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Occupational Asthma Induced by the Reactive Dye Synozol Red-K 3BS

Jin HJ, Kim JH, Kim JE, Ye YM, Park HS

Various reactive dyes can elicit occupational asthma in exposed textile industry workers. To date, there has been no report of occupational asthma caused by the red dye Synozol Red-K 3BS...
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Mesenchymal Stem Cell Transfer Suppresses Airway Remodeling in a Toluene Diisocyanate-Induced Murine Asthma Model

Lee SH, Jang AS, Kwon JH, Park SK, Won JH, Park CS

PURPOSE: Severe asthma is characterized by high medication requirements to maintain good disease control or by persistent symptoms despite high medication use. The transfer of bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells...
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The Role of Plasmacytoid and Myeloid Dendritic Cells in Induction of Asthma in a Mouse Model and the Effect of a TLR9 Agonist on Dendritic Cells

Mo JH, Chung YJ, Hayashi T, Lee J, Raz E

PURPOSE: To determine the role of plasmacytoid dendritic cells (pDC) and myeloid dendritic cells (mDC) in priming effector T cells to induce allergy, and to evaluate the effect of immunostimulatory...
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Vancomycin-Associated Spontaneous Cutaneous Adverse Drug Reactions

An SY, Hwang EK, Kim JH, Kim JE, Jin HJ, Jin SM, Kyun JO, Lee YH, Park HS, Choi YW, Lim SK, Ye YM

PURPOSE: With the increase in vancomycin use, adverse drug reactions (ADRs) associated with vancomycin have been reported increasingly more often. However, the characteristics of cutaneous ADRs with and without systemic...
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Increased Expression and Role of Thymic Stromal Lymphopoietin in Nasal Polyposis

Kimura S, Pawankar R, Mori S, Nonaka M, Masuno S, Yagi T, Okubo K

PURPOSE: Nasal polyposis is a chronic inflammatory disease of the upper airways often associated with asthma and characterized by markedly increased numbers of eosinophils, Th2 type lymphocytes, fibroblasts, goblet cells...
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Personal Factors Affecting Therapeutic Responses to BCG Vaccination in Asthmatics

Choi IS, Han ER, Kim YJ, Yoon JY, Kim SS, Seo IK, Jang YJ, Park CS

PURPOSE: Bacille Calmette-Guerin (BCG) vaccination has been reported to be an effective treatment for asthma in several animal models. This study investigated whether the response to BCG treatment in asthma...
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Regulatory B Cells and Allergic Diseases

Noh G, Lee JH

B cells are generally considered to positively regulate immune responses by producing antigen-specific antibodies. B cells are classified into classical CD5- conventional B cells and CD5+ B1 cells. The latter...
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Occupational Asthma: Etiologies and Risk Factors

Vandenplas O

The purpose of this article is to critically review the available evidence pertaining to occupational, environmental, and individual factors that can affect the development of occupational asthma (OA). Increasing evidence...
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Management of Rhinitis: Allergic and Non-Allergic

Tran NP, Vickery J, Blaiss MS

Rhinitis is a global problem and is defined as the presence of at least one of the following: congestion, rhinorrhea, sneezing, nasal itching, and nasal obstruction. The two major classifications...
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Role of TSLP in Nasal Polyp Inflammation

Kim JH, Jin HJ, Nam YH, Park HS

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Congratulations are due to Allergy, Asthma, & Immunology Research (AAIR) on being listed in Web of Science (SCIE)

Park CS

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