Seasonal variation in airway hyperresponsiveness and natural exposure to house dust mite allergens in patients with asthma.

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Nonspecific airway hyperresponsiveness is a fundamental characteristic of patients with asthma and can be influenced by several stimuli. In nine patients with asthma and an isolated allergy to house dust mite, the variation of natural exposure to the house dust mite allergen Der p I and the corresponding changes in nonspecific airway hyperresponsiveness… (More)

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