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 Allergy Advisor Digest - July 2013
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Read Sensitivity and clinical course of patients with wheat-dependent exercise-induced anaphylaxis sensitized to hydrolyzed wheat protein in facial soap
Read Immediate-type hypersensitivity reactions to proton pump inhibitors
Read The spectrum of aeroallergen sensitization in children diagnosed with asthma during first 2 years of life.
Read Severe contact dermatitis due to camomile
Read Multifunctional acrylates as possible sensitizers in electrocardiogram electrode allergy.
Read Rocuronium anaphylaxis in a 3-year-old girl with no previous exposure to neuromuscular blocking agents.
Read Systemic contact dermatitis and allergy to biomedical devices.
Read Anti-rPru p 3 IgE levels are inversely related to the age at onset of peach-induced severe symptoms reported by peach-allergic adults.
Read Clonal mast cell activation syndrome with anaphylaxis to sulfites.
Read Skin prick test responses and allergen-specific IgE levels as predictors of peanut, egg, and sesame allergy in infants.
Read High incidence of heparin-induced allergic delayed-type hypersensitivity reactions in pregnancy.
Read Fragrance materials in asthma: a pilot study using a surrogate aerosol product.
Read Seeking allergy when it hides: What are the best fitting tests?

Abstracts shared in July 2013 Advisor Digest Newsletter

Read Repeated anaphylactic episodes to orange and apple.
Read Atopic dermatitis induced by systemic immunosupression with tacrolimus
Read Occupational asthma associated to the exposure to limonium tataricum flowers.
Read Food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome due to banana.
Read The additional values of microarray allergen assay in the management of polysensitized patients with respiratory allergy.
Read Characterization of Cannabis sativa allergens.
Read Interpretation of food specific immunoglobulin E levels in the context of total IgE.
Read Enolases and aldolases - important fish allergens in cod, salmon and tuna: component resolved diagnosis using parvalbumin and the new allergens.
Read Anisakis allergy component-resolved diagnosis: clinical and immunologic differences between patients from Italy and Spain.
Read Combining analyses of basophil allergen threshold sensitivity, CD-sens, and IgE Antibodies to hydrolyzed wheat, omega-5 Gliadin and Timothy grass enhances the prediction of wheat challenge outcome.
Read Tick bite anaphylaxis

Allergy and Intolerance Abstracts
Sensitivity and clinical course of patients with wheat-dependent exercise-induced anaphylaxis sensitized to hydrolyzed wheat protein in facial soap
An increasing number of patients with wheat-dependent exercise-induced anaphylaxis (WDEIA) have been reported in Japan. Most of them had developed this condition during or after using hydrolyzed wheat protein (HWP)-containing soap (HWP-WDEIA). To clarify the relation between WDEIA and HWP-containing soap and their prognosis, patients diagnosed as WDEIA were retrospectively studied. Among 36 patients with WDEIA, 30 patients had used only one type of HWP-soap. The patients with HWP-WDEIA were mainly women and had developed facial symptoms and angioedema. They suffered from blood pressure reductions less frequently than patients with conventional WDEIA. The levels of gluten-specific IgE were higher than those of omega-5 gliadin in patients with HWP-WDEIA (P < 0.05). All patients with HWP-WDEIA were positive against HWP in histamine release test. Among the conventional wheat antigens, glutenins induced the highest histamine release from basophils of patients with HWP-WDEIA. The sensitivities of patients against glutens and glutenins were reduced over months along with the discontinuance of HWP-soap. The sensitivity to HWP that cross reacts with non-processed wheat may be reduced or possibly cured after the discontinuation of HWP-soap.

