IgE-mediated sensitisation, rhinitis and asthma from occupational exposures. Smoking as a model for airborne adjuvants?

@article{Nielsen2005IgEmediatedSR,
  title={IgE-mediated sensitisation, rhinitis and asthma from occupational exposures. Smoking as a model for airborne adjuvants?},
  author={Gunnar Damg{\aa}rd Nielsen and Ole Olsen and S\oren Thor Larsen and Martinus L\ovik and Lars K{\ae}rgaard Poulsen and Christian Glue and Nanna P Brandorff and Pia Nielsen},
  journal={Toxicology},
  year={2005},
  volume={216 2-3},
  pages={87-105}
}
OBJECTIVE Airborne pollutants with adjuvant effect, called airborne adjuvants, may promote IgE-sensitisation and development of allergic airway diseases. Smoking and occupational allergen exposures were reviewed to establish a general and verified framework for hazard identification and risk assessment of adjuvant effects of airborne pollutions. METHODS The relative risks and the attributable risks of adjuvant effect of smoking were determined for co-exposures with green coffee and castor… CONTINUE READING

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