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Stein, K.* ; Zissler, U.M. ; Schmidt-Weber, C.B. & Heine, H.*: How airway epithelial cells direct dendritic cells in asthma: A search for master regulators. Allergy 75, 168-169 (2020)
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Thyssen, J.P.* et al.: Interaction between filaggrin mutations and neonatal cat exposure in atopic dermatitis. Allergy 75, 1481-1485 (2020)
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Till, S.J.* ; Sonne Stage, B.* ; Skypala, I.* & Biedermann, T.: Potential treatment effect of the SQ tree sublingual immunotherapy-tablet on pollen food syndrome caused by apple. Allergy 75, 2059-2135 (2020)
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Weidner, J.* et al.: Spotlight on microRNAs in allergy and asthma. Allergy, DOI: 10.1111/all.14646 (2020)
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Wolff, P.T.* et al.: High prevalence of wheeze and atopy in rural Malagasy children. Allergy, DOI: 10.1111/all.14303 (2020)
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Agache, I.* et al.: Prioritizing research challenges and funding for allergy and asthma and the need for translational research-The European Strategic Forum on Allergic Diseases. Allergy 74, 2064-2076 (2019)
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Boonpiyathad, T.* et al.: Impact of high-altitude therapy on type-2 immune responses in asthma patients. Allergy 75, 84-94 (2019)
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Breiteneder, H.* et al.: Future research trends in understanding the mechanisms underlying allergic diseases for improved patient care. Allergy 74, 2293-2311 (2019)
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Candeias, J. ; Schmidt-Weber, C.B. & Buters, J.T.M.: An in vitro exposure chamber for whole pollen at the air-liquid-interface. Allergy 74, 622-622 (2019)
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Damialis, A. et al.: Evaluating the real exposure of allergics to airborne pollen: Too high, too early, too long or too complex? Allergy 74, 42-42 (2019)
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de los Reyes Jimenez, M. et al.: Modulation of the myeloid arachidonic acid metabolism imparts helminth-driven control of type 2 inflammation. Allergy 74, 112-112 (2019)
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Friedl, A. et al.: Repeated exposure to house dust mite drives persistent activation of inflammatory macrophages. Allergy 74, 89-89 (2019)
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Grosch, J. et al.: Shedding light on the polistes dominula venom proteome-Identification and characterization of novel allergens. Allergy 74, 238-238 (2019)
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Gutermuth, J.* ; Schmidt-Weber, C.B. & Blank, S.: Supporting allergen-specific immunotherapy by inhibition of Janus kinases. Allergy 74, 1814-1816 (2019)
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Heine, S. et al.: Effects of IL-4 receptor a blockade during allergen-specific immunotherapy in a murine model of allergic asthma. Allergy 74, 197-198 (2019)
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Heldner, A. et al.: Effects of different adjuvants on house dust mite allergy and allergens-specific immunotherapy in a murine model of allergic asthma. Allergy 74, 322-323 (2019)
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Henkel, F. et al.: House dust mite drives proinflammatory eicosanoid reprogramming and macrophage effector functions. Allergy 74, 1090-1101 (2019)
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Hulpusch, C. et al.: Microbiome stability and skin physiology in atopic eczema patients and healthy controls upon application of emollients with different PH. Allergy 74, 583-583 (2019)
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Jakwerth, C.A. et al.: MiR-8485 is locally upregulated upon allergen-specific immunotherapy and coincides with shifted Breg/Th17 balance. Allergy 74, 63-63 (2019)