. .. Discussion,

.. .. Mise,

;. .. Terrain, facteur de risque et sévérité des allergies à ces fruits exotiques, p.36

, Place de la biologie pour le diagnostic de ces allergies alimentaires

. .. , Quel allergène pourrait être responsable de ce syndrome pollen-aliment ?, p.38

, Méthodes expérimentales : limites et perspectives

. .. Conclusion,

. .. Références-bibliographiques,

. .. Annexes,

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