The sensitivity and clinical course of patients with wheat-dependent exercise-induced anaphylaxis sensitized to hydrolyzed wheat protein in facial soap -secondary publication.  
Hiragun M, Ishii K, Hiragun T, Shindo H, Mihara S, Matsuo H, Hide M.
Allergol Int 2013 Jul 25;

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Immediate-type hypersensitivity reactions to proton pump inhibitors
This study aimed to assess the role of skin testing in the diagnosis of proton pump inhibitors (PPI)-related immediate hypersensitivity reactions and the cross-reactivity patterns among PPIs. The study was designed in a prospective, national, multicentre nature. Sixty-five patients with a suggestive history of a PPI-induced immediate hypersensitivity reaction were included. The suspected PPIs were lansoprazole (n = 52), esomeprazole (n = 11), pantoprazole (n = 9), rabeprazole (n = 2), and omeprazole (n = 1). The sensitivity, specificity, and negative and positive predictive values of the skin tests with PPIs were 58.8%, 100%, 70.8%, and 100%, respectively. Fifteen of the 31 patients with a hypersensitivity reaction to lansoprazole had a positive OPT or skin test result with at least one of the alternative PPIs (8/52 pantoprazole, 6/52 omeprazole, 5/52 esomeprazole, 3/52 rabeprazole). Considering the high specificity, skin testing seems to be a useful method for the diagnosis of immediate-type hypersensitivity reactions to PPIs and for the evaluation of cross-reactivity among PPIs. However, OPT should be performed in case of negativity on skin tests.

Immediate-type hypersensitivity reactions to proton pump inhibitors: usefulness of skin tests in the diagnosis and assessment of cross-reactivity.  
Kepil OS, Yilmaz I, Aydin O, Buyukozturk S, Gelincik A, Demirturk M, Erdogdu D, Comert S, Erdogan T, Karakaya G, Kalyoncu AF, Oner EF, Dursun AB, Misirligil Z, Bavbek S.
Allergy 2013 Jul 30;

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The spectrum of aeroallergen sensitization in children diagnosed with asthma during first 2 years of life.
This study concludes that during first 2 years of life, low rates of aeroallergen sensitization and lack of predictors of sensitization in children with asthma suggest that skin testing for aeroallergens may not be a routine procedure. When there is a high index of suspicion, testing only for indoor aeroallergens including house-dust mites, molds, and pets may identify the majority of sensitized children.

The spectrum of aeroallergen sensitization in children diagnosed with asthma during first 2 years of life.  
Sahiner UM, Buyuktiryaki AB, Yavuz ST, Yilmaz EA, Cavkaytar O, Tuncer A, Sekerel BE.
Allergy Asthma Proc 2013 Jul;34(4):356-361

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Severe contact dermatitis due to camomile
Severe contact dermatitis due to camomile is reported. Camomile is also known for its potential in inducing chemical burn, irritant and allergic contact dermatitis, conjunctivitis and anaphylaxis. Different clinical apperances of camomile allergy was reviewed with three patients using the same topical camomile remedy in this report. It is important to remember that home-made crushed camomile preparations can lead both sensitization and acute allergic contact dermatitis as well.

Severe contact dermatitis due to camomile: a common complementary remedy with potential sensitization risks.  
Dogan S.
Allergy Asthma Clin Immunol 2013 Jul 15;9(1):26

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Multifunctional acrylates as possible sensitizers in electrocardiogram electrode allergy.
This article reports that multifunctional acrylates may be possible sensitizers in electrocardiogram electrode allergy.

Multifunctional acrylates as possible sensitizers in electrocardiogram electrode allergy.  
Nunez-Acevedo B, Gonzalez-Fernandez MT, Juangorena MM, Vidal C.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013 Jul;111(1):77-78

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Rocuronium anaphylaxis in a 3-year-old girl with no previous exposure to neuromuscular blocking agents.
A report of rocuronium-induced anaphylaxis in a 3-year-old girl with no previous exposure to reuromuscular blocking agents (NMBAs). This case cautions and informs practitioners that an IgE-mediated anaphylactic reaction with rocuronium is possible even in young children with no previous exposure to NMBAs

Rocuronium anaphylaxis in a 3-year-old girl with no previous exposure to neuromuscular blocking agents.  
Choi SH, Yi JW, Rha YH.
Asian Pac J Allergy Immunol 2013 Jun;31(2):163-166

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Systemic contact dermatitis and allergy to biomedical devices.
Systemic contact dermatitis (SCD) refers to a skin condition where an individual who is cutaneously sensitized to an allergen will subsequently react to that same allergen or a cross-reacting allergen via the systemic route. It occurs to allergens including metals, medications, and foods. There has been recent interest in metal allergy as it relates to the implantation of devices such as orthopedic, dental, cardiac, and gynecologic implants. This review will briefly address all causes of systemic contact dermatitis with a special and expanded focus on metal implant allergy. We present literature on SCD to various metal biomedical devices, patch testing for diagnosis of metal allergy pre and post implantation and treatment.

