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house dust

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house-dust mite

Is House-Dust Nicotine a Good Surrogate for Household Smoking?

Dispersal of American House Dust Mites (Acari: Pyroglyphidae) in a Residence

Species Diversity of House Dust Mites in Beijing, China

Enzymatic Activity of Allergenic House Dust and Storage Mite Extracts

Identification of Neryl Formate as the Airborne Aggregation Pheromone for the American House Dust Mite and the European House Dust Mite (Acari: Epidermoptidae)

Variability in Population Density of House Dust Mites of Bitlis and Muş, Turkey

Treatment of Whole Houses with Liquid Nitrogen for Control of Dust Mites

Permethrin-Impregnated Mattress Liners: a Novel and Effective Intervention Against House Dust Mites (Acari: Pyroglyphididae)

Endotoxin levels in house dust samples and juvenile inflammatory bowel disease — a case–control study

Enhanced Allergic Responses to House Dust Mite by Oral Exposure to Carbaryl in Rats

Systemic Administration of Bordetella pertussis Enhances Pulmonary Sensitization to House Dust Mite in Juvenile Rats

Is Permanent Parasitism Reversible?—Critical Evidence from Early Evolution of House Dust Mites

Reproduction and Development of Laboratory and Wild House Dust Mites (Acari: Pyroglyphidae) and Their Relationship to the Natural Dust Ecosystem

Endotoxin and Dust at Respirable and Nonrespirable Particle Sizes are not Consistent Between Cage- and Floor-Housed Poultry Operations

Caspase-1 activation by NLRP3 inflammasome dampens IL-33-dependent house dust mite-induced allergic lung inflammation

Spatial and Temporal Distribution of House Dust Mite (Astigmata: Pyroglyphidae) Allergens Der p 1 and Der f 1 in Barbadian Homes

 

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The accumulated detritus of dust mites, desquamated skin and other dead organic matter, animal fur, abraded fragments of carpets and curtains, much of which is allergenic and capable of provoking asthma and other allergic reactions in susceptible persons.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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