Reference : The sensitization to airborne allergens in Czech patients with allergic disorders is dra...
Scientific congresses and symposiums : Poster
Life sciences : Genetics & genetic processes
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The sensitization to airborne allergens in Czech patients with allergic disorders is dramatically higher than sensitization of Ukrainian patients
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[en] abstract Nr. PD5/225, p. 131
Gusareva, Elena mailto [Institute of Molecular Genetics v.v.i., AS CR, Prague, Czech Republic > Dep. of Molecular and Cellular Immunology > > >]
Havelková, Helena mailto [Institute of Molecular Genetics v.v.i., AS CR, Prague, Czech Republicc > Dep. of Molecular and Cellular Immunology > > >]
Belozorov, Alexei [Institute of Dermatology and Venerology, Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine, Kharkov, Ukraine > > > >]
Blažková, Hanna [Institute of Molecular Genetics v.v.i., AS CR, Prague, Czech Republic > Dep. of Molecular and Cellular Immunology > > >]
Savvo, Alexei [Kharkov Regional Clinical Center of Immunology, Kharkov, Ukraine > > > >]
Lipoldová, Marie mailto [Institute of Molecular Genetics v.v.i., AS CR, Prague, Czech Republic > Dep. of Molecular and Cellular Immunology > > >]
14-May-2003
poster presentation
Yes
No
International
1th conference on Functional Genomics and Disease, Prague, Czech Republic
14-17.05.2003
Europien Science Foundation
Prague
Czech Republic
[en] allergy ; IgE ; inhalant allergens
Researchers ; Professionals ; Students
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