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Beck, I.* et al.: Impact of climate and anthropogenic air pollutant exposure on pollen allergenicity and allergic sensitization. Allergy 70, 246 (2015)
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Bousquet, J.* et al.: Are allergic multimorbidities and IgE polysensitization associated with the persistence or re-occurrence of foetal type 2 signalling? The MeDALL hypothesis. Allergy 70, 1062-1078 (2015)
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Bousquet, J.* et al.: MACVIA-ARIA sentinel network for allergic rhinitis (MASK-rhinitis): The new generation guideline implementation. Allergy 70, 1372-1392 (2015)
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Boyman, O.* et al.: EAACI IG Biologicals task force paper on the use of biologic agents in allergic disorders. Allergy 70, 727-754 (2015)
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Casas, L.* et al.: Early-life house dust mite allergens, childhood mite sensitization, and respiratory outcomes. Allergy 70, 820–827 (2015)
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Casas, L.* et al.: Reply. Allergy 70, 1190-1191 (2015)
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Chaker, A. et al.: Pre-seasonal combined grass pollen immunotherapy and anti-IL-4: A randomised controlled trial. Allergy 70, 41 (2015)
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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)
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Frank, U. et al.: Ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia): How does Ambrosia pollen react to different air pollution? A systems biology approach. Allergy 70, 128 (2015)
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Fuertes, E. et al.: Parental allergic disease before and after child birth poses similar risk for childhood allergies. Allergy 70, 873-876 (2015)
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Fuertes, E. & Heinrich, J.: The influence of childhood traffic-related air pollution exposure on asthma, allergy and sensitization. Allergy 70, 1350-1351 (2015)
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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)
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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)
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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)
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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)
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Oeder, S. et al.: Pollen-derived non-allergenic substances enhance Th2-induced IgE production in B cells. Allergy 70, 1450-1460 (2015)
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Oeder, S. et al.: Immunological effects of particles and gases from ship diesel emissions in human bronchial epithelial cells. Allergy 70, 518-519 (2015)
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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)
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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)
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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)