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Unilateral nasal allergen challenge leads to bilateral release of prostaglandin D2.
Histamine stimulation of the nasal mucosa does not induce prostaglandin or leukotriene generation or induce methacholine hyperresponsiveness.
Mediator release after allergic and physical nasal challenges.
Nasal challenge with cold, dry air results in release of inflammatory mediators. Possible mast cell involvement.
Nasal challenge with ragweed pollen in hay fever patients. Effect of immunotherapy.
Attenuation of allergen sensitivity early in the course of ragweed immunotherapy.
Inflammatory mediators in late antigen-induced rhinitis.
Effect of short-term systemic glucocorticoid treatment on human nasal mediator release after antigen challenge.
Arachidonic acid metabolites during nasal challenge.
The pharmacologic control of mediator release from human basophils and mast cells.
The role of inflammatory mediators in allergic rhinitis.
Mediator release after nasal airway challenge with allergen.
The role of prostaglandin D2 in IgE-mediated reactions in man.
Role of human basophils and mast cells in the pathogenesis of allergic diseases.
Mast cells and mast cell mediators in models of airway disease.
Inflammatory mediators and mechanisms of release from purified human basophils and mast cells.