[Did glucan in indoor environment cause respiratory tract inflammation?].

Abstract

Three children living in a house affected by mould manifested severe airways and general symptoms indicative of non-specific airways inflammation. Measurement of airborne (1-->3)-beta-D-glucan, a cell wall constituent in moulds, yielded values ranging from 22 to 115 ng/m3, as compared to normal values of some few ng/m3. On moving to relatives, all three… (More)

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@article{Rylander1998DidGI, title={[Did glucan in indoor environment cause respiratory tract inflammation?].}, author={Ragnar C. Rylander and Birgitta Fogelmark and Bodin Danielsson}, journal={Lakartidningen}, year={1998}, volume={95 14}, pages={1562-3} }