The French network of Aerobiology (R.N.S.A.) is a 1901 law association created in 1996 to continue the work carried out since 1985 by the Aerobiology Laboratory of the Pasteur Institute in Paris.

The main purpose of this network is to study the content of the air in biological particles that may affect the allergy risk for the population. This includes the study of pollen and mould air content and a clinical data collection.

Data on the website may be invalidated or modified after release without information about it.

RNSA operates with a board (composed of clinicians, analysts and functional members) and a Scientific Council.

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