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    1. Creticos, PS
      The consideration of immunotherapy in the treatment of allergic asthma

      ANNALS OF ALLERGY ASTHMA & IMMUNOLOGY
    2. Erickson, CH; McLeod, RL; Mingo, GG; Egan, RW; Pedersen, OF; Hey, JA
      Comparative oral and topical decongestant effects of phenylpropanolamine and d-pseudoephedrine

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF RHINOLOGY
    3. Leynadier, F; Banoun, L; Dollois, B; Terrier, P; Epstein, M; Guinnepain, MT; Firon, D; Traube, C; Fadel, R; Andre, C
      Immunotherapy with a calcium phosphate-adsorbed five-grass-pollen extract in seasonal rhinoconjunctivitis: a double-blind, placebo-controlled study

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY
    4. Mezei, G; Varga, L; Veres, A; Fust, G; Cserhati, E
      Complement activation in the nasal mucosa following nasal ragweed-allergenchallenge

      PEDIATRIC ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    5. Marcucci, F; Sensi, L; Frati, F; Senna, GE; Canonica, GW; Parmiani, S; Passalacqua, G
      Sublingual tryptase and ECP in children treated with grass pollen sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT): safety and immunologic implications

      ALLERGY
    6. Holm, A; Dijkstra, M; Kleinjan, A; Severijnen, LA; Boks, S; Mulder, P; Fokkens, W
      Fluticasone propionate aqueous nasal spray reduces inflammatory cells in unchallenged allergic nasal mucosa: Effects of single allergen challenge

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    7. Turner, P; Dear, J; Scadding, G; Foreman, JC
      Role of kinins in seasonal allergic rhinitis: Icatibant, a bradykinin B-2 receptor antagonist, abolishes the hyperresponsiveness and nasal eosinophilia induced by antigen

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    8. Sigsgaard, T; Bonefeld-Jorgensen, EC; Kjaergaard, SK; Mamas, S; Pedersen, OF
      Cytokine release from the nasal mucosa and whole blood after experimental exposures to organic dusts

      EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL
    9. Malm, L; van Wijk, RG; Bachert, C
      Guidelines for nasal provocations with aspects on nasal patency, airflow, and airflow resistance

      RHINOLOGY
    10. Baroody, FM; Naclerio, RM
      Antiallergic effects of H-1-receptor antagonists

      ALLERGY
    11. Nelson, HS
      The use of standardized extracts in allergen immunotherapy

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    12. Avila, PC; Abisheganaden, JA; Wong, H; Liu, J; Yagi, S; Schnurr, D; Kishiyama, JL; Boushey, HA
      Effects of allergic inflammation of the nasal mucosa on the severity of rhinovirus 16 cold

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    13. Creticos, PS
      The consideration of immunotherapy in the treatment of allergic asthma

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    14. Vinuya, RZ
      Specific allergen immunotherapy for allergic rhinitis and asthma

      PEDIATRIC ANNALS
    15. Rachelefsky, GS
      National guidelines needed to manage rhinitis and prevent complications

      ANNALS OF ALLERGY ASTHMA & IMMUNOLOGY
    16. Keles, N; Ilicali, C; Deger, K
      The effects of different levels of air pollution on atopy and symptoms of allergic rhinitis

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF RHINOLOGY
    17. Noga, O; Brunnee, T; Schaper, C; Kunkel, G
      Heparin, derived from the mast cells of human lungs is responsible for thegeneration of kinins in allergic reactions due to the activation of the contact system

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    18. Sanico, AM; Koliatsos, VE; Stanisz, AM; Bienenstock, J; Togias, A
      Neural hyperresponsiveness and nerve growth factor in allergic rhinitis

      INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY
    19. Garcia-Gonzalez, JJ; Bartolome-Zavala, B; Trigo-Perez, MD; Barcelo-Munoz, JM; Fernandez-Melendez, S; Negro-Carrasco, MA; Carmona-Bueno, MJ; Vega-Chicote, JM; Munoz-Roman, C; Palacios-Perlaez, R; Cabezudo-Artero, B; Martinez-Quesada, J
      Pollinosis to Ricinus communis (castor bean): an aerobiological, clinical and immunochemical study

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY
    20. Crimi, E; Voltolini, S; Minale, P; Falagiani, P
      Value of immunoglobulin E density in predicting nasal and bronchial response to inhaled allergens in rhinitic and asthmatic subjects with multiple sensitizations

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY
    21. Cuss, FM
      Beyond the histamine receptor: effect of antihistamines on mast cells

      CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY
    22. Cengizlier, R; Saraclar, Y; Tomac, N
      Evaluation of immunotherapy by nasal antigen challenge

      JOURNAL OF OTOLARYNGOLOGY
    23. Ganslmayer, M; Spertini, F; Rahm, F; Terrien, MH; Mosimann, B; Leimgruber, A
      Evaluation of acoustic rhinometry in a nasal provocation test with allergen

      ALLERGY
    24. Passalacqua, G; Albano, M; Riccio, A; Fregonese, L; Puccinelli, P; Parmiani, S; Canonica, GW
      Clinical and immunologic effects of a rush sublingual immunotherapy to Parietaria species: A double-blind, placebo-controlled trial

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    25. Jacobi, HH; Skov, PS; Poulsen, LK; Malling, HJ; Mygind, N
      Histamine and tryptase in nasal lavage fluid after allergen challenge: Effect of 1 week of pretreatment with intranasal azelastine or systemic cetirizine

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    26. Corren, J; Rachelefsky, G; Spector, S; Schanker, H; Siegel, S; Holton, D; Karcher, K; Travers, S
      Onset and duration of action of levocabastine nasal spray in atopic patients under nasal challenge conditions

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    27. Naclerio, R
      Clinical manifestations of the release of histamine and other inflammatorymediators

      JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY
    28. BAROODY FM; ROUADI P; DRISCOLL PV; BOCHNER BS; NACLERIO RM
      INTRANASAL BECLOMETHASONE REDUCES ALLERGEN-INDUCED SYMPTOMS AND SUPERFICIAL MUCOSAL EOSINOPHILIA WITHOUT AFFECTING SUBMUCOSAL INFLAMMATION

      American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine
    29. JACOBI HH; POULSEN LK; REIMERT CM; SKOV PS; ULFGREN AK; JONES I; ELFMAN LB; MALLING HJ; MYGIND N
      IL-8 AND THE ACTIVATION OF EOSINOPHILS AND NEUTROPHILS FOLLOWING NASAL ALLERGEN CHALLENGE

      International archives of allergy and immunology
    30. CIPRANDI G; RICCA V; LANDI M; PASSALACQUA G; BAGNASCO M; CANONICA GW
      ALLERGEN-SPECIFIC NASAL CHALLENGE - RESPONSE KINETICS OF CLINICAL ANDINFLAMMATORY EVENTS TO RECHALLENGE

      International archives of allergy and immunology
    31. GORSKI P; KRAKOWIAK A; PAZDRAK K; PALCZYNSKI C; RUTA U; WALUSIAK J
      NASAL CHALLENGE TEST IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF ALLERGIC RESPIRATORY-DISEASES IN SUBJECTS OCCUPATIONALLY EXPOSED TO A HIGH-MOLECULAR ALLERGEN (FLOUR)

      Occupational medicine
    32. PIRILA T; NUUTINEN J
      ACOUSTIC RHINOMETRY, RHINOMANOMETRY AND THE AMOUNT OF NASAL SECRETIONIN THE CLINICAL MONITORING OF THE NASAL PROVOCATION TEST

      Clinical and experimental allergy
    33. CIPRANDI G; RICCA V; PASSALACQUA G; FASOLO A; CANONICA GW
      INTRANASAL FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE REDUCES ICAM-1 ON NASAL EPITHELIAL-CELLS BOTH DURING EARLY AND LATE-PHASE AFTER ALLERGEN CHALLENGE

      Clinical and experimental allergy
    34. JACOBI HH; SKOV PS; KAMPEN GT; POULSEN LK; REIMERT CM; BINDSLEVJENSEN C; PRAETORIUS C; MALLING HJ; MYGIND N
      HISTAMINE AND TRYPTASE IN NASAL LAVAGE FLUID FOLLOWING CHALLENGE WITHMETHACHOLINE AND ALLERGEN

      Clinical and experimental allergy
    35. SANICO AM; PHILIP G; PROUD D; NACLERIO RM; TOGIAS A
      COMPARISON OF NASAL MUCOSAL RESPONSIVENESS TO NEURONAL STIMULATION INNONALLERGIC AND ALLERGIC RHINITIS - EFFECTS OF CAPSAICIN NASAL CHALLENGE

      Clinical and experimental allergy
    36. JEAN R; RUFIN P; JAUBERT F; JEAN C
      EVALUATION OF NASAL FUNCTION IN CHILDREN

