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Asian sand dust (ASD) is known to cause adverse respiratory health disorders, but there is no beneficial strategies for preventing harmful health effects by ASD. This study aimed to evaluate the inhibitory effects of a combined extract mixture of ivy leaves and Coptidis rhizoma on allergic lung inflammation responses to ASD. Allergic lung inflammation was evoked with ovalbumin (OVA) or OVA plus ASD in a murine asthma model. ASD significantly enhanced allergic lung inflammation in the airwaydoi:10.17480/psk.2018.62.1.21 fatcat:tvnftxkypbfnrl4szobqz6b5bq