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NNIW64 -Microbial–Host Interaction: Tolerance versus Allergy

Editor(s): P. Brandtzaeg, E. Isolauri, S.L. Prescott. vol. 64

The past 20 years research has evolved enormously on the topic of allergy, tolerance and immunology and one specific topic that has currently moved to the centre of allergy research is the role that microbes and their interaction with the host play in the process of immune programming. This workshop brought outstanding scientists to discuss changing environmental factors, including nutritional changes impacting on early microbe-host interaction and thus immune programming. New approaches to allergy prevention and ways to favour oral tolerance development along with the role of dietary compounds and allergens to treat food allergies have been largely discussed.

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Author(s): P. Brandtzaeg, E. Isolauri, S.L. Prescott

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