The increase in allergy and extended challenges
The influence of early environmental exposures on immune development and subsequent risk of allergic disease
The significance of environmental exposure on the progression of allergic diseases
Allergic diseases, gene-environment interactions
Infection and the development of allergic disease
Effect of parasite infection on allergic disease
Allergen structures and epitopes
Mucosal dendritic cells in allergy and immunotherapy
Mechanisms of immunotherapy and surrogate markers
The role of IgG antibodies in allergy and immunotherapy
Anaphylaxis pathogenesis and treatment
Anaphylaxis caused by Hymenoptera stings: from epidemiology to treatment
Dosing and efficacy in specific immunotherapy
Safety and tolerability of immunotherapy using various updosing schedules of a new SCIT product with an optimised allergen/aluminium hydroxide ratio
Immunological measures as potential markers of dose
Provocation tests as measure of efficacy and dosage
Sustained effects of grass pollen AIT
Effect of AIT in children including potential to prevent the development of asthma
Tolerability and efficacy of house dust mite AIT
Treatment of respiratory allergy with allergy immunotherapy tablets
Immunotherapy concepts under investigation
The future of specific immunotherapy: strategies and challenges for the next generation of allergy vaccines