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Cold Urticaria: Top KOLs in the world

Allen P Kaplan #1
Allen P Kaplan
Department of Medicine, Division of Pulmonary and Critical C
Known for Factor Xii |  Chronic Urticaria |  Histamine Release |  Hereditary Angioedema |  Endothelial Cells
Stephen I Wasserman #2
Stephen I Wasserman
Department of Medicine, University of California San Diego,
Known for Cold Urticaria |  Middle Ear |  Nedocromil Sodium |  Otitis Media |  Mast Cells

Alan A Wanderer #3
Alan A Wanderer
From the Department of Medicine, Division of Allergy, Univer
Known for Diagnostic Classification |  Systemic Reactions |  Acu Syndromes |  Cold Urticaria |  Serum Factors
Malcolm Watson Greaves #4
Malcolm Watson Greaves
Department of Cutaneous Allergy, St. John's Institute of Der
Known for Arachidonic Acid |  Leukotriene B4 |  Histamine Release |  Chronic Urticaria |  Human Skin
Michael A Beaven #5
Michael A Beaven
Laboratory of Molecular Immunology, National Heart, Lung, an
Known for Histamine Release |  Histaminase Activity |  Arachidonic Acid |  Mast Cells |  Protein Kinase
Anne Kobza Black #6
Anne Kobza Black
St John's Institute of Dermatology, St Thomas' Hospital, Lon
Known for Delayed Pressure Urticaria |  Histamine Release |  Leukotriene B4 |  Human Skin |  Arachidonic Acid
Zdenka Horakova #7
Zdenka Horakova
Laboratory of Cellular Metabolism, National Heart, Lung, and
Known for Ribose Conjugation |  Acetic Acid |  Histamine Release |  Cold Urticaria |  Rat Stomach
Nicholas Arthur Soter #8
Nicholas Arthur Soter
The Ronald O. Perelman Department of Dermatology, New York U
Known for Uvb Phototherapy |  Cold Urticaria |  Tacrolimus Ointment |  Chronic Actinic Dermatitis |  Mast Cells
Torsten Zuberbier #9
Torsten Zuberbier
Berlin Institute of Health, Berlin, Germany | Fraunhofer Ins
Known for Mast Cells |  Atopic Dermatitis |  Global Allergy |  Allergic Rhinitis |  Chronic Urticaria
Richard S Farr #10
Richard S Farr
From National Jewish Medical and Research Center, Denver | D
Known for Reaginic Activity |  Primary Interaction |  Cold Urticaria |  Acetylsalicylic Acid |  Serum Albumin


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