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2003Allergen detection from 11 fungal species before and after germinationGreen, Brett; Mitakakis, Teresa; Tovey, Euan; Biological Sciences; Medicine; Central Clinical School: MedicineAllergen detection from 11 fungal species before and after germination, Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, vol.111,(2),2003,pp 285-289
2002Allergen Detection from Spores of Nine Different Genera of the Fungi Imperfecti, Pre- and Post-GerminationGreen, Brett; Mitakakis, Teresa; Tovey, Euan; Biological Sciences; Medicine; Central Clinical School: MedicineAllergen Detection from Spores of Nine Different Genera of the Fungi Imperfecti, Pre- and Post-Germination, N/A, vol.N/A,(),2002,pp N/A-N/A
2002Comparison of vacuuming procedures for reservoir dust mite allergen on carpeted floorsTovey, Euan; Mahmic, Ajsa; Mitakakis, Teresa; Central Clinical School: MedicineComparison of vacuuming procedures for reservoir dust mite allergen on carpeted floors, Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, vol.109,(1),2002,pp 122-124
2001The effect of local cropping activites and weather on the airborne concentration of allergenic Alternaria spores in rural AustraliaClift, Alan; McGee, Peter; Mitakakis, Teresa; Crop, Horticulture and Food Production Systems; Biological Sciences; MedicineThe effect of local cropping activites and weather on the airborne concentration of allergenic Alternaria spores in rural Australia, Grana: international journal of palynology and aerobiology, vol.40, N/A,pp 230-239
2002Evidence for the genetic control of immunoglobulin E reactivity to the allergens of Alternaria alternataBritton, Warwick; Tovey, Euan; Duffy, D. L.; Karihaloo, C; Mitakakis, Teresa; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: MedicineEvidence for the genetic control of immunoglobulin E reactivity to the allergens of Alternaria alternata, Clinical and Experimental Allergy, vol.32,(N/A),2002,pp 1316-1322
2002Interventions of Latex Allergen Inhaled by Health Care Workers Through Use of Breathing Masks or Non-Powdered GlovesMarks, Guy; Mitakakis, Teresa; O'Hehir, Roslyn; O'Meara, Timothy; Toelle, Brett; Tovey, Euan; Yates, Deborah; Johnson, A; Sutherland, M F; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical Research; Medicine; Education Faculty Admin; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical Research; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical Research; Central Clinical School: Medicine; MedicineInterventions of Latex Allergen Inhaled by Health Care Workers Through Use of Breathing Masks or Non-Powdered Gloves, N/A, vol.N/A,(),2002,pp N/A-N/A
2002Particulate masks and non-powdered gloves reduce latex allergen inhaled by healthcare workersMarks, Guy; Toelle, Brett; Tovey, Euan; Johnson, A; Mitakakis, Teresa; O'Hehir, R E; Sutherland, M F; Yates, D H; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical Research; Central Clinical School: Woolcock Inst. of Medical Research; Central Clinical School: MedicineParticulate masks and non-powdered gloves reduce latex allergen inhaled by healthcare workers, Clinical and Experimental Allergy, vol.32,(8),2002,pp 1166-1169