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Rare and new occupational inhalant allergens.

Occupational airway diseases induced by the inhalation of allergens at workplaces have become common, but the inducing substances are diverse and their pathomechanisms are not always clear. Only few allergens were studied in detail (like wheat flour dust and natural rubber latex) and most of the occupational airway sensitizers were documented only as case reports. In this review rare and exotic occupational Type I-aeroallergens according to their workplace application area (e.g., production of dough and bakery products, handling with decorative and economic plants, wood processing, fish-, shellfish-processing and fish breeding) are described.

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