Papers related to paucimicronic particles
D'Amato G, Liccari G, D'Amato M, Holgate S. Environmental risk factors and allergic bronchial asthma Clinical & Experimental Allergy 2005; 35: 1113-1124.
D'Amato G. Airborne paucimicronic allergen-carrying particles and seasonal respiratory allergy. Allergy 2001; 56:1109-1111
Portnoy J. What do pollen counts mean? Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2004;93: 109-110.
Schappi GF, Suphioglu C, Taylor PE, Knox RB. Concentrations of the major birch tree allergen Bet v 1 in pollen and respirable fine particles in the atmosphere. J Allergy Clin Immunol 1997; 100: 656-661.
Schappi GF, Taylor PE, Pain MCF, Cameron PA, Dent AW, Staff IA, Suphioglu C. Concentrations of major grass group 5 allergens in pollen grains and atmospheric particles: implications for hay fever and allergic asthma sufferers sensitized to grass pollen allergens. Clinical and Experimental Allergy 1999; 29: 633-641.
Schappi GF, Taylor PE, Staff IA, Rolland JM, Suphioglu C. Immunologic significance of respirable atmospheric starch granules containing major birch allergen Bet v 1. Allergy 1999; 54: 478-483.
Solomon WR. Airborne pollen: A brief life. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2002; 109:895-900
Solomon WR. Ragweed pollinosis: answers awaiting explanations. Annals of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology 2001; 86: 141-142.
Spieksma FThM, Kramps JA, Van Der Linden AC, Nikkels BH, Plomp A, Koerten HK, Dijkman JH. Evidence of grass-pollen allergenic activity in the smaller micronic atmospheric aerosol fraction. Clinical and Experimental Allergy 1990; 20: 273-280.
Spieksma FThM, Nikkels AH. Similiarity in seasonal appearance between atmospheric birch-pollengrain and allergen in paucimicronic, size-fractionated ambient aerosol. Allergy 1999, 54: 235-241.
Suphioglu C, Singh MB, Taylor P, Bellomo R, Holmes P, Puy R, Knox RB. Mechanism of grass-pollen-induced asthma. The Lancet 1992; 339: 569-572.
Suphioglu C. Thunderstorm asthma due to grass pollen. Int Arch Allergy Immunol 1998; 116: 253-260.
Taylor PE, Flagan RC, Miguel AG, Valenta R, Glovsky MM. Birch pollen rupture and the release of aerosols of respirable allergens. Clin Exp Allergy 2004; 34:1591-1596.
Taylor PE, Flagan RC, Valenta R, Glovsky MM. Release of allergens as respirable aerosols: A link between grass pollen and asthma. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2002; 109:51-56.
Vinckier S, Smets E. The potential role of orbicules as a vector of allergens. Allergy 2001; 56: 1129-1136