The possible mechanisms of the human microbiome in allergic diseases

@article{Ipci2016ThePM,
  title={The possible mechanisms of the human microbiome in allergic diseases},
  author={Kagan Ipci and Niyazi Altıntoprak and Nuray Bayar Muluk and Mehmet Fatih Șenturk and Cemal Cingi},
  journal={European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology},
  year={2016},
  volume={274},
  pages={617-626}
}
In the present paper, we discuss the importance of the microbiome in allergic disease. In this review paper, the data from the Medline (PubMed) and search engine of Kirikkale University were systematically searched for all relevant articles in June 15th, 2015 for the past 30 years. The keywords of “microbiome”, “dysbiosis”, “allergy”, “allergic rhinitis”, “allergic disease”, “mechanisms” and “treatment” were used alone or together. In this paper, microbiomes were presented in terms of… 
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