Component-resolved diagnostics in Thai children with cow’s milk and egg allergy
Wipa Jessadapakorn et al.
Mosquito allergy in children: Clinical features and limitation of commercially-available diagnostic tests
Wiparat Manuyakorn et al.
Comparison of the efficacy and safety of pollen allergen extracts using skin prick testing and serum specific IgE as references
Nualanong Visitsunthorn et al.
Allergy and Genetics
Association analyses identify two susceptibility loci 5q31 and 5q22.1 for atopic dermatitis in Chinese Han population
Xiao-Yun Jiang et al.
Genetic polymorphisms and allergenicity of Blo t 5 in a house dust mite allergic Filipino population
Loida R. Medina, Nat Malainual, John Donnie A. Ramos
The etiology and clinical features of anaphylaxis in a developing country: A nationwide survey in Turkey
Ersoy Civelek et al.
Is Oral Food Challenge (OFC) test safe for preschool children?
Sait Karaman et al.
Metabolomics analysis of anaphylactoid reaction reveals its mechanism in a rat model
Yubin Xu et al.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Allergy
Urinary cysteinyl leukotriene E4 level and therapeutic response to montelukast in children with mild obstructive sleep apnea
Kanokkarn Sunkonkit et al.
Duration of neutralizing antibody persisting in Thai individuals after childhood vaccination against smallpox
Kannikar Kwanchum et al.
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APJAI is a peer-reviewed journal published quarterly by The Association of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology of Thailand (AAIAT) since 1983, the oldest of its kind in the Asia and Pacific regions. APJAI publishes a broad range and novel findings in the areas of allergy, immunology and related fields, including preclinical and clinical findings. APJAI is an open access journal with a rapid reviewing process. The 2016 release of the Impact Factor by Journal Citation Reports® Science Edition is 1.011.