allergen

[ UK /ˈæləd‍ʒən/ ]
[ US /ˈæɫɝdʒən/ ]
NOUN
  1. any substance that can cause an allergy
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How To Use allergen In A Sentence

  • Protection of skin from light exposure, photo-allergen avoidance, topical corticosteroids, oral nicotinamide, vitamine B complex and antihistamines were effective in most cases.
  • Yet, some studies have suggested some kids with ADHD benefit from an elimination, also known as a hypoallergenic, diet. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • Exposure to ozone causes acute changes in lung function, neutrophil infiltration, cytokine release, and potentiation of allergen-induced bronchoconstriction.
  • But it doesn't go into new research about how or when to introduce potentially allergenic foods to infants or whether avoiding certain foods during pregnancy can reduce the incidence of allergies in your child. Book explains allergies, asthma; magazine rates teen TV shows for safe-sex info
  • It is naturally anti-bacterial and antiallergenic and is three times as absorbant as cotton. Times, Sunday Times
  • Many provide relief through bronchial or vasal dilations, allowing you to breathe more easily, but they don't affect the body's response to allergens per se.
  • Allergic skin reactivity and chemical properties of allergens in two grades of lactose. Allegic Reactions from Lactose in Dry Powder Asthma Inhalers
  • Proteins that occur only in minor amounts can also be major food allergens, as has been shown for an allergen from codfish.
  • Like the pillow the white on white design and three flag insignia is classic, elegant, and free of worry as the pillow features double stitching ensuring a sealed hypoallergenic pillow that no down will escape. A “Spruce Goose” of a Pillow
  • Secondly, mineral makeup is all natural and hypo - allergenic.
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