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Deep Neural Network-Based Concentration Model for Oak Pollen Allergy Warning in South Korea

Seo YA, Kim KR, Cho C, Oh JW, Kim TH

PURPOSE: Oak is the dominant tree species in Korea. Oak pollen has the highest sensitivity rate among all allergenic tree species in Korea. A deep neural network (DNN)-based estimation model...
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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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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

PURPOSE: Pollen-food allergy syndrome (PFAS) is an immunoglobulin E (IgE)-mediated allergy in pollinosis patients caused by raw fruits and vegetables and is the most common food allergy in adults. However,...
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The impact of climate change on pollen allergy in Korea

Oh JW

Weather may alter the concentrations of pollens which can subsequently influence the occurrence of allergic diseases. Many studies have demonstrated that greenhouse gases increase pollen concentration. Daily fluctuations in the...
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Microarray-Based Multivariate Analysis of the Effectiveness of Sublingual Immunotherapy for Cedar Pollinosis

Gotoh M, Kaminuma O, Hiroi T, Okubo K

Sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT) is an effective treatment for allergic diseases. However, the mechanism by which this therapy exhibits its efficacy has not been fully delineated. To elucidate the mechanisms of...
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Involvement of cross-reactive carbohydrate determinants-specific IgE in pollen allergy testing

Yokoi H, Yoshitake , Matsumoto , Kawada M, Takato Y, Shinagawa , Sakurai H, Saito K

BACKGROUND: Specific IgE antibodies against the low-molecular-weight carbohydrate antigen that does not bridge IgE molecules on mast cells are not associated with clinical symptoms. Cross reactivity can be determined in...
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Oral allergy syndrome associated with weed pollinosis

Lee SC, Son YW, Sim DW, Park KH, Lee JH, Park JW

Oral allergy syndrome (OAS) is caused by cross-reactivity between certain pollens and plant foods, including vegetables, nuts, or fruits. Here, we experienced 2 cases of OAS patients associated with mugwort...
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Induction of Bronchial Tolerance After 1 Cycle of Monophosphoryl-A-Adjuvanted Specific Immunotherapy in Children With Grass Pollen Allergies

Rosewich M, Girod K, Zielen S, Schubert R, Schulze J

PURPOSE: Subcutaneous allergen-specific immunotherapy (SCIT) is a well-established and clinically effective method to treat allergic diseases, such as rhinitis and asthma. It remains unclear how soon after initiation of an...
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Pollen allergy plants in Korea

Hong CS

Pollen reactivity in respiratory allergic diseases has recently increased in Korea. According to changes in allergen sensitization over the last 30 years, tree pollen sensitization in the 2010s markedly increased...
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Japanese Cedar (Cryptomeria japonica) Pollinosis in Jeju, Korea: Is It Increasing?

Lee J, Lee KH, Lee HS, Hong SC, Kim JH

Jeju is an island in South Korea located in a temperate climate zone. The Japanese cedar tree (JC) has become the dominant tree species while used widely to provide a...
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Evaluation of the association of vegetation of allergenic plants and pollinosis with meteorological changes

Kim JH, Oh JW, Lee HB, Kim SW, Chung HL, Kook MH, Park KS, Kim BS, Kim JK, Lee DJ, Paik WK, Kim KR, Lee HL, Choi YJ, Yu SD, Kim JH, Cho YS

PURPOSE: There are a number of reports suggesting that widespread propagation of weeds and high concentration of weed pollen have been contributed to climate change. We investigated the interrelationship between...
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Lack of efficacy of a herbal preparation (RCM-102) for seasonal allergic rhinitis: a double blind, randomised, placebo-controlled trial

Lenon GB, Li CG, Da Costa C, Thien FC, Shen Y, Xue CC

BACKGROUND: A herbal preparation, known as RMIT Chinese Medicine 102 (RCM-102) consisting of eight herbs which demonstrates inhibition of the release of key inflammatory mediators associated with seasonal allergic rhinitis...
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Occupational Pollinosis Induced by Radish and Chinese Cabbage Pollens

  • KMID: 2299720
  • Korean J Asthma Allergy Clin Immunol.
  • 2004 Sep;24(3):288-293.
BACKGROUND: The Korean National Horticultural Research Institute (KNHRI) supplies many seeds for horticulturus farmers. The seeds of radish (Raphnus sativus acanthiformis) or Chinese cabbage (Brassica campestris pekinensis; cabbage) is one...
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Pollen Allergy in Children (ll): The Significance of Tree Pollen As a Causative Allergen in Children with Allergic Diseases

Lee SY, Park JS, Lee KS, Hong CH

  • KMID: 2207876
  • J Korean Pediatr Soc.
  • 1998 Jun;41(6):799-807.
PURPOSE: The positive rates of allergy skin test of pollens are relatively higher in children in Suwon compared to other areas in Korea. To evaluate the significance of tree pollen...
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Revival of Hop Japanese pollinosis in asthmatic subjects in Kyungki area

Park HS, Coi SY, Nahm DH, Kim HY

  • KMID: 2286173
  • J Asthma Allergy Clin Immunol.
  • 1998 Mar;18(1):52-60.
BACKGROUND: Hop Japanese (Hop J) pollens are abundant in the air of Korea during the autumn season. Their significances as a source of allergenic sensitization have been underestimated in this country. MATERIAL...
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Mugwort pollen- induced bnsophil histamine releasability in seasonal allergic rhinitis and asthma

Kim MK, Kim YY, Cho SH, Min KU, Cho YJ, Cho BW

  • KMID: 2365376
  • Allergy.
  • 1995 Jun;15(2):239-249.
Mediator release from mast cells and conceivably circulating basophil leukocytes is intimately involved in the pathogenesis of immediate hypersensitivity. The study of the basophil histamine releasability may be very helpful...
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The clinical study on pollinosis

Kim CW, Pyo HS, Park SD, Choi DR, Kim JG, Chun SH, Lee JH

  • KMID: 1684359
  • Korean J Otolaryngol-Head Neck Surg.
  • 1991 Oct;34(5):942-947.
No abstract available.
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