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Toll-like receptors on lung epithelia recognize allergens and help provoke asthma. The findings put new emphasis on innate immunity as a driver of allergic responses (pages 410–416).

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  1. Clare M. Lloyd is in the Leukocyte Biology Section, UK National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College, London, UK. c.lloyd@imperial.ac.uk

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