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Prevention of Occupational Asthma: Study Search Results

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TypeAuthorStudy YearMolecular WeightAgentCategoryOutcome/Diagnosis
PrimaryAllmers2002HMWLatexPlantsOccupational asthma
PrimaryBotham1987HMWLaboratory animal allergenAnimal-derived antigensAllergy to laboratory animals (ALA)
SecondaryDressel H2007HMWCow dander and storage miteAnimal-derived antigensOccupational asthma
SecondaryDressel H2009HMWCow dander and storage miteAnimal-derived antigensRespiratory outcomes in farmers with occupational asthma
PrimaryFisher1998HMWLaboratory animal allergenAnimal-derived antigensLaboratory animal allergy (LAA)
PrimaryFishwick D2011HMWFlour dustPlantsRespiratory symptoms and sensitization
PrimaryGoodno2002HMWLaboratory animal allergenAnimal-derived antigensLAA
SecondaryGoodno 2002HMWLaboratory animal allergenAnimal-derived antigensLaboratory animal allergy
PrimaryLiss2001HMWLatexPlantsOccupational asthma
PrimaryMeijster T2011HMWFlour dustPlantsOccupational asthma and rhinitis
SecondaryMillikan AM2008BothN/AVariousOutpatient visits, hospitalization, and retention in Navy for people with mild asthma.
PrimaryPeters1997HMWDetergent enzymeBiological enzymeEnzyme sensitization, respiratory symptoms, respiratory incidents
PrimarySchweigert2000HMWDetergent enzymeBiological enzymeOccupational asthma
PrimarySeaton1994HMWAspergillus nigerMoldOccupational asthma
SecondarySjostedt1998HMWLaboratory animal allergenAnimal-derived antigensOccupational asthma, rhinitis
PrimarySmith2004HMWBaking allergens,fungal amylaseBaking allergensSensitization and symptoms
PrimaryTarlo SM2001HMWLatexPlantsOccupational Asthma
 
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