Evidence for a causal relationship between allergic sensitization and rhinovirus wheezing in early life.

@article{Jackson2012EvidenceFA,
  title={Evidence for a causal relationship between allergic sensitization and rhinovirus wheezing in early life.},
  author={Daniel John Jackson and Michael D Evans and Ronald E. Gangnon and Christopher J Tisler and Tressa E. Pappas and Wai-ming Lee and James E Gern and Robert F. Lemanske},
  journal={American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine},
  year={2012},
  volume={185 3},
  pages={281-5}
}
RATIONALE Aeroallergen sensitization and virus-induced wheezing are risk factors for asthma development during early childhood, but the temporal developmental sequence between them is incompletely understood. OBJECTIVE To define the developmental relationship between aeroallergen sensitization and virus-induced wheezing. METHODS A total of 285 children at high risk for allergic disease and asthma were followed prospectively from birth. The timing and etiology of viral respiratory wheezing… CONTINUE READING
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  • DOI: 10.1542
  • 2012

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