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Relationship between exposure to dust mite allergen and bronchial response to exercise in schoolchildren sensitized to dust mites


, : Relationship between exposure to dust mite allergen and bronchial response to exercise in schoolchildren sensitized to dust mites. Pediatric Pulmonology 16(1): 13-18

The relationship between the exposure to dust mite allergens and a bronchial response to exercise was assessed in 8-year-old schoolchildren.

Accession: 002477775

PMID: 8414735

DOI: 10.1002/ppul.1950160104

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