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Relationship between the sensitization to shrimp and mites. Exploration of cross-reactivity due tropomyosin.

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Summary of "Relationship between the sensitization to shrimp and mites. Exploration of cross-reactivity due tropomyosin."

Little is known out the sensitization to shrimp in patients with respiratory allergies who are sensitized to mites and about the clinical relevance of that sensitization in the tropical region.

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Name: Revista alergia Mexico (Tecamachalco, Puebla, Mexico : 1993)
ISSN: 0002-5151
Pages: 205-216

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