      Revue francaise d'allergologie et d'immunologie clinique
    37. WANG D; DUYCK F; SMITZ J; CLEMENT P
      EFFICACY AND ONSET OF ACTION OF FLUTICASONE PROPIONATE AQUEOUS NASAL SPRAY ON NASAL SYMPTOMS, EOSINOPHIL COUNT, AND MEDIATOR RELEASE AFTER NASAL ALLERGEN CHALLENGE IN PATIENTS WITH SEASONAL ALLERGIC RHINITIS

      Allergy
    38. JEAN R; RUFIN P; PFISTER A; LANDAIS P; WAERNESSYCKLE S; DEBLIC J; SCHEINMANN P
      DIAGNOSTIC-VALUE OF NASAL PROVOCATION CHALLENGE WITH ALLERGENS IN CHILDREN

      Allergy
    39. NACLERIO RM; BAROODY F
      UNDERSTANDING THE INFLAMMATORY PROCESSES IN UPPER ALLERGIC AIRWAY DISEASE AND ASTHMA

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    40. REIDER N; ZLOCZOWER M; FRITSCH P; KOFLER H
      ANTIHISTAMINES - PART-1

      Hautarzt
    41. WANG DY; SMITZ J; DEWAELE M; CLEMENT P
      EFFECT OF TOPICAL APPLICATIONS OF BUDESONIDE AND AZELASTINE ON NASAL SYMPTOMS, EOSINOPHIL COUNT AND MEDIATOR RELEASE IN ATOPIC PATIENTS AFTER NASAL ALLERGEN CHALLENGE DURING THE POLLEN SEASON

      International archives of allergy and immunology
    42. BAUMGARTEN CR; OCONNOR A; DOKIC D; SCHULTZ KD; KUNKEL G
      SUBSTANCE-P IS GENERATED IN-VIVO FOLLOWING NASAL CHALLENGE OF ALLERGIC INDIVIDUALS WITH BRADYKININ

      Clinical and experimental allergy
    43. ZHANG M; PENG B; NIEHUS J; BAUMGARTEN CR; BRUNNEE T; THALHOFER S; DOROW P; KUNKEL G
      KININ GENERATION IN ACUTE PNEUMONIA AND CHRONIC-BRONCHITIS

      The European respiratory journal
    44. PRASANNA A; MURTHY PSN
      VASOMOTOR RHINITIS AND SPHENOPALATINE GANGLION BLOCK

      Journal of pain and symptom management
    45. WANG D; SMITZ J; WATERSCHOOT S; CLEMENT P
      AN APPROACH TO THE UNDERSTANDING OF THE NASAL EARLY-PHASE REACTION INDUCED BY NASAL ALLERGEN CHALLENGE

      Allergy
    46. NACLERIO RM
      PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF PERENNIAL ALLERGIC RHINITIS

      Allergy
    47. CLEMENT PAR
      RHINOMANOMETRY

      Allergy
    48. NACLERIO RM; ADKINSON NF; MOYLAN B; BAROODY FM; PROUD D; KAGEYSOBOTKA A; LICHTENSTEIN LM; HAMILTON R
      NASAL PROVOCATION WITH ALLERGEN INDUCES A SECONDARY SERUM IGE ANTIBODY-RESPONSE

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    49. NACLERIO RM; PROUD D; MOYLAN B; BALCER S; FREIDHOFF L; KAGEYSOBOTKA A; LICHTENSTEIN LM; CRETICOS PS; HAMILTON RG; NORMAN PS
      A DOUBLE-BLIND-STUDY OF THE DISCONTINUATION OF RAGWEED IMMUNOTHERAPY

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    50. FAUQUERT JL
      THE STUDY OF POLLENS IN THE AUVERGNE REGI ON OF FRANCE AND CHILDHOOD ALLERGIC DISEASES

      Annales de pediatrie
    51. PIRILA T; TALVISARA A; ALHO OP; OJA H
      PHYSIOLOGICAL FLUCTUATIONS IN NASAL RESISTANCE MAY INTERFERE WITH NASAL MONITORING IN THE NASAL PROVOCATION TEST

      Acta oto-laryngologica
    52. MAJIMA M; NISHIYAMA K; IGUCHI Y; YAO K; OGINO M; OHNO T; SUNAHARA N; KATOH K; TATEMICHI N; TAKEI Y; KATORI M
      DETERMINATION OF BRADYKININ-(1-5) IN INFLAMMATORY EXUDATE BY A NEW ELISA AS A RELIABLE INDICATOR OF BRADYKININ GENERATION

