Allergy research 1900-1933

Here is a brief summary of allergy research as an index to Schadewaldt

1900 Posselt (1:370; 4:44)
enteritis membranacea used synonymous to asthma

1902 Kratschmer (2:100)
hay fever is triggered by trigeminus reflex

1902 Portier, P; Richet, Ch. (1:48; 4:45)
discovery of anaphylaxis in animal experiment

1902 Pirquet, C. von (1:65-68)
first use of the term “allergy” for anaphylactic events

1903 Thost (2:78-79)
neurosis theory of hay fever: “aristocracy of mind”

1903 Bullowa, Kaplan (2:344)
adrenaline as therapeutic agent

1903 Pirquet, C. von; Schick, B (1:46)
oversensivity and accelerated reaction seen as reaction of an organism after second injection of specific antigen

1904 Rowland (2:156)
therapy of hay fever by diphteria antitoxin

1905, 1909 Czerny (1:363)
new term: exsudative diathesis

1906 Wolff-Eisner (2:157-161)
description of toxic effect of pollen proteins: urticaria of the mucosa

1906 Schilling (2:348-349)
therapy of asthma by x-ray

1906 Langlois (2:163)
anaphylactic genesis of hay fever

1907 Billard (2:154)
therapy of hay fever with “anti-toxic” sera

1907 Weichardt (2:162)
hypersensitization after contact with foreign proteins

1908 Todd (2:158)
new term for hay fever: “pollinosis”

1908 Hamburger, F. (1:47)
hypersensitization and immunity as antipode to “allergy” in contrast to the tuberculin reaction

1909 Gilette (2:306-307)
description of allergic shock and asthma after injection of curative serum against diphteria

1910 Von Strümpell (1:370)
description of colica mucosa as “intestinal asthma”

1910 Egbert (2:287; 2:308-309)
hay fever and asthma being the same disease

1910-12 Stäubli (1:368, 1:369)
eosinophilia as “eosinophilic diathesis”

1910 Béal (2:310)
asthma as food-induced anaphylactic phenomenon

1910 Albus (2:156)
therapy of hay fever with pooled sera of hay fever patients

1910 Meltzer, Auer, Lewis u.a. (2:304-306, 2:309-310)
asthma and hay fever as anaphylactic reaction

1911 Eli Moschcowitz (1:366)
association of eosinophilia and anaphylaxis

1911 Schittenhelm, Weichardt (1:370)
colica mucosa renamed as “enteritis anaphylactica”, resemblance to asthma

1910-11 various authors (2:299-303)
severe eosinophila in asthma patients

1911 Noon, Freeman (2:165)
hyposensitization of hay fever patients with pollen extracts

1912 Sticker (2:77)
hay fever as urban and aristocratic disease

1912 Schlecht, Schwenker (2:311; 1:365)
association of anaphylaxis and asthma, detection of local eosinophilia in lungs of guinea pigs

1913 Prausnitz (2:166)
hay fever as specific cellular anaphylaxis of mucosa

1913 Frankfurter, Storm van Leeuwen (2:347; 1:83)
therapy of asthma with tuberculin

1913 Richet, Charles
Nobel prize for the discovery of anaphylaxy (strictly limited to animal experiments)

1913 Koessler (2:311)
sensitization against proteins resulting in asthma

1912-30 various authors (2:155)
pollantin as adjuvant for hay fever patients

1913 Lériche (2:86)
gout as an anaphylactic phenomenon

1917 Auld (2:347)
therapy of asthma with peptone

1917-18 Walker (2:315)
proteins as a cause for asthma

1922 Kämmerer (2:316)
asthma as consequence of infections

1922 various authors (2:317-319)
asthma caused by bacteria, moulds, parasites, dust

1922-24 Chaufford, Llewellyn (2:86)
gout as allergic phenomenon

1924 Weil, Lettule (2:87)
gout as allergic-hyperergic inflammation

1924 Chen, Schmidt, Nagel (2:346)
therapy of asthma with ephedrine

1924 Storm van Leeuwen; Scheppegrell, Leopold brothers (2:169; 2:319-325; 2:327)
rooms with dust filters for patients with hay fever or asthma

1925 Storm van Leeuwen (2:328-329)
aspergillus, human dander and house dust as allergens

1927, 1935 Tiefensee, Zipperlen (2:321)
asthma dependent on geological formations and water table

1928-1945 various authors (2:338-340)
discovery of histological changes in lungs of asthma patients

1930-33 Cohen u.a. (2:131)
experimental sensitization of humans

1931-33 various authors (2:89)
coherence of urticaria and hay fever

1932 Campbell (4:83)
“strange lung symptoms” following farmers and haymaking

1933 Sternberg (2:162)
hay fever as allergy against pollen, prophylactic desensitization