Aerobiologia

, Volume 16, Issue 2, pp 299–301

Quantitative dynamics of Ambrosia pollen grains in Bulgaria

Authors

    • Laboratory of AllergyNational Center of Infections and Parasitic Diseases
  • Valentin Zlatev
    • Laboratory of RadiologyNational Center of Infections and Parasitic Diseases
  • Daniela Baltadjieva
    • Department of Clinical ImmunologyMedical University Sofia
  • Todor Mustakov
    • Department of AllergologyMedical University Sofia
  • Bogdan Mustakov
    • Department of AllergologyMedical University Sofia
Article

DOI: 10.1023/A:1007690116728

Cite this article as:
Yankova, R., Zlatev, V., Baltadjieva, D. et al. Aerobiologia (2000) 16: 299. doi:10.1023/A:1007690116728

Abstract

The aerobiological study of the Ambrosia pollen in Sofia, Bulgaria began in 1991. The quantitative dynamics of Ambrosia pollen grains during the last seven years was determined by Chebishev's method of parabolic interpolation with orthogonal polynoms. Thesensitization to ragweed pollen was investigated in random groups of patients with clinical manifestation of hay fever.

This investigation proves the previouslyobserved tendency of an increase in thespreading of Ambrosia pollen in Bulgaria.

ambrosia pollenpollen allergystatistical methods

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