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dander

 [dan´der]
small scales from the hair or feathers of animals, which may be a cause of allergy in sensitive persons.

dan·der

(dan'dĕr),
1. A fine scaling of the skin and scalp.
See also: dandruff.
2. A normal effluvium of animal hair or coat capable of causing allergic responses in atopic persons.

dander

/dan·der/ (dan´der) small scales from the hair or feathers of animals, which may be a cause of allergy in sensitive persons.

dander

(dăn′dər)
n.
Scurf from the coat or feathers of various animals, often of an allergenic nature.

dander

dry scales shed from the scalp.

dander

 Desquamated epithelium, and a mixture of microorganisms, hair and sebum from domestic animals–dogs and cats, which evokes allergic reactions in atopic persons

dan·der

(dan'dĕr)
1. A fine scaling of the skin and scalp.
See also: dandruff
2. A normal effluvium of animal hair or coat capable of causing allergic responses in atopic people.

dander

Small scales of animal skin, hair or feathers. Dander commonly cause allergic effects, especially ASTHMA.

dander

animal hair, skin or feather particles that trigger allergic reaction in sensitive individuals

dander

small scales from the hair or feathers of animals, which may be a cause of allergy in sensitive persons.
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But they got Soutif's dander up to the point where he perversely wishes to deny his countryman the claims I made for his international stature.