IgE, IgG and patient-self tests during slow hyposensitization to grass pollen.

Abstract

Twenty-two patients with severe hay fever unrelieved by antihistamines in previous years were slowly hyposensitized with alum-precipitated pyridine grass pollen extracts. Their responses were objectively assessed as very good (55%), good (18%) or improved (23%). Two mechanisms were detected: (i) an increase in serum blocking activity in 59% and (ii) the… (More)

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@article{Blair1975IgEIA, title={IgE, IgG and patient-self tests during slow hyposensitization to grass pollen.}, author={H. Blair and Amaka Ezeoke and Jeremy Hobbs}, journal={Clinical allergy}, year={1975}, volume={5 3}, pages={263-70} }