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Intolerance to aspirin. Clinical studies and consideration of its pathogenesis.
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Concerning the nature of intolerance to aspirin.
Abstract (1) Intolerance to aspirin is not uncommon in individuals near middle age who, as a rule, do not have a history of atopy. It is characterized by changes in the skin and respiratory mucousExpand
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Antigens, Lymphoid Cells, and the Immune Response
It is a pleasure to welcome this new venture by the seasoned editors of Advances in Immunology . It is apparent—and should be considered a compliment—that the organization of the chapters of AdvancesExpand
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Resistance and allergy to recombinant human insulin.
Insulin allergy and antibody-mediated resistance may complicate therapy with animal insulins. We describe a 53-year-old man manifesting both resistance and persistent systemic allergy despiteExpand
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Eosinophils--nominated but not elected.
  • M. Samter
  • Medicine
  • The New England journal of medicine
  • 13 November 1980
Resolved, that we agree with Walter B. Cannon's dictum that "What happens in our bodies is directed toward a useful end," what, then, is the useful end of the eosinophil? Certainly, the eosinophil ...
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On the impossible
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The response of eosinophils in the guinea pig to sensitization, anaphylaxis and various drugs.
1. The eosinophilic response of the guinea pig sensitized and reinjected with the specific antigen varies with the nature of the antigen used, but also with the individual guinea pig in anyExpand
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Intolerance to Aspirin
Abstract Angioedema and rhinitis, nasal polyposis, and bronchial asthma of aspirin-sensitive patients are acquired diseases that develop, as a rule, after middle age in predominantly nonatopic pati...
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