aeroallergen

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aeroallergen

[‚e·rō′al·ər·jən]
(medicine)
Any airborne particulate matter that can induce allergic responses in sensitive persons.
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The results of the Health Impacts of Airborne Allergen Information Network (HIALINE project) will also be presented at the EAACI Congress 2012.
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