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Lowe AJ, Leung DYM, Tang MLK, Su JC, Allen KJ. The skin as a target for Prevention of The Atopic March. Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology. 2018: 120; 145-151.
Lowe AJ, Angelica B, Su J, Lodge CJ, Hill DJ, Erbas B, Bennett CM, Gurrin LC, Axelrad C, Abramson MJ, Allen KJ, Dharmage SC. Age at onset and persistence of eczema are related to subsequent risk of asthma and hay fever from birth to 18 years of age. Pediatr Allergy Immunol. 2017; 28: 384-390.
Martin P, Koplin JJ, Eckert J, Lowe AJ, Ponsonby AL, Osborne NJ, Gurrin LC, Robinson MN, Hill DJ, Tang MLK, Dharmage SC, Allen KJ for the HealthNuts investigators. The prevalence and predictive risk factors of clinical eczema in infancy: a population-based observational study. Clin Exp Allergy, 2013; 43: 642-51.
Alduraywish SA, Standl M, Lodge CJ, Abramson MJ, Allen KJ, Erbas B, v. Berg A, Heinrich J, Lowe AJ, Dharmage SD. Is there a march from early food sensitization to later childhood allergic airway disease? Results from two prospective birth cohort studies, Pediatric Allergy and Immunology. 2017; 28: 30-7.
Alduraywish S, Lodge C, Vicendese D, Lowe A, Erbas B, Matheson M, Hopper J, Hill D, Axelrad C, Abramson M, Dharmage S, Allen K. Sensitization to milk, egg and peanut from birth to 18 years: a longitudinal study of a cohort at risk of allergic disease. Pediatric Allergy and Immunology. 2016; 27(1) 83-91.
Peters RL, Koplin JJ, Allen KJ, Lowe AJ, Lodge C, Tang MLK, Wake M, Ponsonby AL, Erbas B, Abramson MJ, Hill D, Gurrin LC, Dharmage SC. The prevalence of food sensitization appears not to have changed between two Melbourne cohorts of high-risk infants recruited 15 years apart. Clinical Immunology – In practice. 2018; 6(2): 440-448.