1 From Mouse to Man : Translational Value of Animal Models of Allergic Rhinitis

@inproceedings{Wagner20121FM,
  title={1 From Mouse to Man : Translational Value of Animal Models of Allergic Rhinitis},
  author={James G. Wagner and Jack R. Harkema},
  year={2012}
}
Allergic rhinitis (AR) is the most prevalent atopic disease in the world, affecting 10-20% of the population or up to 600 million people (Asher et al. 2006; Meltzer and Bukstein 2011). Data from multi-year international studies show that the incidence of upper airway allergy is greater than that for asthma, and since 1994 the prevalence of AR has increased more rapidly than allergic asthma (Asher et al. 2006; Weinmayr et al. 2008). The common clinical definition of AR is nasal obstruction… CONTINUE READING

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