Systemic contact dermatitis and allergy to biomedical devices.  
Aquino M, Mucci T.
Curr Allergy Asthma Rep 2013 Jul 11;

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Anti-rPru p 3 IgE levels are inversely related to the age at onset of peach-induced severe symptoms reported by peach-allergic adults.
Sensitisation to peach lipid transfer protein (LTP; Pru p 3) is significantly associated with severe allergic symptoms in adults, but little is known about the age at onset of peach allergy. This study investigated a possible correlation between specific IgE levels to Pru p 3 and the age at onset of peach allergy. One hundred and forty-eight patients allergic to peach were divided into 6 classes according to the age at onset. Sera were analyzed for IgE antibodies to peach, rPru p 3, rPru p 1, rPru p 4, rBet v 1, rBet v 2, total IgE titre, and tryptase. A significant inverse correlation was found between the age at onset of peach allergy and anti-rPru p 3 IgE levels at diagnosis (p < 0.0005). In contrast, the age at onset was directly correlated with both anti-rPru p 1 IgE levels (p = 0.0001) and anti-rBet v 1 IgE levels (p = 0.0006) at diagnosis. At diagnosis, when peach allergy starts at a younger age, it is likely associated with Pru p 3 sensitisation, and the younger the onset, the higher the IgE titres. When peach allergy starts at an older age, it is more likely the result of cross-reactivity to Bet v1.

Anti-rPru p 3 IgE levels are inversely related to the age at onset of peach-induced severe symptoms reported by peach-allergic adults.  
Pastorello EA, Farioli L, Stafylaraki C, Mascheri A, Scibilia J, Pravettoni V, Primavesi L, Piantanida M, Nichelatti M, Asero R.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2013 Jun 27;162(1):45-49

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Clonal mast cell activation syndrome with anaphylaxis to sulfites.
Sulfites are rarely suspected as causative agents of immediate-type hypersensitivity. We report on a 49-year-old male patient who developed recurrent severe hypotension after food ingestion. A diagnosis of monoclonal mast cell activation syndrome was established. In the double-blind, placebo-controlled food challenge, the patient reacted to potassium metabisulfite with anaphylaxis

Clonal mast cell activation syndrome with anaphylaxis to sulfites.  
Cifuentes L, Ring J, Brockow K.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2013 Jun 27;162(1):94-96

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Skin prick test responses and allergen-specific IgE levels as predictors of peanut, egg, and sesame allergy in infants.
Ninety-five percent positive predictive values (PPVs) provide an invaluable tool for clinicians to avoid unnecessary oral food challenges. However, 95% PPVs specific to infants, the age group most likely to present for diagnosis of food allergy, are limited. This study sought to develop skin prick test (SPT) and allergen-specific IgE (sIgE) thresholds with 95% PPVs for challenge-confirmed food allergy in a large population-based cohort of 1-year-old infants with challenges undertaken irrespective of SPT wheal size or previous history of ingestion. Five thousand two hundred seventy-six infants participated in the study. Peanut SPT responses of 8 mm or greater (95% CI, 7-9 mm), egg SPT responses of 4 mm or greater (95% CI, 3-5 mm), and sesame SPT responses of 8 mm or greater (95% CI, 5-9 mm) had 95% PPVs for challenge-proved food allergy. Peanut sIgE levels of 34 kUA/L or greater (95% CI, 14-48 kUA/L) and egg sIgE levels of 1.7 kUA/L or greater (95% CI, 1-3 kUA/L) had 95% PPVs for challenge-proved food allergy. Results were robust when stratified on established risk factors for food allergy. Egg SPT responses and sIgE levels were poor predictors of allergy to egg in baked goods.

