Cellular mechanisms of T cell mediated drug hypersensitivity

Current Opinion in Immunology
Basil Gerber, Werner Joseph Pichler

Abstract

Noncovalent drug presentation leads to the activation of drug-specific T cells. In some patients with hypersensitivity, such a response occurs within hours even upon the first exposure to the drug. Thus, the reaction to the drug might not be due to a classical, primary response, but rather mediated by existing, preactivated T cells that are cross specific for the drug, and have an additional (peptide) specificity as well.

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