Allergenicity of recombinant Humulus japonicus pollen allergen 1 after combined exposure to ozone and nitrogen dioxide.

@article{Hong2018AllergenicityOR,
  title={Allergenicity of recombinant Humulus japonicus pollen allergen 1 after combined exposure to ozone and nitrogen dioxide.},
  author={Qiang Hong and Shumin Zhou and Hui Zhao and Jiaxian Peng and Yang Li and Yu Shang and Ming-hong Wu and Wei Zhang and Senlin Lu and Shuijun Li and Shen Yu and Weiqian Wang and Qingyue Wang},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
  year={2018},
  volume={234},
  pages={
          707-715
        }
}

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