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New Horizons in Allergy Immunotherapy

  • Alec Sehon
  • Kent T. HayGlass
  • Dietrich Kraft

Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 409)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. O. L. Frick
    Pages 1-7
  3. Udo Herz, Uschi Lumpp, Angelika Daser, Erwin W. Gelfand, Harald Renz✲
    Pages 25-32
  4. Ching-Hsiang Hsu, Kaw-Yan Chua, Shau-Ku Huang, I-Ping Chiang, Kue-Hsiung Hsieh
    Pages 33-37
  5. Julia D. Rempel-Chin, Ming Dong Wang, Kent T. HayGlass
    Pages 39-41
  6. William Cookson
    Pages 55-60
  7. Nils G. Jacobson, Susanne J. Szabo, Mehmet L. Güler, James D. Gorham, Kenneth M. Murphy
    Pages 61-73
  8. W. R. Thomas
    Pages 85-93
  9. Martin D. Chapman, Lisa D. Vailes, Mary Lou Hayden, David C. Benjamin, Thomas A. E. Platts-Mills, L. Karla Arruda
    Pages 95-101
  10. Reto Crameri, Jonas Lidholm, Günter Menz, Hans Grönlund, Kurt Blaser
    Pages 111-116
  11. M. Breitenbach, F. Ferreira, A. Jilek, I. Swoboda, C. Ebner, K. Hoffmann-Sommergruber et al.
    Pages 117-126
  12. Fátima Ferreira, Angelika Rohlfs, Karin Hoffmann-Sommergruber, Siegfried Schenk, Christof Ebner, Peter Briza et al.
    Pages 127-135
  13. Siegfried Schenk, Heimo Breiteneder, Markus Susani, Nader Najafian, Sylvia Laffer, Michael Duchêne et al.
    Pages 141-146
  14. Cenk Suphioglu, Penelope M. Smith, Eng K. Ong, R. Bruce Knox, Mohan B. Singh
    Pages 147-155
  15. Gernot Achatz, Hannes Oberkofler, Erich Lechenauer, Birgit Simon, Andrea Unger, Doris Kandler et al.
    Pages 157-161
  16. L. Karla Arruda, Lisa D. Vailes, Enrique Fernandez-Caldas, Charles K. Naspitz, Federico Montealegre, Martin D. Chapman
    Pages 173-176
  17. A. H. Sehon, S. Bitoh, G. Lang
    Pages 177-184
  18. Rudolf Valenta, Sylvia Laffer, Susanne Vrtala, Hans Grönlund, Lena Elfman, Wolfgang R. Sperr et al.
    Pages 185-196
  19. C. S. Barnes, F. Pacheco, J. Landuyt, D. Rosenthal, F. Hu, J. Portnoy
    Pages 197-203
  20. M. W. De Vouge, A. J. Thaker, L. Zhang, I. H. A. Curran, G. Muradia, H. Rode et al.
    Pages 205-212
  21. J. S. Stanley, R. M. Helm, G. Cockrell, A. W. Burks, G. A. Bannon
    Pages 213-216
  22. K. Hoffmann-Sommergruber, M. Vanek-Krebitz, R. Ferris, G. O’Riordain, M. Susani, R. Hirschwehr et al.
    Pages 219-224
  23. Gerald Reese, Deborah Tracey, Carolyn B. Daul, Samuel B. Lehrer
    Pages 225-230
  24. Barbara P. Wallner, Mohammad Luqman
    Pages 231-240
  25. H. D. Shen, K. Y. Chua, K. H. Hsieh, W. R. Thomas
    Pages 241-242
  26. Jørgen Nedergaard Larsen, Susanne Hauschildt Sparholt, Henrik Ipsen
    Pages 243-249
  27. M. D. Spangfort, H. Ipsen, S. H. Sparholt, S. Aasmul-Olsen, P. Osmark, F. M. Poulsen et al.
    Pages 251-254
  28. Alessandro Sidoli, Claudia De Lalla, Elena Tamborini, Anna Brandazza, Paolo Arosio
    Pages 255-260
  29. S. Aasmul-Olsen, P. A. Würtzen, M. Lombardero, H. Løwenstein, H. Ipsen
    Pages 261-265
  30. Ricki M. Helm, Gael Cockrell, J. Steve Stanley, Richard Brenner, A. Wesley Burks, Gary A. Bannon
    Pages 267-268
  31. James D. Astwood, Robert D. Hill
    Pages 269-277
  32. Tong-Jun Lin, Antonio Enciso, Elyse Y. Bissonnette, Agnes Szczepek, A. Dean Befus
    Pages 279-285
  33. M. L. Kapsenberg, C. M. U. Hilkens, T. C. T. M. Pouw van der Kraan, E. A. Wierenga, A. Snijders
    Pages 305-308
  34. Kent T. HayGlass, Mingdong Wang, Randall S. Gieni, Cynthia Ellison, John Gartner
    Pages 309-316
  35. Kimishige Ishizaka, Tatsumi Nakano, Yasuyuki Ishii, Yun-Cai Liu, Toshifumi Mikayama, Akio Mori
    Pages 317-325
  36. Q. A. Hamid, E. Minshall
    Pages 327-335
  37. Lars Hellman
    Pages 337-342
  38. M. Wills-Karp, S. H. Gavett, Brian Schofield, F. Finkelman
    Pages 343-347
  39. Teruhito Yasui, Hiroshi Fujiwara, Masato Kamanaka, Tsutomu Kawabe, Nobuaki Yoshida, Tadamitsu Kishimoto et al.
    Pages 349-354

About this book

Introduction

One of the main attractions of research into hypersensitivity disorders is that it brings together scientists from a very broad range of disciplines. As the most common hu­ man immunologic disorder, it excites the interest and concern of clinicians, geneticists, basic and clinical immunologists, molecular biologists, biochemists, and physiologists. General agreement has been forged on the the pathophysiology of the disease and the mechanisms responsible for its maintenance, but many areas remain as black boxes for which we have only hypotheses. In 1992 Vienna hosted an international symposium to consider the explosion of in­ formation being generated by the identification, cloning, and expression of common envi­ ronmental allergens: The present second international conference on the MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF ALLERGENS AND THE ATOPIC IMMUNE RESPONSE, again jointly organized and co-chaired by Professors Alec Sehon (Winnipeg) and Dietrich Kraft (Vi­ enna), provided an exciting opportunity for many leaders in this field to share data, argue hypotheses and seek future opportunities to enlarge our understanding of these very com­ plex diseases. This symposium was co-sponsored by the International Union of Immu­ nological Societies (I. U. I. S. ) and the International Association of Allergology and Clinical Immunology. It was held in the hospitable and comfortably elegant surroundings of Que­ bec City.

Keywords

Antigen asthma pathophysiology phenotype physiology

Editors and affiliations

  • Alec Sehon
    • 1
  • Kent T. HayGlass
    • 1
  • Dietrich Kraft
    • 2
  1. 1.University of ManitobaWinnipegCanada
  2. 2.Institute of General and Experimental PathologyViennaAustria

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4615-5855-2
  • Copyright Information Plenum Press, New York 1996
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4613-7684-2
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4615-5855-2
  • Series Print ISSN 0065-2598
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