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From genes to phenotypes; the basis of future allergy management; proceedings.


From genes to phenotypes; the basis of future allergy management; proceedings.

Symposium of the Collegium Internationale Allergologicum (25th: Bornholm, Denmark) Ed. by Henning Lowenstein et al.

Hogrefe & Huber Publishers


252 pages



Journal of the World Allergy Organization; supplement 2, 2005


This monograph contains some 70 papers from the August 2004 symposium of the Collegium Internationale Allergologicum. Featuring experimental and clinical applied allergy research, the papers are organized into sections on basic mechanisms; dendritic cells; mast cells; allergens; infection and allergy; skins, nerves, and allergy; asthma; food allergy; diagnostics; and therapy.

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