Inhaled allergen bronchoprovocation tests.

@article{Diamant2013InhaledAB,
  title={Inhaled allergen bronchoprovocation tests.},
  author={Zuzana Diamant and Gail M Gauvreau and Don W. Cockcroft and L. -P. Boulet and Peter J. Sterk and Frans H. C. de Jongh and Barbro Dahl{\'e}n and Paul M O'Byrne},
  journal={The Journal of allergy and clinical immunology},
  year={2013},
  volume={132 5},
  pages={1045-1055.e6}
}
The allergen bronchoprovocation test is a long-standing exacerbation model of allergic asthma that can induce several clinical and pathophysiologic features of asthma in sensitized subjects. Standardized allergen challenge is primarily a research tool, and when properly conducted by qualified and experienced investigators, it is safe and highly reproducible. In combination with validated airway sampling and sensitive detection techniques, allergen challenge allows the study of several features… CONTINUE READING

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In combination with validated airway sampling and sensitive detection techniques , allergen challenge allows the study of several features of the physiology of mainly TH2 cell - driven asthma in relation to the kinetics of the underlying airway pathology occurring during the allergen - induced late response .
In combination with validated airway sampling and sensitive detection techniques , allergen challenge allows the study of several features of the physiology of mainly TH2 cell - driven asthma in relation to the kinetics of the underlying airway pathology occurring during the allergen - induced late response .
In combination with validated airway sampling and sensitive detection techniques , allergen challenge allows the study of several features of the physiology of mainly TH2 cell - driven asthma in relation to the kinetics of the underlying airway pathology occurring during the allergen - induced late response .
In combination with validated airway sampling and sensitive detection techniques , allergen challenge allows the study of several features of the physiology of mainly TH2 cell - driven asthma in relation to the kinetics of the underlying airway pathology occurring during the allergen - induced late response .
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