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  1. Oak Pollen Allergy in Korea
  2. Outdoor Allergens of Regional Importance in Asia
  3. Comparison of sensitization patterns to dust mite allergens between atopic dermatitis patients and dogs, and non-specific reactivity of canine IgE to the storage mite Tyrophagus putrescentiae
  4. Comparative Genomics Reveals Insights into the Divergent Evolution of Astigmatic Mites and Household Pest Adaptations
  5. Characterization of the major allergen, Que ac 1, from sawtooth oak pollen
  6. Allergenic characterization of Bomb m 4, a 30‐kDa Bombyx mori lipoprotein 6 from silkworm pupa
  7. Evaluation of Allergenicity on a ω-5 Gliadin-Deficient Cultivar in Wheat-Dependent Exercise-Induced Anaphylaxis
  8. No Difference in Allergenicity Among Small-Sized Dog Breeds Popular in Korea
  9. Allergen Homologues, Pathogenesis-Related 1, Polygalacturonase, and Pectin Methyl Esterase from a Japanese Hop
  10. Sensitization profile to sawtooth oak component allergens and their clinical implications
  11. Characterization of the major allergen, Que ac 1, from sawtooth oak pollen
  12. Comparison of Allergenic Properties among Commercially Available House Dust Mite Allergen Extracts in Korea
  13. Allergenicity and Stability of 6 New Korean Bony Fish Extracts
  14. Novel Sensitive, Two-site ELISA for the Quantification of Der f 1 Using Monoclonal Antibodies
  15. Quantification of Que ac 1 and Standardization of Pollen Extract from Sawtooth Oak, the Most Important Cause of Spring Pollinosis in Korea
  16. FABP5 as a possible biomarker in atopic march: FABP5-induced Th17 polarization, both in mouse model and human samples
  17. Efficacy of transdermal immunotherapy with biodegradable microneedle patches in a murine asthma model
  18. Insect Allergens on the Dining Table
  19. Allergens at Asian Homes
  20. Soluble CD93 in allergic asthma
  21. Stability of extracts from pollens of allergenic importance in Korea
  22. Optimal conditions for the storage of German cockroach extract
  23. Allergen content in German cockroach extracts and sensitization profiles to a new expanded set of cockroach allergens determine in vitro extract potency for IgE reactivity
  24. Variability in German Cockroach Extract Composition Greatly Impacts T Cell Potency in Cockroach-Allergic Donors
  25. Survey of IgE Reactivity to Nonbiting Midges in Korea and Identification of IgE-Binding Protein
  26. Sensitization to various minor house dust mite allergens is greater in patients with atopic dermatitis than in those with respiratory allergic disease
  27. Allergen-specific immunotherapy induces regulatory T cells in an atopic dermatitis mouse model
  28. Effects of the Th2-dominant milieu on allergic responses in Der f 1-activated mouse basophils and mast cells
  29. Allergen standardization
  30. Comparison between Newly Developed and Commercial Inhalant Skin Prick Test Reagents Using In Vivo and In Vitro Methods
  31. IgE Cross-Reactivity between Humulus japonicus and Humulus lupulus
  32. Successful transdermal allergen delivery and allergen-specific immunotherapy using biodegradable microneedle patches
  33. Accurate assessment of alpha-gal syndrome using cetuximab and bovine thyroglobulin-specific IgE
  34. Role of tropomyosin in silkworm allergy
  35. Monoclonal Antibodies to Recombinant Fag e 3 Buckwheat Allergen and Development of a Two-site ELISA for Its Quantification
  36. Soluble CD93 in Serum as a Marker of Allergic Inflammation
  37. Erratum: In Vitro Evaluation of Allergen Potencies of Commercial House Dust Mite Sublingual Immunotherapy Reagents
  38. Characterization of a Major Allergen from Mongolian Oak, <b><i>Quercus mongolica</i></b>, a Dominant Species of Oak in Korea
  39. Ranitidine-induced anaphylaxis: clinical features, cross-reactivity, and skin testing
  40. Adverse Drug Reactions of Ranitidine: A Pharmacovigilance Study in Korea
  41. Physical and biochemical characteristics of allergens
  42. Allergenic Characterization of 27-kDa Glycoprotein, a Novel Heat Stable Allergen, from the Pupa of Silkworm,Bombyx mori
  43. IgE Reactivity of Recombinant Pac c 3 from the Asian Needle Ant (Pachycondyla chinensis)
  44. Standardization of Weed Pollen Extracts, Japanese Hop and Mugwort, in Korea
  45. Cross-Reactivity between Oak and Birch Pollens in Korean Tree Pollinosis
  46. Different Responses in Induction of Allergen Specific Immunoglobulin G4 and IgE-Blocking Factors for Three Mite Subcutaneous Immunotherapy Products
  47. House dust mite allergen Der f 1 induces IL-8 in human basophilic cells via ROS-ERK and p38 signal pathways
  48. The effects of a newsletter on bedding control on house dust mite allergen concentrations in childcare centers in Korea
  49. Cross-reactivity between group-5 and -21 mite allergens from Dermatophagoides farinae, Tyrophagus putrescentiae and Blomia tropicalis
  50. Allergen Specific IgE Detection Performance of Allergyq® System in Korean Allergy Patients
  51. Allergenic Characterization of a Novel Allergen, Homologous to Chymotrypsin, from German Cockroach
  52. In VitroEvaluation of Allergen Potencies of Commercial House Dust Mite Sublingual Immunotherapy Reagents
  53. Performance of the PROTIA™Allergy-Q® System in the Detection of Allergen-specific IgE: A Comparison With the ImmunoCAP® System