      Inflammation research
    53. CANTANI A; RAGNO V; MONTELEONE MA; LUCENTI P; BUSINCO L
      ENZYME-POTENTIATED DESENSITIZATION IN CHILDREN WITH ASTHMA AND MITE ALLERGY - A DOUBLE-BLIND-STUDY

      Journal of investigational allergology & clinical immunology
    54. WANG DY; SMITZ J; DERDE MP; CLEMENT P
      CONCENTRATIONS OF MYELOPEROXIDASE IN NASAL SECRETIONS OF ATOPIC PATIENTS AFTER NASAL ALLERGEN CHALLENGE AND DURING NATURAL ALLERGEN EXPOSURE

      International archives of allergy and immunology
    55. NIELSEN LP; BJERKE T; CHRISTENSEN MB; PEDERSEN B; RASMUSSEN TR; DAHL R
      ASSESSMENT OF THE ALLERGIC REACTION IN SEASONAL RHINITIS - ACOUSTIC RHINOMETRY IS A SENSITIVE AND OBJECTIVE METHOD

      Clinical and experimental allergy
    56. DJUKANOVIC R; WILSON SJ; HOWARTH PH
      PATHOLOGY OF RHINITIS AND BRONCHIAL-ASTHMA

      Clinical and experimental allergy
    57. BIRCHALL MA; HENDERSON JC; PRIDE NB; FULLER RW
      A COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF AN ALPHA-AGONIST, AN ANTIMUSCARINIC AGENT AND PLACEBO ON INTRANASAL HISTAMINE CHALLENGE IN ALLERGIC RHINITIS

      Clinical otolaryngology and allied sciences
    58. DOKIC D; NETHE A; KLEINETEBBE J; KUNKEL G; BAUMGARTEN CR
      MEDIATOR RELEASE IS ALTERED IN IMMUNOTHERAPY-TREATED PATIENTS - A 4-YEAR STUDY

      Allergy
    59. CIPRANDI G; PRONZATO C; PASSALACQUA G; RICCA V; BAGNASCO M; GROGEN J; MELA GS; CANONICA GW
      TOPICAL AZELASTINE REDUCES EOSINOPHIL ACTIVATION AND INTERCELLULAR-ADHESION MOLECULE-1 EXPRESSION ON NASAL EPITHELIAL-CELLS - AN ANTIALLERGIC ACTIVITY

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    60. WANG DY; CLEMENT P; SMITZ J
      EFFECT OF H-1 AND H-2 ANTAGONISTS ON NASAL SYMPTOMS AND MEDIATOR RELEASE IN ATOPIC PATIENTS AFTER NASAL ALLERGEN CHALLENGE DURING THE POLLEN SEASON

      Acta oto-laryngologica
    61. NACLERIO RM; PROUD D; KAGEYSOBOTKA A; LICHTENSTEIN LM; THOMPSON M; TOGIAS A
      COLD DRY AIR-INDUCED RHINITIS - EFFECT OF INHALATION AND EXHALATION THROUGH THE NOSE

      Journal of applied physiology
    62. WANG D; CLEMENT P; SMITZ J; DERDE MP
      RELEVANCE OF HISTAMINE AND TRYPTASE CONCENTRATIONS IN NASAL SECRETIONS AFTER NASAL CHALLENGES WITH PHOSPHATE BUFFERED SALINE AND ALLERGEN

      Mediators of inflammation
    63. DAMATO G; KORDASH TR; LICCARDI G; LOBEFALO G; CAZZOLA M; FRESHWATER LL
      IMMUNOTHERAPY WITH ALPARE(TM) IN PATIENTS WITH RESPIRATORY ALLERGY TOPARIETARIA POLLEN - A 2-YEAR DOUBLE-BLIND PLACEBO-CONTROLLED STUDY

      Clinical and experimental allergy
    64. WANG DY; SMITZ J; CLEMENT P
      PROSTAGLANDIN-D2 MEASUREMENT IN NASAL SECRETIONS IS NOT A RELIABLE MARKER FOR MAST-CELL ACTIVATION IN ATOPIC PATIENTS

      Clinical and experimental allergy
    65. WANG D; CLEMENT P
      ASSESSMENT OF EARLY-PHASE AND LATE-PHASE NASAL OBSTRUCTION IN ATOPIC PATIENTS AFTER NASAL ALLERGEN CHALLENGE

      Clinical otolaryngology and allied sciences
    66. WIHL JA; BAUMGARTEN CR; PETERSSON G
      CONTRALATERAL DIFFERENCES AMONG BIOMARKERS DETERMINED BY A MODIFIED NASAL LAVAGE TECHNIQUE AFTER UNILATERAL ANTIGEN CHALLENGE

