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Association between attendance of day care centres and increased prevalence of eczema in the German birth cohort study LISAplus
Cramer, Claudia, January, 2011
Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 66(1), 68-75

A comparison of the prevalence and cumulative incidence of eczema in East and West Germany and an identification of risk factors associated with eczema, which includes child care attendance, based on data from Immune System and Allergies in East and West Germany Plus the influence of traffic emissions and genetics (LISAplus) birth cohort study conducted in Germany, that includes 3,097 children up to 6 years of age

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Daycare centers and schools as sources of exposure to mites, cockroach, and endotoxin in the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Rullo, Vera, 2002
Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 110(4), 582-588

A study of differences in levels of exposure to allergens and endotoxins among 4 types of public child care facilities in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and an investigation of the influence of children’s presence and cleaning procedures on allergen and endotoxin levels

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Exposure to indoor allergens in day-care facilities: Results from 2 North Carolina counties
Arbes, Samuel J., 2005
Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 116(1), 133-139

A study of the allergen levels in randomly selected child care facilities in two North Carolina counties as compared with allergen levels in southern homes that participated in the National Survey of Lead and Allergens in Housing

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