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House-dust mites in Danish homes

House-dust mites in Danish homes

Allergy recd 1980; 33(6): 329-330

The paper, of which this is an extract, was read at the 13th Scandinavian Congress of Allergology 14-17 June 1978. In a survey of 75 homes picked at random in Arhus, Denmark, in 1977, vacuum-cleaner dust samples were taken from mattresses and from carpets in the bed-room and living room, and were processed in the laboratory; temperatures and humidities were measured and the habits of the occupants were recorded.

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