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Allergenic pollen pollinosis in Madrid.
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The population of Madrid is exposed to high concentrations of allergenic pollen from February to July, although the most intense period is from May to June, which is the most important cause of pollinosis in this area. Expand
Allergenic pollen and pollinosis in Madrid
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The population of Madrid is exposed to high concentrations of allergenic pollen from February to July, although the most intense period is from May to June, when Grass pollens are the most important cause of pollinosis in this area. Expand
Changes in IgM and IgG antibody concentrations in brucellosis over time: importance for diagnosis and follow-up.
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The results show that ELISA is an excellent method for diagnosis and follow-up of brucellosis and that in most cases, Brucella antibodies, although falling to low levels, remained measurable. Expand
Platanus pollen as an important cause of pollinosis.
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Platanus pollen is an important cause of pollinosis in Madrid and immunoblot results suggest that a 17 kd pollen protein could be a major allergen in patients with Platanuspollinosis. Expand
Cyclophosphamide Induces the Development of Early Myeloid Cells Suppressing Tumor Cell Growth by a Nitric Oxide-Dependent Mechanism1
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Whether the development of NO-producing cells may be involved in this tumor resistance in Cy-treated mice is addressed, and both the recruitment and the activation of these myeloid cells at the site of tumor challenge appear to be dependent on the presence of tumor-specific lymphocytes. Expand
Seasonal asthma caused by airborne Platanus pollen
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Patients suffering from bronchial asthma after being naturally exposed to airborne plane‐tree pollen are described, showing significant correlation between their rhinitis and asthma symptom‐scores registered on their diary cards and plane-tree pollen counts, collected using the Burkard spore trap. Expand
Development of splenic natural suppressor (NS) cells in ehrlich tumor‐bearing mice
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Lymphoproliferative assays of normal spleen cells in co‐culture with tumor‐bearing spleen Cells (TBSC) show that TBSC contain non‐specific suppressor cells able to abrogate both Con A and LPS responses, or mixed lymphocyte reaction, of normalSpleen cells, and suppression is MHC‐unrestricted, non‐prostaglandin‐mediated and greatly enhanced by Con A su‐pernatants. Expand
Novel vaccines targeting dendritic cells by coupling allergoids to nonoxidized mannan enhance allergen uptake and induce functional regulatory T cells through programmed death ligand 1.
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Allergoids conjugated to nonoxidized mannan represent suitable vaccines for AIT and are of the utmost relevance to development of therapeutic interventions in other immune tolerance-related diseases. Expand
Histones interact with anionic phospholipids with high avidity; its relevance for the binding of histone‐antihistone immune complexes
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A potential role for histones in the anticardiolipin activity detected in sera containing antihistone antibodies is suggested and these histone‐phospholipid interactions should be taken into account when evaluating the pathogenic effects of antihist one antibodies or other autoantibodies reacting with nuclear components. Expand
Early myeloid cells are high producers of nitric oxide upon CD40 plus IFN‐γ stimulation through a mechanism dependent on endogenous TNF‐α and IL‐1α
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Early myeloid cells are pointed to as an important cell source of NO once triggered by activated T cells through CD40 and IFN‐γ‐derived signals, in a mechanism involving the production of TNF‐α and / or IL‐1α. Expand
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