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  • Characterization of allergens of Anisakis simplex. [Journal Article]
  • AAllergy 2003; 58(12):1299-303
  • Arlian LG, Morgan MS, … Fernández-Caldas E
  • CONCLUSIONS: Somatic extracts of A. simplex L3 larva contain a large number of allergenic molecules and there is significant variability between patients in their sensitivity and reactivity to these allergens.
  • Allergenicity of the mite Hemisarcoptes cooremani. [Journal Article]
  • AAAnn Allergy Asthma Immunol 1999; 83(6 Pt 1):529-32
  • Arlian LG, Morgan MS, Houck MA
  • CONCLUSIONS: These results indicated that an extract of the mite H. cooremani contained at least two prominent IgE binding proteins that were not present in the other astigmatid mites. Thus, H. cooremani is the source of unique allergenic proteins and allergy to this mite may develop in orchard and ornamental nursery workers and gardeners.
  • Cow's milk casein, a hidden allergen in natural rubber latex gloves. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Allergy Clin Immunol 1999; 104(1):177-80
  • Ylitalo L, Mäkinen-Kiljunen S, … Reunala T
  • CONCLUSIONS: Several brands of NRL gloves were found to contain casein, implying that extracts prepared from such gloves can cause false-positive skin prick test reactions when diagnosing NRL allergy. The use of casein as a stabilizer in glove manufacture without appropriate labeling should be stopped because it can also cause contact urticaria syndrome in individuals with cow's milk allergy.
  • Allergenic characterization of Tyrophagus putrescentiae using sera from occupationally exposed farmers. [Journal Article]
  • AAAnn Allergy Asthma Immunol 1997; 79(6):525-9
  • Arlian LG, Vyszenski-Moher DL, … van Hage-Hamsten M
  • CONCLUSIONS: The results of this study showed that farmers who were occupationally exposed to storage mites had serum IgE specific for many potent allergens from T. putrescentiae. Persons who are exposed to stored product mites in occupational settings or by consumption of food containing these mites are therefore at risk of sensitization and allergic reaction. Increased awareness of sensitivity to this mite in the United States' population is needed.
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