Purified recombinant A. fumigatus allergens induce different responses in mice.

@article{Kurup2001PurifiedRA,
  title={Purified recombinant A. fumigatus allergens induce different responses in mice.},
  author={Viswanath P. Kurup and Jessie Q. Xia and R. M. Crameri and David A Rickaby and Hye yeon Choi and Sabine Fl{\"u}ckiger and Kelvin Blaser and Christopher A. Dawson and Kevin John Kelly},
  journal={Clinical immunology},
  year={2001},
  volume={98 3},
  pages={
          327-36
        }
}
Aspergillus fumigatus an opportunistic fungus is associated with a number of diseases in humans. Allergy resulting from exposure to the A. fumigatus allergens has been recognized frequently. The damage caused by the disease is very striking in patients with atopy and those with cystic fibrosis. Avoidance to exposure is not feasible because A. fumigatus spores are ubiquitously distributed in the environment. Hence, immunotherapeutic regimens in severe forms of A. fumigatus allergy may have a… CONTINUE READING
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