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Bronchial provocation tests in etiologic diagnosis and analysis of asthma.
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Enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) for IgG and IgE antibodies to protein and polysaccharide antigens of Aspergillus fumigatus
ELISA has emerged as a useful alternative to other more costly and complex tests. Polystyrene microhaemagglutination plates have been used as solid phase to absorb Aspergillus fumigatus protein andExpand
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Types of allergic reaction
  • J. Pepys
  • Medicine
  • Clinical allergy
  • 1 December 1973
The term 'allergy' (von Pirquet, 1906) can be summarized as the 'acquired, specific, altered capacity to react*. Each component of the definition has not only immunological, but also well-definedExpand
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Five-year follow-up of allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis.
A retrospective study of 50 patients with allergic, bronchopulmonary aspergillosis observed during a period of 5 years showed that the untreated patients had a chronic course characterized by airwayExpand
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Toluene di‐isocyanate‐induced asthma I. Reactions to TDI, MDI, HDI and histamine
A group of twenty‐four workers handling di‐isocyanates and with respiratory disease were investigated by occupational‐type bronchial provocation tests for sensitivity to toluene di‐isocyanate (TDI),Expand
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Hypersensitivity diseases of the lungs due to fungi and organic dusts.
  • J. Pepys
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Monographs in allergy
  • 1969
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Inhibitory effects of disodium cromoglycate on allergen-inhalation tests.
Abstract Inhalation of disodium cromoglycate inhibited all the allergic reactions produced by the inhalation of the appropriate allergens in: ( a ) 5 asthmatic patients who gave immediate asthmaticExpand
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Clinical and immunologic significance of Aspergillus fumigatus in the sputum.
The importance of air-borne fungal spores as allergens in man is being increasingly recognized. Of the fungi, the Aspergillus genus, and in particular A. fumigatus, was first reported by V. LeeuwenExpand
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Precipitin (F.L.H.) Test in Farmer's Lung
Farmer's lung may be defined as the disease resulting from the inhalation of the dust of mouldy hay and of other mouldy vegetable materials, with symptoms and signs attributable to a reaction in theExpand
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