Neighborhood differences in exposure and sensitization to cockroach, mouse, dust mite, cat, and dog allergens in New York City.

@article{Olmedo2011NeighborhoodDI,
  title={Neighborhood differences in exposure and sensitization to cockroach, mouse, dust mite, cat, and dog allergens in New York City.},
  author={Omar E Olmedo and Inge F. Goldstein and Luis M Acosta and Adnan I Divjan and Andrew Rundle and Ginger L. Chew and Robert B. Mellins and Lori A. Hoepner and H. C. Andrews and Sara L{\'o}pez-Pintado and James W. Quinn and Frederica Perera and Rachel L Miller and Judith S. Jacobson and Matthew S. Perzanowski},
  journal={The Journal of allergy and clinical immunology},
  year={2011},
  volume={128 2},
  pages={284-292.e7}
}
BACKGROUND Asthma prevalence varies widely among neighborhoods within New York City. Exposure to mouse and cockroach allergens has been suggested as a cause. OBJECTIVE To test the hypotheses that children living in high asthma prevalence neighborhoods (HAPNs) would have higher concentrations of cockroach and mouse allergens in their homes than children in… CONTINUE READING