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Reiger, M. et al.: Differences between the microbiome of lesional and non-lesional skin in atopic dermatitis. Exp. Dermatol. 25, 51-51 (2016)
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Schlumprecht, C. et al.: Immuno-modulatory effects of pre-/probiotics and active microbial structures on human primary keratinocytes. J. Invest. Dermatol. 136, S208-S208 (2016)
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Toubiana, J.* et al.: Heterozygous STAT1 gain-of-function mutations underlie an unexpectedly broad clinical phenotype: An international survey of 274 patients from 167 kindreds. Blood 127, 3154-3164 (2016)
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Traidl-Hoffmann, C.: Phytotherapie in der Dermatologie - natürlich gut?! J. Dtsch. Dermatol. Ges. 14, 867-869 (2016)
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Werfel, T.* et al.: Cellular and molecular immunologic mechanisms in patients with atopic dermatitis. J. Allergy Clin. Immunol. 138, 336-349 (2016)
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Wimmer, M. et al.: Pollen-derived adenosine plays an important role in induction of ragweed allerg. J. Invest. Dermatol. 136, S229-S229 (2016)
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Zhao, F. et al.: Common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia L.): Allergenicity and molecular characterisation of pollen after plant exposure to elevated NO2. Plant Cell Environ. 39, 147-164 (2016)
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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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Dittlein, D.* et al.: Pollen and UV-B: a couple causing enhanced inflammasome activation in human primary keratinocytes. Exp. Dermatol. 24, E19 (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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Gilles, S.* et al.: Non-allergenic factors from pollen modulate T helper cell instructing notch ligands on dendritic cells. World Allergy Organiz. J. 8:2 (2015)
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Gilles, S.* et al.: Lipid mediators from pollen inhibit the innate antiviral defense. Exp. Dermatol. 24, E3 (2015)
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Jochner, S.* et al.: The effects of short- and long-term air pollutants on plant phenology and leaf characteristics. Environ. Pollut. 206, 382-389 (2015)
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Jochner, S.* et al.: Seasonal variation of birch and grass pollen loads and allergen release at two sites in the German Alps. Atmos. Environ. 122, 83-93 (2015)
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Lehmann, S. et al.: Human monocyte-derived dendritic cells stimulated with specific nondigestible oligosaccharides mimicking the functionality of breast milk oligosaccharides induce CD4+Foxp3high T cells. Exp. Dermatol. 24, E21 (2015)
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Lehmann, S. et al.: In vitro evidence for immune-modulatory properties of non-digestible oligosaccharides: Direct effect on human monocyte derived dendritic cells. PLoS ONE 10:e0132304 (2015)
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Oeder, S. et al.: Particulate matter from both heavy fuel oil and diesel fuel shipping emissions show strong biological effects on human lung cells at realistic and comparable in vitro exposure conditions. PLoS ONE 10:e0126536 (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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Oteros, J. et al.: Automatic and online pollen monitoring. Int. Arch. Allergy Immunol. 167, 158-166 (2015)
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Wimmer, M. et al.: Pollen-derived adenosine is a necessary co-factor for ragweed allergy. Allergy 70, 944-954 (2015)