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Incidence ofCladosporium, alternaria and total fungal spores in the atmosphere of melbourne (Australia) over three years
A Burkard spore trap was used to monitor daily fungal spore counts in the atmosphere of Melbourne (Australia) between October 1991 and December 1994. Annual total spore counts varied widely (rangeExpand
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Grass pollen in the atmosphere of Melbourne: Seasonal distribution over nine years
Abstract Both the seasonal and diurnal incidence of grass pollen in the atmosphere of Melbourne have been established using data from seven pollen seasons (1975–1980 and 1991–1993). Grass pollenExpand
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Transcriptional Changes in the Hookworm, Ancylostoma caninum, during the Transition from a Free-Living to a Parasitic Larva
Background Third-stage larvae (L3) of the canine hookworm, Ancylostoma caninum, undergo arrested development preceding transmission to a host. Many of the mRNAs up-regulated at this stage are likelyExpand
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Seasonal distribution of pollen in the atmosphere of melbourne: an airborne pollen calendar
Environmental monitoring of pollen grains in the atmosphere of Melbourne has been achieved using Burkard volumetric traps. Twenty-two families of flowering plants and confiers were identified in theExpand
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Helicobacter pylori infection promotes methylation and silencing of trefoil factor 2, leading to gastric tumor development in mice and humans.
BACKGROUND & AIMS Trefoil factors (TFFs) regulate mucosal repair and suppress tumor formation in the stomach. Tff1 deficiency results in gastric cancer, whereas Tff2 deficiency increases gastricExpand
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Effect of herbicidal application of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid in Arabidopsis
The whole genome expression pattern of Arabidopsis in response to the auxinic herbicide 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D) was evaluated using the Affymetrix ATH1-121501 array. Arabidopsis plantsExpand
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Immunological relationships among group I and group V allergens from grass pollen.
Specific IgE antibodies have been affinity-purified from recombinant grass pollen allergens, and used to identify isoforms of the two major allergens of rye-grass pollen, Lol p I and Lol p V andExpand
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Gender-enriched transcripts in Haemonchus contortus--predicted functions and genetic interactions based on comparative analyses with Caenorhabditis elegans.
In the present study, a bioinformatic-microarray approach was employed for the analysis of selected expressed sequence tags (ESTs) from Haemonchus contortus, a key parasitic nematode of smallExpand
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A Human Monoclonal IgE Antibody Defines a Highly Allergenic Fragment of the Major Timothy Grass Pollen Allergen, Phl p 5: Molecular, Immunological, and Structural Characterization of the
Almost 90% of grass pollen-allergic patients are sensitized against group 5 grass pollen allergens. We isolated a monoclonal human IgE Fab out of a combinatorial library prepared from lymphocytes ofExpand
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Plant homologue of human excision repair gene ERCC1 points to conservation of DNA repair mechanisms.
Nucleotide excision repair (NER), a highly versatile DNA repair mechanism, is capable of removing various types of DNA damage including those induced by UV radiation and chemical mutagens. NER hasExpand
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