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Casas, L.* et al.: Reply. Allergy 70, 1190-1191 (2015)
Chaker, A. et al.: Pre-seasonal combined grass pollen immunotherapy and anti-IL-4: A randomised controlled trial. Allergy 70, 41 (2015)
Diesner, S.C.* et al.: Characteristics associated with protection from food allergy development in an oral mouse immunization protocol under gastric acid suppression. Allergy 70, 16-17 (2015)
Frank, U. et al.: Ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia): How does Ambrosia pollen react to different air pollution? A systems biology approach. Allergy 70, 128 (2015)
Fuertes, E. et al.: Parental allergic disease before and after child birth poses similar risk for childhood allergies. Allergy 70, 873-876 (2015)
Fuertes, E. & Heinrich, J.: The influence of childhood traffic-related air pollution exposure on asthma, allergy and sensitization. Allergy 70, 1350-1351 (2015)
Garcia-Aymerich, J.* et al.: Phenotyping asthma, rhinitis and eczema in MeDALL population-based birth cohorts: An allergic comorbidity cluster. Allergy 70, 973-984 (2015)
Gomes, E.R.* et al.: Drug hypersensitivity in children: Report from the pediatric task force of the EAACI Drug Allergy Interest Group. Allergy 71, 149-161 (2015)
Graessel, A. et al.: Identification of new cell surface proteins on human naive CD4+ T-cells potentially involved in the early T-cell activation. Allergy 70, 104 (2015)
Möbs, C.* et al.: Decline of Ves v 5-specific blocking capacity in wasp venom-allergic patients after stopping allergen immunotherapy. Allergy 70, 715-719 (2015)
Oeder, S. et al.: Pollen-derived non-allergenic substances enhance Th2-induced IgE production in B cells. Allergy 70, 1450-1460 (2015)
Oeder, S. et al.: Immunological effects of particles and gases from ship diesel emissions in human bronchial epithelial cells. Allergy 70, 518-519 (2015)
Paternoster, L.* et al.: A multi-ethnic genome-wide association study of 21000 cases and 95000 controls identifies 11 novel genetic variants associated with atopic dermatitis. Allergy 70, 82 (2015)
Russkamp, D. et al.: Local inhibition of IL-4-and IL-13-mediated signaling as adjuvant for tolerance induction during allergen-specific immunotherapy. Allergy 70, 459-460 (2015)
Schiener, M. et al.: Antigens 5 of different hymenoptera species are highly cross-reactive and do not allow the clear identification of the culprit venom. Allergy 70, 13-14 (2015)
Standl, M. et al.: The association between FLG loss-of-function mutations and food sensitization is modified by atopic dermatitis. Allergy 70, 57 (2015)
Toncheva, A.A.* et al.: Childhood asthma is associated with mutations and gene expression differences of ORMDL genes which can interact. Allergy 70, 1288-1299 (2015)
Waage, J.E.* et al.: A genome-wide association study of allergic rhinitis in 216 361 individuals identifies several novel susceptibility loci and increases knowledge on genetic pathways and cell types involved in disease etiology. Allergy 70, 108 (2015)
Waage, J.E.* et al.: Shared genetic origins of allergy and autoimmune diseases. Allergy 70, 112 (2015)
Wimmer, M. et al.: Pollen-derived adenosine is a necessary co-factor for ragweed allergy. Allergy 70, 944-954 (2015)