227 Changing Scenario of Airborne Allergens in Bangalore, India

@article{Pendakur2012227CS,
  title={227 Changing Scenario of Airborne Allergens in Bangalore, India},
  author={Anand Pendakur and B. Ramdas},
  journal={The World Allergy Organization Journal},
  year={2012},
  volume={5},
  pages={S92 - S92}
}
With phenomenal growth of Bangalore city and a distinct shift of its arboriculture in the last 2 decades, change in allergen profile has been suspected. Earlier studies reported the pollen of Partheenium, Albizia, Cassia, Ageratum and Ricinus, and dust mites D.pteronyssinus and D.farinae to be the commonest airborne allergens (Anand P and Agashe SN, Ind Journal Otolaryngol, Vol 36, no 2, 1984 and Channabasavanna GP, Final Report: Research Project H Dust Mites, DST, Gov Ind June 1983). Present… Expand
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