Definition of Allergens. Meaning of Allergens. Synonyms of Allergens

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Definition of Allergens

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Meaning of Allergens from wikipedia

- to another. A very broad range of substances can be allergens to sensitive individuals. Allergens can be found in a variety of sources, such as dust mite...
- Early exposure to potential allergens may be protective. Treatments for allergies include the avoidance of known allergens and the use of medications such...
- allergens other than those caused by IgE allergens. The allergen is given to the person in the form of a pill, so the person can ingest the allergen directly...
- type of allergen. The strongest evidence for the efficacy of sublingual immunotherapy comes from studies that used gr**** allergens or mite allergens to alleviate...
- production of allergens than its breed. Smaller dogs will also leave fewer environmental pollutants containing dog dander and dog allergens (reduced fecal...
- gender or color, which are ****ociated with a lower production of allergens. Eight cat allergens have been recognized by the World Health Organization/International...
- reveal positive results for certain allergens that are not actually causing symptoms, and can also not pick up allergens that do cause an individual's symptoms...
- glands within the human integumentary system "Allergenic Foods and their Allergens, with links to Informall | FARRP | Nebraska". farrp.unl.edu. Institute...
- around the **** and **** as food allergens p**** out of the body, or cause a widespread rash on the skin. Allergens such as nickel, Balsam of Peru, parabens...
- C. (2003-02-01). "House dust mite allergen in US beds: Results from the first national survey of lead and allergens in housing". Journal of Allergy and...
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