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Pollen Group's Bibliography (2002-2003)

Peer-Reviewed Journals

1. Taylor, P.E., Flagan, R., Valenta, R., and Glovsky, M.M.: Release of allergens in respirable aerosols: a link between grass pollen and asthma. J. Allergy & Clinical Imm. 109, 51-56 (2002).

2. Taylor, P.E., Flagan, R, Miguel AG, Valenta R, Glovsky MM (2004) Birch pollen rupture and the release of aerosols of respirable allergens. Clin Exp Allergy 34:1591-1596. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2222.2004.02078.x.

3. Taylor PE & Jonsson H (2004) Thunderstorm asthma. Current Allergy and Asthma Reports 4: 409-413 [invited review]

4. Taylor PE, Flagan RC, Miguel AG, Glovsky MM (2004) Release of respirable allergens into the outdoor air. In: Allergy Frontiers and Futures. Allergy and Clinicl Immunology International - Journal of the World Allergy Organization. Supplement 1, Proceedings of the 24th. Symposioum of the Collegium Internationale Allergologicum. Eds; JB Bienenstock, T Ring, AGT Togias. Hogefe and Huber Publishers, USA. p15-16.

5. Glovsky, MM, Taylor PE, Esch R, Miguel AG, House J, Tran L, Flagan RC (2003) Respirable allergenic aerosols produced from pollen and molds. In: Asthma: from genes to clinical management. Ed: R. Sepiashvili. Monduzzi Editore, Bologna, Italy p155-160. D705R9050.

6. Graham B, Guyon P, Maenhalut W, Tayor PE, Ebert M, Matthias-Maser S, Mayol-Bracero OL, Godoi RHM, Artaxo P, Meixner F, Moura MAL, Rocha CH, Eca D, Grieken RV, Glovshky MM, Flagan RC, and Andreae MO (2003) Ccompoosition and diurnal variations of the natural Amazonian aerosol. J Geophys Res-Atmos Vol. 108, No. D24, 4765. doi:10.1029/2003JD004049

7. Graham, B, Guyon P, Taylor PE, Artaxo P, Glovsky MM, Glagan RC, and Andreae MO (2003) Organic compounds present in the natural Amazonian aerosol: characterization by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. J Geophys Res-Atmos Vol. 108, No. D24, 4766, doi:10.1029/2003JD003990.

8. Taylor PE, Flagan R, Valenta R, and Glovsky MM (2002) Release of allergens in respirable aerosols: a link between grass pollen and asthma. J. Allergy Clin Immunol 109:51-56

9. Taylor PE, Card G, House J, Dickinson MH and Flagan RC (2006) High-speed pollen release in the white mulberry tree, Morus alba L. Sex Plant Reprod 18:47-47. doi:10.1007/s00497-006-0025-5.

 

Conference Abstracts

2, Glovsky, M.M., Taylor, P.E., Valenta, R., and Flagan, R.C.: Pollen fragments that may trigger asthma are released directly from major allergenic plants. J. Fed. Am. Soc. Exp. Bio., 16, A673 (2002).

3. Taylor, P.E., Flagan, R., and Glovsky, M.M.: Pollen fragments are released as respirable aerosols from major allergenic trees and weeks. J. Allergy & Clin. Immun., 109, 303 (2002)

4. Taylor, P.E., Flagan, R., Miguel A.G., Valenta, R., and Glovsky, M.M.: Identification of birch pollen respirable particles. Chest, 123 (S), 433 (2003)

5. Taylor, P.E., Flagan, R.C., Miguel, A., and Glovsky, M.M.: Release of respirable allergens in the outdoor air. Allergy & Clin. Immun. Intl. (in press), (2003)