Skin prick test responses and allergen-specific IgE levels as predictors of peanut, egg, and sesame allergy in infants.  
Peters RL, Allen KJ, Dharmage SC, Tang ML, Koplin JJ, Ponsonby AL, Lowe AJ, Hill D, Gurrin LC.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 Jul 24;

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High incidence of heparin-induced allergic delayed-type hypersensitivity reactions in pregnancy.
Among patients receiving long-term heparin anticoagulation during pregnancy, heparin-induced skin lesions are frequent (incidence, 19.8%) and are all caused by allergic delayed-type hypersensitivity reactions. Nadroparin has the highest frequency of skin lesions (approximately 65% at 100 days), which is significantly higher than that of dalteparin (HR, 26.7). Therefore nadroparin use should be avoided in pregnancy when possible.

High incidence of heparin-induced allergic delayed-type hypersensitivity reactions in pregnancy.  
Schindewolf M, Gobst C, Kroll H, Recke A, Louwen F, Wolter M, Kaufmann R, Boehncke WH, Lindhoff-Last E, Ludwig RJ.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 Jul;132(1):131-139

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Fragrance materials in asthma: a pilot study using a surrogate aerosol product.
Little is known about exposure to fragrances on human health, particularly within the airways. This study aimed to evaluate how common household fragrance products (i.e. air fresheners, cleaning products) affect people with asthma, who frequently report sensitivity to these products. Many of these products have volatile organic compounds (VOCs) or semi-VOCs. This study evaluated nine fragrance materials in an aerosol formulation to assess effects on airway physiology, airway inflammation, and symptom perception in normal controls and those with asthma. The study concludes that a trend for increased symptoms was noted in moderate asthmatics, suggesting that asthma severity may play a factor in fragrance sensitivity.

Fragrance materials in asthma: a pilot study using a surrogate aerosol product.  
Vethanayagam D, Vliagoftis H, Mah D, Beach J, Smith L, Moqbel R.
J Asthma 2013 Jul 8;

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Seeking allergy when it hides: What are the best fitting tests?
"In the common practice of respiratory allergy, the confirmation by IgE tests of the relationship between the occurrence and duration of symptoms and the exposure to specific inhalant allergens allows an aetiological diagnosis. However, to see patients with suggestive history but negative IgE tests is not rare, and this generally leads to a diagnosis of nonallergic rhinitis or asthma. In many cases, such diagnosis is wrong, because the patient may be revealed as allergic by using additional testing. This is true for local allergic rhinitis, characterized by an exclusive IgE production in the nasal mucosa, that may be correctly diagnosed by performing a nasal IgE measurement or a nasal provocation test with the suspected allergen (s). Another misleading issue is the role of T cell-mediated, delayed hypersensitivity in the pathophysiology of rhinitis and asthma. Recent studies showed that in patients with rhinitis or asthma and negative IgE tests, especially when there is a positive history for current or past atopic dermatitis, the clinical symptoms are actually driven by such mechanism, that may be detected by performing an atopy patch test (APT). The allergen source most frequently responsible for this kind of allergy is the house dust mite, but other allergens may also be involved. Thus, before delivering a diagnosis of nonallergic rhinitis or asthma in patients with negative result to common allergy testing, further tests are needed. To miss the diagnosis of allergy has obvious consequences in terms of management, including allergen avoidance, patientÂ’s education, and specific immunotherapy."

Seeking allergy when it hides: What are the best fitting tests?  
Incorvaia C, Fuiano N and Canonica GW.
WAO Journal 2013;6:12

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Allergen-, Food allergy-, Intolerance-related articles

