Project completed: final report is available from the FSA Library and Information centre. To obtain a copy, please contact the Enquiry Desk, Dr Elsie Widdowson Library and Information Services, Food Standards Agency (020 7276 8181/8182 or at firstname.lastname@example.org).
Vance GHS, Warner JO. Poster presentation entitled 'Can measurement of egg specific IgG be used to monitor compliance to an egg free diet?' American Academy of Asthma, Allergy and Immunology (Feb 1999).
Vance GHS, Jones CA, Warner JA and Warner JO. Oral presentations entitled 'Immunoglobulin G responses to egg allergen during the first five years of life' International Congress of Allergology and Clinical Immunology. Sydney, Australia. October 2000.
Vance GHS, Holloway JA, Warner JO, Jones CA. Oral presentations entitiled 'Foetal exposure to a dietary and inhalant allergen'. International Congress of Allergology and Clinical Immunology, Sydney, Australia. October 2000.
Grimshaw KEC, Vance GHS, Kilburn SA, Warner JO. Poster presentation entitled 'Effect of maternal egg avoidance on serum concentrations of egg specific IgG'. XIIIth International Congress of Dietetics. Edinburgh, UK July 2000.
Warner JO, Jones CA, Kilburn Sa, Vance GHS, Warner JA. Prenatal sensitisation in humans. Pediatr Allergy Immunol 2000;11 (suppl 13): 6-8.
Vance GHS, Holloway JA, Warner JO. Oral presentation to EACCI congress: The Allergic March: Update on prospective birth cohort studies addressing the development of atopy and asthma in childhood. Berlin, Germany. May 2000.
Jones CA, Vance GHS, Power LL, Pender SLF, Macdonald TT, Warner JO. Costimulatory molecules in the developing human gastrointestinal tract: a pathway for fetal allergen priming. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2001;108(2): 235-41.
Jones CA, Holloway JA, Popplewell EJ, Diaper ND, Holloway JW, Vance GHS, Warner JA, Warner JO. Reduced soluble CD14 levels in amniotic fluid and breast milk are associated with the subsequent development of atopy, eczema or both. J.Allergy Clin Immunol 2002;109:858-66.
PhD submission by Dr G Vance. Early life exposure to dietary allergen – characteristics, and consequences for allergic sensitisation and disease. PhD thesis, University of Southampton 2002.
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