  54. Profiles of IgE Sensitization to Der f 1, Der f 2, Der f 6, Der f 8, Der f 10, and Der f 20 in Korean House Dust Mite Allergy Patients
  55. Current Status of Standardization of Inhalant Allergen Extracts in Korea
  56. IgE reactivity to Acarus siro extract in Korean dust mite allergic patients
  57. Preparation and Characterization of an Extract of German Cockroach From a Korean Source
  58. Identification of Novel Allergenic Components from German Cockroach Fecal Extract by a Proteomic Approach
  59. The Effects of Storage Conditions on the Stability of House Dust Mite Extracts
  60. Sequence polymorphisms of Der f 1, Der p 1, Der f 2 and Der p 2 from Korean house dust mite isolates
  61. Two New and Four Unrecorded Species of Chironomidae (Diptera) in Korea
  62. Standardization of House Dust Mite Extracts in Korea
  63. House Dust Mite Allergy in Korea: The Most Important Inhalant Allergen in Current and Future
  64. Six New and Four Unrecorded Species of Tanytarsini (Diptera, Chironomidae, Chironominae) Found in Korea
  65. Review on Ecology of House Dust Mites in Korea and Suggestion of a Standard Survey Method
  66. Optimization of Allergen Standardization
  67. Nine Polypedilum Species (Diptera, Chironomidae) New to Korea Collected Near Namdae-stream, Muju
  68. IgE Binding Epitopes of Bla g 6 from German Cockroach
  69. Fauna of Non-biting Midges (Diptera, Chironomidae) from Soyang River in Chuncheon-si, Gangwon-do, Korea
  70. IgE-Binding Epitope Analysis of Bla g 5, the German Cockroach Allergen
  71. Allergenicity of Recombinant Troponin C from Tyrophagus putrescentiae
  72. Population Dynamics of FiveAnophelesSpecies of the Hyrcanus Group in Northern Gyeonggi-do, Korea
  73. Enzymatic Activities of Allergen Extracts from Three Species of Dust Mites and Cockroaches Commonly Found in Korean Home
  74. Characterization of the major allergens ofPachycondyla chinensisin ant sting anaphylaxis patients
  75. Household Arthropod Allergens in Korea
  76. Allergenicity of Sigma and Delta Class Glutathione S-Transferases from the German Cockroach
  77. IgE Binding Reactivity of Peptide Fragments of Bla g 4, a Major German Cockroach Allergen
  78. Sequence Diversity of the Bla g 4 Cockroach Allergen, Homologous to Lipocalins, from Blattella germanica
  79. Reactivity of German Cockroach Allergen, Bla g 2, Peptide Fragments to IgE Antibodies in Patients' Sera
  80. IgE-binding epitope analysis of Bla g 5, German cockroach allergen
  81. IgE binding capacity of peptide fragments of Bla g 2, German cockroach allergen
  82. Editorial [Hot Topic:Household Arthropods and Their Allergens (Guest Editor: Kyoung Yong Jeong)]
  83. Domestic Arthropods and Their Allergens
  84. Regulation of German cockroach extract-induced IL-8 expression in human airway epithelial cells
  85. Sequence Polymorphisms of Major German Cockroach Allergens Bla g 1, Bla g 2, Bla g 4, and Bla g 5
  86. Molecular Cloning and the Allergenic Characterization of Tropomyosin from Tyrophagus putrescentiae
  87. Allergenic Tropomyosins and Their Cross-Reactivities
  88. Allergenic Characterization of Tropomyosin from the Dusky Brown Cockroach, Periplaneta fuliginosa
  89. Immunoglobulin E Reactivity of Recombinant Allergen Tyr p 13 from Tyrophagus putrescentiae Homologous to Fatty Acid Binding Protein
  90. Immunoglobulin E Binding Reactivity of a Recombinant Allergen Homologous to α-Tubulin from Tyrophagus putrescentiae
  91. Recombinant Allergens for Diagnosis and Immunotherapy of Allergic Disorders, with Emphasis on Cockroach Allergy
  92. Effectiveness of education for control of house dust mites and cockroaches in Seoul, Korea
  93. Immunoglobulin E Binding Reactivity of a Recombinant Allergen Homologous to  -Tubulin from Tyrophagus putrescentiae
  94. Immunoglobulin E Reactivity of Recombinant Allergen Tyr p 13 from Tyrophagus putrescentiae Homologous to Fatty Acid Binding Protein
  95. Expression of tropomyosin from Blattella germanica as a recombinant non-fusion protein in Pichia pastoris and comparison of its IgE reactivity with its native counterpart
  96. Analysis of Amino Acid Sequence Variations and Immunoglobulin E-Binding Epitopes of German Cockroach Tropomyosin
  97. Allergenic Characterization of Tropomyosin from the Dusky Brown Cockroach, Periplaneta fuliginosa
  98. Molecular Cloning and Characterization of Tropomyosin, a Major Allergen of Chironomus kiiensis, a Dominant Species of Nonbiting Midges in Korea
  99. German Cockroach Extract Induces Activation of Human Eosinophils to Release Cytotoxic Inflammatory Mediators
  100. Allergenicity of recombinant Bla g 7, German cockroach tropomyosin
  101. Allergenic characterization of dusky brown cockroach, Periplaneta fuliginosa tropomyosin
  102. Localization of Der f 2 in the gut and fecal pellets of Dermatophagoides farinae
  103. Molecular cloning and characterization of tropomyosin, a major allergen of chironomus kiiensis, a dominant species of non-biting midges in Korea
  104. Monoclonal antibodies to recombinant Der f 2 and development of a two-site ELISA sensitive to major Der f 2 isoallergen in Korea
  105. Monoclonal antibodies to recombinant Der f 2 and development of a two-site ELISA sensitive to major Der f 2 isoallergen in Korea