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Techniques of molecular biology are now being applied to all fields of clinieal medicine. Molecular biology shows particular promise in the field of allergy. Already, cloning studies are defining the protein sequence of many allergens and allowing recombinant allergens to be synthesized. Soon...
This review addresses food hypersensitivity in the context of adverse food reactions, distinguishing them from food intolerance, and provides useful information regarding the extent of this medical problem. An extensive survey of both recent and past developments including the pathogenesis,...
The effect of hereditary and environmental factors on the level of IgE at birlh was assessed in 1319 unselected infants. Cord igE was measured using a new enzyme‐linked immunoassay. EIA Ultra® test. Information on family history of atopy and maternal smoking was obtained using a standard...
Non‐speeifie bronchial hyperresponsiveness (BHR) is intimately associated with the clinical condition recognized as asthma. BHR ean be present, however, in non‐asthmatic subjects, most notable in siblings of sthmatic subjects. What is not well understood, however, is whether inereased bronchial...
The priming effect of a bacterial lipopolysaccharide (LPS) on subsequent respiratory burst activity induced by either the chemoattractant formylmethionyl‐leucyi‐phenylalaninc (fMLP) or phorbol myristate acetate (PMA; a protein kinase C activator) was studied in human ncutrophils isolated from...
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