      Allergy
    67. HILBERG O; GRYMER LF; PEDERSEN OF
      NASAL HISTAMINE CHALLENGE IN NONALLERGIC AND ALLERGIC SUBJECTS EVALUATED BY ACOUSTIC RHINOMETRY

      Allergy
    68. BAUR X; CZUPPON A
      DIAGNOSTIC VALIDATION OF SPECIFIC IGE ANTIBODY CONCENTRATIONS, SKIN PRICK TESTING, AND CHALLENGE TESTS IN CHEMICAL WORKERS WITH SYMPTOMS OFSENSITIVITY TO DIFFERENT ANHYDRIDES

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    69. SEROKY JT; ALPER CM; TABARI R; DOYLE WJ
      EFFECTS OF INTRANASAL CHALLENGE WITH HISTAMINE, BRADYKININ AND PROSTAGLANDIN ON MIDDLE-EAR PRESSURE AND BLOOD-FLOW IN CYNOMOLGUS MONKEYS

      Acta oto-laryngologica
    70. LAI VWS; COREY JP
      THE USE OF ACOUSTIC RHINOMETRY TO QUANTITATIVELY ASSESS CHANGES AFTERINTRANASAL ALLERGEN CHALLENGE

      American journal of rhinology
    71. CIPRANDI G; BUSCAGLIA S; PESCE G; LOTTI R; ROLANDO M; BAGNASCO M; CANONICA GW
      EFFECTS OF CONJUNCTIVAL HYPEROSMOLAR CHALLENGE IN ALLERGIC SUBJECTS AND NORMAL CONTROLS

      International archives of allergy and immunology
    72. MINOTTI DA
      ALLERGIC RHINITIS AND SINUSITIS

      Immunology and allergy clinics of North America
    73. BIRCHALL MA; HENDERSON JC; STUDHAM JM; PRIDE NB; FULLER RW
      THE EFFECT OF TOPICAL SODIUM CROMOGLYCATE ON INTRANASAL HISTAMINE CHALLENGE IN ALLERGIC RHINITIS

      Clinical otolaryngology and allied sciences
    74. NISH WA; CHARLESWORTH EN; DAVIS TL; WHISMAN BA; VALTIER S; CHARLESWORTH MG; LEIFERMAN KM
      THE EFFECT OF IMMUNOTHERAPY ON THE CUTANEOUS LATE-PHASE RESPONSE TO ANTIGEN

      Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
    75. MIADONNA A; COTTINI M; CANDIANI C; TEDESCHI A
      MODULATION OF ALLERGEN-INDUCED NASAL SYMPTOMS AND MEDIATOR RELEASE BYTREATMENT WITH N-ACETYL-ASPARTYL-GLUTAMATE (ZY15106)

      European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology
    76. CAMPBELL AM; BOUSQUET J
      ANTIALLERGIC ACTIVITY OF H-1 BLOCKERS

      International archives of allergy and immunology
    77. BAUR X
      NASAL CHALLENGE TESTS WITH FLOUR EXTRACTS

      Allergologie
    78. BIRCHALL MA; SCHROTER RC; PRIDE NB
      CHANGES IN NASAL MUCOSAL BLOOD FLUX AND AIR-FLOW RESISTANCE ON UNILATERAL HISTAMINE CHALLENGE

      Clinical otolaryngology and allied sciences
    79. PLAVEC D; SOMOGYIZALUD E; GODNICCVAR J
      NONSPECIFIC NASAL RESPONSIVENESS IN WORKERS OCCUPATIONALLY EXPOSED TORESPIRATORY IRRITANTS

      American journal of industrial medicine
    80. NACLERIO RM
      THE EFFECT OF ANTIHISTAMINES ON THE IMMEDIATE ALLERGIC RESPONSE - A COMPARATIVE REVIEW

      Otolaryngology and head and neck surgery
    81. MAGYAR P; GYORI Z; MARK Z; HUTAS I
      THE PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF N-ACETYL-ASPARTYL-GLUTAMATE (NAAGA) AGAINST NASAL OBSTRUCTION PROVOKED BY ANTIGEN IN ALLERGIC RHINITIS

      Allergy
    82. HORAK F
      SEASONAL ALLERGIC RHINITIS - NEWER TREATMENT APPROACHES

      Drugs
    83. NACLERIO RM
      EFFECTS OF ANTIHISTAMINES ON INFLAMMATORY MEDIATORS

      Annals of allergy


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