Repeated anaphylactic episodes to orange and apple.  
Tsiougkos N, Vovolis V.
Eur Ann Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 May;45(3):113-115
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Atopic dermatitis induced by systemic immunosupression with tacrolimus--case report.  
Bumbacea RS, Ghiordanescu I.
Eur Ann Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 May;45(3):109-110
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Allergen sensitizations in southern Italy: a 5-year retrospective study in allergic respiratory patients.  
Scichilone N, Sanfilippo A, Sorino C, Giuliano L, Misseri M, Bellia V.
Eur Ann Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 May;45(3):97-102
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Occupational asthma associated to the exposure to limonium tataricum flowers.  
Ariano R, Mistrello G, Agazzi A, Melioli G.
Eur Ann Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 May;45(3):84-89
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Food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome due to banana: an uncommon entity.  
Don M, Longo G.
Eur Ann Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 Apr;45(2):61-62
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Management of acute food allergic reactions by general practitioners.  
Klemans RJ, Le TM, Sigurdsson V, Enters-Weijnen CF, van HE, Bruijnzeel-Koomen CA, Knulst AC.
Eur Ann Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 Apr;45(2):43-51
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The sensitivity and clinical course of patients with wheat-dependent exercise-induced anaphylaxis sensitized to hydrolyzed wheat protein in facial soap -secondary publication.  
Hiragun M, Ishii K, Hiragun T, Shindo H, Mihara S, Matsuo H, Hide M.
Allergol Int 2013 Jul 25;
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Bird fancier's lung caused by diamond dove.  
Hasegawa Y, Sugawara M.
Allergol Int 2013 Jul 25;

Occupational airborne contact dermatitis by isothiazolinones contained in wall paint products.  
Tokunaga M, Fujii H, Okada K, Kagemoto Y, Nomura T, Tanioka M, Matsumura Y, Miyachi Y.
Allergol Int 2013 Jul 25;

Immediate-type hypersensitivity reactions to proton pump inhibitors: usefulness of skin tests in the diagnosis and assessment of cross-reactivity.  
Kepil OS, Yilmaz I, Aydin O, Buyukozturk S, Gelincik A, Demirturk M, Erdogdu D, Comert S, Erdogan T, Karakaya G, Kalyoncu AF, Oner EF, Dursun AB, Misirligil Z, Bavbek S.
Allergy 2013 Jul 30;
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Diagnosis of penicillin allergy revisited: the value of case history, skin testing, specific IgE and prolonged challenge.  
Hjortlund J, Mortz CG, Skov PS, Bindslev-Jensen C.
Allergy 2013 Jul 29;
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The additional values of microarray allergen assay in the management of polysensitized patients with respiratory allergy.  
Passalacqua G, Melioli G, Bonifazi F, Bonini S, Maggi E, Senna G, Triggiani M, Nettis E, Rossi RE, Vacca A, Canonica GW.
Allergy 2013 Jul 29;
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A systematic review of the effect of thermal processing on the allergenicity of tree nuts.  
Masthoff LJ, Hoff R, Verhoeckx KC, van Os-Medendorp H, Michelsen-Huisman A, Baumert JL, Pasmans SG, Meijer Y, Knulst AC.
Allergy 2013 Jul 29;
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Allergy to betalactams and nucleotide-binding oligomerization domain (NOD) gene polymorphisms.  
Bursztejn AC, Romano A, Gueant-Rodriguez RM, Cornejo JA, Oussalah A, Chery C, Gastin I, Gaeta F, Barbaud A, Blanca M, Gueant JL.
Allergy 2013 Jul 29;
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Total IgE at 6 months predicts remittance or persistence of atopic dermatitis at 14 months.  
Kawamoto N, Fukao T, Kaneko H, Hirayama K, Sakurai S, Arai T, Kondo M, Kawamoto M, Matsui E, Orii K, Kasahara K, Takemura M, Seishima M, Shiraki M, Iwasa S, Kondo N.
Allergy Asthma Proc 2013 Jul;34(4):362-369
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The spectrum of aeroallergen sensitization in children diagnosed with asthma during first 2 years of life.  
Sahiner UM, Buyuktiryaki AB, Yavuz ST, Yilmaz EA, Cavkaytar O, Tuncer A, Sekerel BE.
Allergy Asthma Proc 2013 Jul;34(4):356-361
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A case of idiopathic anaphylaxis followed by acute liver injury.  
Kim S, Yoon SY, Park SY, Kwon HS, Cho YS, Moon HB, Kim TB.
Allergy Asthma Immunol Res 2013 Jul;5(4):245-247
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Severe contact dermatitis due to camomile: a common complementary remedy with potential sensitization risks.  
Dogan S.
Allergy Asthma Clin Immunol 2013 Jul 15;9(1):26
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A case of the first documented fire ant anaphylaxis in Canada.  
Lee JK, Betschel SD.
Allergy Asthma Clin Immunol 2013;9(1):25
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The mountain cedar model in clinical trials of seasonal allergic rhinoconjunctivitis.  
Andrews CP, Ratner PH, Ehler BR, Brooks EG, Pollock BH, Ramirez DA, Jacobs RL.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013 Jul;111(1):9-13
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When to suspect and work up allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis.  
Greenberger PA.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013 Jul;111(1):1-4

