pollinosis


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pollinosis

[‚päl·ə′nō·səs]
(medicine)
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The first review article on the pollinosis in Japan "Pollen allergy" (10) was published by Ishizaki in 1957, and the first systematic study of pollinosis in Japan was carried out on ragweed pollinosis by Araki in 1960-61.
Discovery and nomenclature of Japanese cedar pollinosis
Japanese cedar pollinosis is the first pollinosis which is caused by the plant indigenous to wide regions of Japan.
This experience was the prelude to the discovery of Japanese cedar pollinosis.
Based on the results of the clinical allergological, immunoserological, and palynological examinations, I concluded that the 21 patients had pollinosis, with the causative allergen being pollen of Cryptomeria japonica D.
In experiments on dogs, Sakaguchi succeeded in controlling such symptoms for several years by changing immune reactions through injection of cedar pollinosis allergen-producing genes.
Lactobacillus strains stabilize intestinal microbiota in Japanese cedar pollinosis patients.
The major allergen responsible for Japanese cedar pollinosis is also found in the respective orbicules and on the tapetal materials remaining in the young anther, using both monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies produced from the protein (Miki-Hirosige et al.
Forty-four patients (mean age, 36 years) with Japanese cedar pollinosis were randomly assigned to receive, in double-blind fashion, Bifidobacterium longum strain BB536 or placebo for 13 weeks during the pollen season.
Using visual analogue scale scores, significant improvements in year 1 occurred in patients who had learned self-hypnosis: pollinosis symptoms -29.
Efficacia clinica di UN novo trattemento iposemibilizzante, EPD (enzyme potentiated desensitization) nella terapia Delia pollinosi.