Chemical Respiratory Allergy and Occupational Asthma: What are the Key Areas of Uncertainty?

In July 2006 RIFM held a ground-breaking workshop in London that brought together an international panel of scientific experts in chemical respiratory allergy and occupational asthma. The goal of the 2-day workshop was to develop a path towards solving the most pressing issues in this area, mainly methodology and models to identify and characterize the materials that have the potential to induce chemical respiratory allergy, occupational asthma and other related health effects. The review of this workshop Chemical respiratory allergy and occupational asthma: what are the key areas of uncertainty? by Daniel Isola, Ian Kimber, Katherine Sarlo, Jon Lalko and I. Glenn Sipes was published in the April 2008 issue of the Journal of Applied Toxicology.

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