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Cross-reacting allergens in natural rubber latex and jelutong


, : Cross-reacting allergens in natural rubber latex and jelutong. Allergy Copenhagen 54(12): 1331-1332

Serum samples from 127 Swedish woodwork teachers and 111 controls were tested for the presence of IgE antibodies to jelutong (Dyera costulata) and natural rubber latex. Seven sera contained IgE antibodies to rubber, and 3 of these (one teacher and 2 controls) also contained IgE to jelutong sap. The controls had no occupational exposure to jelutong, but both were exposed to sawdust during their leisure time without allergic symptoms.

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DOI: 10.1034/j.1398-9995.1999.00369.x


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