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The Prevalence of Food Sensitization Appears Not to Have Changed between 2 Melbourne Cohorts of High-Risk Infants Recruited 15 Years Apart.

Pubmed ID: 
29248387
Year: 
2017
Month: 
Dec
Citation: 
Peters RL, Koplin JJ, Allen KJ, Lowe AJ, Lodge CJ, Tang MLK, Wake M, Ponsonby AL, Erbas B, Abramson MJ, Hill D, Gurrin LC, Dharmage SC. The Prevalence of Food Sensitization Appears Not to Have Changed between 2 Melbourne Cohorts of High-Risk Infants Recruited 15 Years Apart. The journal of allergy and clinical immunology. In practice (2017) PubMed (Grant IDs: APP1006215)