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Common environmental allergens in atopic asthma

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The common allergens identified in patients with atopic asthma include:

  • faeces of the house dust mite
  • cat salivary antigens
  • pollen (grass and trees)
  • fungal spores especially Aspergillus fumigatus
  • cockroach antigen

Occupation-specific allergens include:

  • grain antigens in bakers
  • rat antigens in laboratories

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