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Clinical efficacy of sublingual immunotherapy is associated with restoration of steady-state serum lipocalin 2 after SLIT: a pilot study
Roth-Walter F, et al. World Allergy Organ J 2018. Among authors: Schmutz R. PMID 30323863 Free PMC article.
Among blood parameters a lower absolute rise in the lymphocyte population (p < 0.05) negatively correlated with symptom improvement (Pearson r 0.3395), and a lower relative increase in the neutrophils were associated with improvement in TNSS (p < 0.05). LCN2 levels 9 months after immunotherapy showed a low positive correlation with the relative improvement of symptoms (Pearson r 0.3293). ...
Among blood parameters a lower absolute rise in the lymphocyte population (p < 0.05) negatively correlated with symptom improvement (Pear …
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