aeroallergen


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aeroallergen

(âr′ō-ăl′ər-jən)
n.
Any of various airborne substances, such as pollen or spores, that can cause an allergic response.

airborne allergen

Any substance light enough to be carried by air currents and capable of evoking an immune response. 
Examples Pollens, fungal spores, algae.

aeroallergen

(ar″ō-al′ĕr-jen) [ aero- + allergen]
A particle of dust, pollen, or powder that stimulates an immune response in a sensitive person.

aeroallergen

Airborne particles, especially tree and grass pollens, that can induce allergic responses, such as hay fever (ALLERGIC RHINITIS) in sensitized people.
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It is a comparative case-control study that comprised of 110 aeroallergen sensitized patients and 40 healthy controls.
Aeroallergen sensitisation was tested using the ISAC test.
In about 35% of children with AD, food allergy is the provoking cause, and 60% of infants who had AD in the first 3 months of life were sensitized against aeroallergens by the age of 5.
On the other hand, we found that genetic factors including male sex, aeroallergen sensitivity, a diagnosis of non-asthmatic atopy, and increased eosinophil count, which may lead to a predisposition to asthma, were found with a higher rate in the group that had postnatal respiratory distress.
Aeroallergens, allergic disease, and climate change: impacts and adaptation.
Ten different aeroallergens consisting of house dust mites, grass, tree pollens, fungi, and animal dander and nine food allergens consisting of milk, egg, wheat, soy, cocoa, peanut, hazelnut, banana, and strawberry were tested.
A prospective, controlled study showing that rubber gloves are the major contributor to latex aeroallergen levels in the operating room.
The Aeroallergen Sensitivity of Asthmatic Patients in Sanliurfa.
In the coming months, the parties will enter into license agreements for each aeroallergen, defining the opt-in terms for development and commercialization.
Evaluating the relevance of aeroallergen sensitisation in atopic eczema with atopy patch test: A randomized, double-blind multicenter study.
Therefore, the present study was to determine the sensitivity of aeroallergen in patients visiting our hospital.