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May 12, 2011: Allergenic Products Advisory Committee Meeting Bibliography


Borenstein, M., Ph.D.; The Case for Confidence Intervals in Controlled Clinical Trials. Confidential Clinical Trials, 15:411-428 (1994)

Briscoe, M., P., Day, J., M.D., FRCP(C), FACP, Environmental exposure unit; a system to test anti-allergic treatment. Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, 83:83-93, (1999)

Freeman, P.R., Ph.D., Tejani, N., M.D., The Role of P-Values in Analyzing Trail Results. Statistics in Medicine, 12:1443-1452 (1993)

Hohfeld, J.M., Holland-Letz, T., Larbing, M., Lavae-Mokhtari, M., Wierenga, E. Kapsenberg, M., van Ree, R., Krug, N., Bufe, A., Diagnostic value of outcomes measures following allergen exposure in an environmental challenge chamber compared with natural conditions. Clinical and Experimental Allergy, 40:998-1006 (2010)

Honsa, J.D., McIntyre, A., ISO 17025: Practical Benefits of Implementing a Quality System, Statistical Analysis. Journal of AOAC International 86(5):1038-1044 (2003)

Krug, N., Loedding, Hohfeld, J.M., Larbing, M., Buckendahl, A., Badorrek, P., Geldmacher, H., Dunkhorst, W., Windt, H., Luettig, B., Koch, W., Validation of an environmental exposure unit for controlled human inhalation studies with grass pollen in patients with seasonal allergic rhinitis. Clin. Exp Allergy, 33:1667-1674 (2003)

Visintainer, P.F., Understanding and Using Confidence Intervals in Clinical Research.

The Journal of Maternal-Fetal Medicine 7:201-206 (1998)