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Erratum: Pollen-Food Allergy Syndrome in Korean Pollinosis Patients: A Nationwide Survey

Kim MA, Kim DK, Yang HJ, Yoo Y, Ahn Y, Park HS, Lee HJ, Jeong YY, Kim BS, Bae WY, Jang AS, Park Y, Koh YI, Lee J, Lim DH, Kim JH, Lee SM, Kim YM, Jun YJ, Kim HY, Kim Y, Choi JH, Work Group for Rhinitis, the Korean Academy of Asthma, Allergy and Clinical Immunology

This erratum is being published to correct the error on page 650 of the article. The number of participating research institution should be corrected.
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Sublingual Immunotherapy for Japanese Cedar Pollinosis Attenuates Asthma Exacerbation

Kikkawa S, Nakagome K, Kobayashi , Soma T, Kamijo A, Nagata M

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Hyperresponsiveness to Boiled Egg Yolk in Early Life Leads to Prolonged Egg Allergy

Horino S, Kitazawa H, Satou T, Miura K

Hen's egg is the most common allergen in IgE-mediated food allergy among children in Japan. Although the majority of patients with egg allergy can eat heated egg yolk safely because...
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Validation of PROTIA™ Allergy-Q 64 Atopy® as a Specific IgE Measurement Assay for 10 Major Allergen Components

Kim SR, Park KH, Lee JH, Kim BJ, Hwang JH, Lim KJ, Park JW

PURPOSE: Component-resolved diagnostics (CRD) is expected to provide additional diagnostic information in allergic patients. PROTIA™ Allergy-Q 64 Atopy®, a recently developed CRD-based multiplex specific immunoglobulin E (sIgE) assay, can quantitatively...
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Sputum Autoantibodies Are More Relevant in Autoimmune Responses in Asthma than Are Serum Autoantibodies

Qin R, Long F, Xiao X, Xiao J, Zheng Z, Feng M, Huang R, Peng T, Li J

PURPOSE: The data on the differences between sputum autoantibodies (Sp-Abs) and serum autoantibodies (Se-Abs) in reflection of autoimmune responses to lungs is still lacking. METHODS: Ten types of Abs were investigated...
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Serum Levels of Eosinophil-Derived Neurotoxin: A Biomarker for Asthma Severity in Adult Asthmatics

Lee Y, Lee JH, Yang EM, Kwon E, Jung CG, Kim SC, Choi Y, Cho YS, Kim CK, Park HS

PURPOSE: Eosinophilic inflammation is a key component of severe asthma (SA). However, there has been no reliable serum biomarker for the eosinophilic inflammation of SA. We hypothesized that serum eosinophil-derived...
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Evaluation of Neutrophil Activation Status According to the Phenotypes of Adult Asthma

Kim SH, Uuganbayar U, Trinh HK, Pham D, Kim N, Kim M, Sohn H, Park HS

PURPOSE: Neutrophils are considered key effector cells in the pathogenic mechanisms of airway inflammation in asthma. This study assessed the activation status of neutrophils in adult asthmatics, and the therapeutic...
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Nasal Nitric Oxide Is Correlated With Nasal Patency and Nasal Symptoms

Ren L, Zhang W, Zhang Y, Zhang L

PURPOSE: Nitric oxide (NO) is an important endogenous mediator in both upper and lower respiratory systems. The purpose of the present study was to extract nasal NO (nNO) normal range...
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Leukocyte Telomere Length Reflects Prenatal Stress Exposure, But Does Not Predict Atopic Dermatitis Development at 1 Year

Suh DI, Kang MJ, Park YM, Lee JK, Lee SY, Sheen YH, Kim KW, Ahn K, Won HS, Lee MY, Choi SJ, Kwon JY, Park HJ, Jun JK, Hong SJ, Koh YY

PURPOSE: Prenatal maternal stress affects offspring's atopic dermatitis (AD) development, which is thought to be mediated by the oxidative stress. We aimed to evaluate the difference in leukocyte telomere length...
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Trabecular Bone Score Is More Sensitive to Asthma Severity and Glucocorticoid Treatment Than Bone Mineral Density in Asthmatics

Choi YJ, Lee HY, Yoon D, Kim A, Shin YS, Park HS, Ye YM

PURPOSE: In asthmatic patients, treatment with corticosteroids, in addition to conventional risk factors for osteoporosis, may lead to bone loss. Trabecular bone score (TBS) is an indirect new parameter of...
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Altered Sphingolipid Metabolism Is Associated With Asthma Phenotype in House Dust Mite-Allergic Patients

Kowal K, Żebrowska E, Chabowski

PURPOSE: Sphingolipids play an important role in cell growth, survival, inflammation and tissue remodeling. House dust mite (HDM) allergy is a major risk factor for asthma. The aim of the...
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Which Factors Associated With Activated Eosinophils Contribute to the Pathogenesis of Aspirin-Exacerbated Respiratory Disease?

Choi Y, Lee Y, Park HS

Eosinophils have long been recognized as a central effector cell in the lungs of asthmatic patients. They contribute to airway inflammation and remodeling through releasing several molecules such as cytokines,...
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Influence of Intranasal Drugs on Human Nasal Mucociliary Clearance and Ciliary Beat Frequency

Jiao J, Zhang L

The nasal mucociliary clearance system, which comprises epithelial cilia and mucus from goblet cells, is an important intrinsic defense mechanism of the upper respiratory tract. Intranasal drugs and additives can...
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Is Trabecular Bone Score a More Sensitive Marker for Osteoporosis in Asthmatics?

Kim CW

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Sphingosine-1-Phosphate: Biomarker, Contributor, or Target for Asthma?

Kim SH

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