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Jordan, Thorsten (2004): Symptomatik und Mediatorfreisetzung nach nasaler Allergenprovokation. Dissertation, LMU München: Faculty of Medicine
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Abstract

This examination is an approach of the allergic late phase reaction via quality of life, acoustic rhinometry, and determination of ECP, IL-5, IL-8, MCP-1, MCP-3, RANTES, sVCAM-1, and LTC4 in nasal secretions. It describes and discusses changes in subjective and objective parameters over a time period of eight hours following nasal allergen application. Data obtained from a clinical and an experimental part is analyzed and statistically compared in reference to the existence of an early and late phase allergic reaction. Results are discussed under consideration of a possible neurological participation in the occurrence and persistence of the allergic inflammatory process.