Occupational Rhinoconjunctivitis Induced by Unusual Allergens of Carrot.

@article{SnchezGuerrero2020OccupationalRI,
  title={Occupational Rhinoconjunctivitis Induced by Unusual Allergens of Carrot.},
  author={I. S{\'a}nchez-Guerrero and A. Nieto and J. Meseguer and M. Navarro and M. P. L{\'o}pez S{\'a}ez and M. Magdalena and N. S{\'a}nchez P{\'e}rez and F. Pineda and J. L. L{\'o}pez S{\'a}nchez},
  journal={Journal of investigational allergology \& clinical immunology},
  year={2020},
  pages={
          0
        }
}
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