timothy grass


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timothy grass

(ˈtɪməθɪ) or

timothy

n
(Plants) a perennial grass, Phleum pratense, of temperate regions, having erect stiff stems and cylindrical flower spikes: grown for hay and pasture
[C18: apparently named after a Timothy Hanson, who brought it to colonial Carolina]
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0% of children were sensitised to at least one of the Timothy grass antigens, and 83.
In contrast, Grastek is limited to treatment of people with positive skin test or in vitro testing for pollen-specific IgE antibodies for Timothy grass or cross-reactive grass pollens.
She found that timothy grass exposed to 800 ppm C[O.
While grasses, including Timothy grass, can cause hay fever during June and July, other species such as birch, nettles and ragweed can also affect sufferers.
While grasses, including Timothy grass, can cause hayfever during June and July, other species such as birch, nettles and ragweed can also add to it.
HOUSTON -- The number needed to treat with Timothy grass sublingual immunotherapy tablets for allergic rhinitis to achieve a clinically meaningful response is 7.
These are the multipollen allergen tablet Oralair (Stallergenes), the Timothy grass pollen tablet Grastek (Merck), and the ragweed tablet Ragwitek (Merck).
According to FUW policy director Nick Fenwick, the land must have "more than 40% perennial ryegrass, Italian ryegrass, white clover, red clover, and/or Timothy grass.
In his view, there is only one enlightening comparative study, a recent randomized trial in which 40 Danish patients allergic to grass pollen received optimally dosed SLIT, SCIT, or neither for 15 months, with the same company's standardized injectable and tablet Timothy grass preparations being used.
As the name suggests, Silvermoor Timothy is made with Timothy grass, a traditional native grass that tends to have a higher fibre and lower protein and sugar content than other grasses, such as Ryegrass and Fescues, making it ideal for horses with specific dietary requirements.
Merck, on 27 March 2013, had announced that the FDA had also accepted the BLA for its investigational Timothy grass pollen (Phleum pratense) sublingual allergy immunotherapy tablet.
Timothy grass is an important grass plant from the timothy grass genus (Phleum) of the meadow grass family (Poaceae).