Allergen of the month-water birch.  
Weber RW.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013 Jul;111(1):A13

Multifunctional acrylates as possible sensitizers in electrocardiogram electrode allergy.  
Nunez-Acevedo B, Gonzalez-Fernandez MT, Juangorena MM, Vidal C.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013 Jul;111(1):77-78

Hypersensitivity to nabumetone: cross reactivity with naproxen.  
Rojas Perez-Ezquerra P, Sanchez-Morillas L, Laguna Martinez JJ, Gonzalez MR, Gomez-Traseira C, Carrasco G, Herranz MM, Rubio MA.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013 Jul;111(1):74-75

Anaphylaxis to gold tequila.  
Coons BD, White K.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013 Jul;111(1):70-71

Persistent specific nasal reactivity to occupational allergens after removal from exposure.  
Castano R.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013 Jul;111(1):66-67

Eosinophilic esophagitis to unsuspected rare food allergen.  
Mane SK, Jordan PA, Bahna SL.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013 Jul;111(1):64-65

Characterization of Cannabis sativa allergens.  
Nayak AP, Green BJ, Sussman G, Berlin N, Lata H, Chandra S, Elsohly MA, Hettick JM, Beezhold DH.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013 Jul;111(1):32-37
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Interpretation of food specific immunoglobulin E levels in the context of total IgE.  
Federly TJ, Jones BL, Dai H, Dinakar C.
Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2013 Jul;111(1):20-24
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Rocuronium anaphylaxis in a 3-year-old girl with no previous exposure to neuromuscular blocking agents.  
Choi SH, Yi JW, Rha YH.
Asian Pac J Allergy Immunol 2013 Jun;31(2):163-166
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Wasp venom allergy: effect of anti-IgE antibody on wasp venom anaphylaxis in a mouse model.  
Ikeno Y, Hirata H, Arima M, Hayashi Y, Watanabe M, Yoshida N, Chibana K, Sugiyama K, Fukushima Y, Akutsu I, Fukuda T.
Asian Pac J Allergy Immunol 2013 Jun;31(2):115-124
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Identification of enolases and aldolases as important fish allergens in cod, salmon and tuna: component resolved diagnosis using parvalbumin and the new allergens.  
Kuehn A, Hilger C, Lehners-Weber C, Codreanu-Morel F, Morisset M, Metz-Favre C, Pauli G, de BF, Revets D, Muller CP, Vogel L, Vieths S, Hentges F.
Clin Exp Allergy 2013 Jul;43(7):811-822
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Dampness and moulds in relation to respiratory and allergic symptoms in children: results from Phase Two of the International Study of Asthma and Allergies in Childhood (ISAAC Phase Two).  
Weinmayr G, Gehring U, Genuneit J, Buchele G, Kleiner A, Siebers R, Wickens K, Crane J, Brunekreef B, Strachan DP.
Clin Exp Allergy 2013 Jul;43(7):762-774
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Diagnosis and management of non-IgE-mediated cow's milk allergy in infancy - a UK primary care practical guide.  
Venter C, Brown T, Shah N, Walsh J, Fox AT.
Clin Transl Allergy 2013;3(1):23
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Health-related quality of life, assessed with a disease-specific questionnaire, in Swedish adults suffering from well-diagnosed food allergy to staple foods.  
Jansson SA, Heibert-Arnlind M, Middelveld RJ, Bengtsson UJ, Sundqvist AC, Kallstrom-Bengtsson I, Marklund B, Rentzos G, Akerstrom J, Ostblom E, Dahlen SE, Ahlstedt S.
Clin Transl Allergy 2013 Jul 1;3(1):21
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Patch testing for noncontact dermatitis: the atopy patch test for food and inhalants.  
Wollenberg A, Vogel S.
Curr Allergy Asthma Rep 2013 Jul 16;
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Systemic contact dermatitis and allergy to biomedical devices.  
Aquino M, Mucci T.
Curr Allergy Asthma Rep 2013 Jul 11;
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Allergic reaction to peanuts: can we predict reaction severity in the wild?  
Flinn A, Hourihane JO.
Curr Allergy Asthma Rep 2013 Jul 7;
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Anti-rPru p 3 IgE levels are inversely related to the age at onset of peach-induced severe symptoms reported by peach-allergic adults.  
Pastorello EA, Farioli L, Stafylaraki C, Mascheri A, Scibilia J, Pravettoni V, Primavesi L, Piantanida M, Nichelatti M, Asero R.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2013 Jun 27;162(1):45-49
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Anisakis allergy component-resolved diagnosis: clinical and immunologic differences between patients from Italy and Spain.  
Caballero ML, Asero R, Antonicelli L, Kamberi E, Colangelo C, Fazii P, de BC, Rodriguez-Perez R.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2013 Jun 26;162(1):39-44
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Mapping of the immunodominant regions of Shrimp Tropomyosin Pan b 1 by human IgE-binding and IgE receptor crosslinking studies.  
Myrset HR, Faeste CK, Kristiansen PE, Dooper MM.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2013 Jun 27;162(1):25-38
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Clonal mast cell activation syndrome with anaphylaxis to sulfites.  
Cifuentes L, Ring J, Brockow K.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2013 Jun 27;162(1):94-96
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Analysis of the prevalence of and risk factors for atopic dermatitis using an isaac questionnaire in 8,750 Korean children.  
Baek JO, Hong S, Son DK, Lee JR, Roh JY, Kwon HJ.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2013 Jun 27;162(1):79-85
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Optimizing the use of a skin prick test device on children.  
Buyuktiryaki B, Sahiner UM, Karabulut E, Cavkaytar O, Tuncer A, Sekerel BE.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2013 Jun 26;162(1):65-70
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Combining analyses of basophil allergen threshold sensitivity, CD-sens, and IgE Antibodies to hydrolyzed wheat, omega-5 Gliadin and Timothy grass enhances the prediction of wheat challenge outcome.  
Nilsson N, Nilsson C, Hedlin G, Johansson SG, Borres MP, Nopp A.
Int Arch Allergy Immunol 2013 Jun 26;162(1):50-57
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Anaphylaxis treated in a Canadian pediatric hospital: Incidence, clinical characteristics, triggers, and management.  
Ben-Shoshan M, La VS, Eisman H, Alizadehfar R, Mill C, Perkins E, Joseph L, Morris J, Clarke A.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 Jul 27;

