, Park CS.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2011 Oct;3(4):280-282

Acute urticaria induced by oral methylprednisolone.  
Jang EJ, Jin HJ, Nam YH, Kim JH, Ye YM, Park HS.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2011 Oct;3(4):277-279

A case of occupational rhinitis caused by rice powder in the grain industry.  
Kim JH, Kim JE, Choi GS, Hwang EK, An S, Ye YM, Park HS.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2010 Apr;2(2):141-143

Beta-lactam antibiotic sensitization and its relationship to allergic diseases in tertiary hospital nurses.  
Choi IS, Han ER, Lim SW, Lim SR, Kim JN, Park SY, Chae SK, Lim HH, Seol YA, Bae YI, Won YH.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2010 Apr;2(2):114-122

Ballroom dancing and consort allergic contact dermatitis. [French]  
Schmutz JL, Trechot P.
Ann Dermatol Venereol 2011 Nov;138(11):803-804

Allergen of the month-sycamore maple.  
Weber RW.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2012 Apr;108(4):A13

Environmental assessment and exposure control: a practice parameter-furry animals.  
Portnoy J, Kennedy K, Sublett J.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2012 Apr;108(4):223-223

Basophil activation test in the diagnosis of gadobutrol anaphylaxis.  
Javaloyes G, Goikoetxea MJ, Sanz ML, Cabrera-Freitag P, Gastaminza G.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2012 Apr;108(4):286-287

Blood pressure monitoring in children undergoing food challenge: association with anaphylaxis.  
Caffarelli C, Rico S, Rinaldi L, Povesi DC, Terzi C, Bernasconi S.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2012 Apr;108(4):285-286

Anaphylaxis caused by tetrazepam without cross-reactivity with other benzodiazepines.  
Martinez-Tadeo JA, Perez-Rodriguez E, Hernandez-Santana G, Garcia-Robaina JC, de lT.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2012 Apr;108(4):284-285

Correlation of anti-Pru p 3 IgE levels with severity of peach allergy reactions in children.  
Novembre E, Mori F, Contestabile S, Rossi ME, Pucci N.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2012 Apr;108(4):271-274
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Sensitization to Per a 2 of the American cockroach correlates with more clinical severity among airway allergic patients in Taiwan.  
Lee MF, Song PP, Hwang GY, Lin SJ, Chen YH.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2012 Apr;108(4):243-248

Nonceliac gluten sensitivity: sense or sensibility?  
Di SA, Corazza GR.
Ann Intern Med 2012 Feb 21;156(4):309-311
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Comparison of sensitization between beta-lactoglobulin and its hydrolysates.  
Duan C, Huo G, Yang L, Ren D, Chen J.
Asian Pac J Allergy Immunol 2012 Mar;30(1):32-39
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Shellfish allergy--an Asia-Pacific perspective.  
Lee AJ, Gerez I, Shek LP, Lee BW.
Asian Pac J Allergy Immunol 2012 Mar;30(1):3-10
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