Department of Allergy & Clinical Immunology84

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-404. Release of transglutaminase 2 from mast cells may be involved in the pathogenesis of chronic urticaria-
-429. Altered Systemic Adipokine Levels in Patients with Chronic Idiopathic Urticaria-
-845. Metabolic Syndrome In Patients With Chronic Urticaria-
-ABCC4 gene Polymorphism Is Associated with High Periostin Levels in Asthmatic Patients-
-Addition of Montelukast To Low-dose Inhaled Corticosteroid Leads To Fewer Exacerbations In Older Patients Than Medium-dose Inhaled Corticosteroid-
-THE ADMINISTRATION OF CLOPIDOGREL ATTENUATES AIRWAY HYPERRESPONSIVENESS & AIRWAY INFLAMMATION IN AN OVALBUMIN SPECIFIC ASTHMA MODEL-
-The Administration of Clopidogrel Attenuates Airway hyperresponsiveness and Airway Inflammation in an Ovalbumin Specific Allergic Asthma Model-
-The Administration of Clopidogrel Attenuates Airway hyperresponsiveness and Airway Inflammation in an Ovalbumin Specific Allergic Asthma Model-
-Allergenic Relationship of Dandelion Pollen with Major Weed Pollen-
-Altered systemic adipokines levels in patients with chronic urticaria-
-Analysis of Adverse Drug Reactions in a tertiary care hospital in Korea; Anticonvulsant Drug-
-Association analysis of MBL2 gene Polymorphisms in Korean asthmatics-
-Association analysis of MBL2 gene Polymorphisms in Korean asthmatics-
-Association Between Serum Chitinase Level and Toll-like Receptor Polymorphisms in Bakery Workers-
-Association of ABCC4 gene polymorphism with periostin in asthmatic patients-
-Association of Autophagy and Autophagy Related Gene Polymorphisms with Neutrophil Activation in Korean Adult Asthmatics-
-Association of CD14 genetic polymorphisms and epigenetic modifications with work-related respiratory symptoms in bakery workers-
-Autophagy is associated with the severity of asthma in ovalbumin-specific mouse allergic asthma model-
-Autophagy Mechanisms in Patients With Severe Asthma: a New Therapeutic Target-
-A Case of Mugwort-Spice Syndrome Induced by Onion and Lance Asia Bell Ingestion-
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