Skin prick test responses and allergen-specific IgE levels as predictors of peanut, egg, and sesame allergy in infants.  
Peters RL, Allen KJ, Dharmage SC, Tang ML, Koplin JJ, Ponsonby AL, Lowe AJ, Hill D, Gurrin LC.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 Jul 24;
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High incidence of heparin-induced allergic delayed-type hypersensitivity reactions in pregnancy.  
Schindewolf M, Gobst C, Kroll H, Recke A, Louwen F, Wolter M, Kaufmann R, Boehncke WH, Lindhoff-Last E, Ludwig RJ.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 Jul;132(1):131-139
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On sharing unique reagents.  
Finkelman FD.
J Allergy Clin Immunol 2013 Jul;132(1):245-246

Fragrance materials in asthma: a pilot study using a surrogate aerosol product.  
Vethanayagam D, Vliagoftis H, Mah D, Beach J, Smith L, Moqbel R.
J Asthma 2013 Jul 8;
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Tick bite anaphylaxis: Incidence and management in an Australian emergency department.  
Rappo TB, Cottee AM, Ratchford AM, Burns BJ.
Miscellaneous Emergency Medicine Australasia 2013;21 July
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Allergic conjunctivitis and the most common allergens in Northern Greece.  
Almaliotis D, Michailopoulos P, Gioulekas D, Giouleka P, Papakosta D, Siempis T and Karampatakis V.
WAO Journal 2013;6:12
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Seeking allergy when it hides: What are the best fitting tests?  
Incorvaia C, Fuiano N and Canonica GW.
WAO Journal 2013;6:12
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