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Low-dose endotoxin in allergic asthmatics: effect on bronchial and inflammatory response to cat allergen

Bibliographic reference Sohy, Carine ; Pons, F ; Casset, A ; Chesnard, MP ; Lieutier-Colas, F ; et. al. Low-dose endotoxin in allergic asthmatics: effect on bronchial and inflammatory response to cat allergen. In: Clinical and Experimental Allergy, Vol. 36, no. 6, p. 795-802 (2006)
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