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Cat ownership is a risk factor for the development of anti-cat IgE but not current wheeze at age 5 years in an inner-city cohort

By M. S. Perzanowski, G. L. Chew, A. Divjan, A. Johnson, I. F. Goldstein, R. S. Garfinkel, L. A. Hoepner, T. A. Platts-Mills, F. P. Perera, R. L. Miller

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Category Journal Articles
Date 2008
Publication Title Journal of allergy and clinical immunology
Volume 121
Issue 4
Pages 1047-52
ISBN/ISSN 1097-6825 (Electronic) 0091-6749 (Linking)
DOI 10.1016/j.jaci.2008.02.005
Language eng
Author Address Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health, Columbia University, New York, NY 10032, USA. mp2217@columbia.edu
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  1. Adolescents
  2. Adults
  3. Asthma
  4. Cats
  5. Domestic animals
  6. Females
  7. Humans
  8. Immunoglobulins
  9. Infants
  10. Males
  11. peer-reviewed
  12. pregnancy
  13. preschools
  14. Respiratory Sounds
  15. risk factors
  16. Urban Health
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