The use of serum-free medium unmasks covert allergen-specific T-cell reactivity in close to 100% of atopic and normal individuals.

J.W. Upham, B.J. Holt, M.J. Baron-Hay, A. Yabuhara, B.J. Hales, W.R. Thomas, R. Loh, P. O'Keeffe, L. Palmer, Peter Lesouef, P.N. Sly, P. Burton, B.W.S. Robinson, P.G. Holt

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)634-42
JournalClinical and Experimental Allergy
Volume25
Publication statusPublished - 1995

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Upham, J. W., Holt, B. J., Baron-Hay, M. J., Yabuhara, A., Hales, B. J., Thomas, W. R., Loh, R., O'Keeffe, P., Palmer, L., Lesouef, P., Sly, P. N., Burton, P., Robinson, B. W. S., & Holt, P. G. (1995). The use of serum-free medium unmasks covert allergen-specific T-cell reactivity in close to 100% of atopic and normal individuals. Clinical and Experimental Allergy, 25, 634-42.