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Parasite Infections, Allergy and Asthma: A Role for Tropomyosin in Promoting Type 2 Immune Responses

International Archives of Allergy and Immunology

Dec 23, 2019

Ana Carolina A F Sousa-SantosL Karla Arruda

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The relationship of parasite infections and promotion or protection from allergy and asthma is controversial. Currently, over 1.5 billion people are infected with parasites worldwide, and Ascaris lumbricoides is the most frequent soil-transmitted helminth. To evaluate the biological act...read more

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Detection
Inspiration Function
Asthma
Periplaneta americana
Plant Extracts
Immunoglobulins
Ingestion
Cross Reactions
Rhinitis
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Parasite Infections, Allergy and Asthma: A Role for Tropomyosin in Promoting Type 2 Immune Responses

International Archives of Allergy and Immunology

Dec 23, 2019

Ana Carolina A F Sousa-SantosL Karla Arruda

PMID: 31865358

DOI: 10.1159/000504982

Abstract

The relationship of parasite infections and promotion or protection from allergy and asthma is controversial. Currently, over 1.5 billion people are infected with parasites worldwide, and Ascaris lumbricoides is the most frequent soil-transmitted helminth. To evaluate the biological act...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Study
Detection
Inspiration Function
Asthma
Periplaneta americana
Plant Extracts
Immunoglobulins
Ingestion
Cross Reactions
Rhinitis
1

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American Thoracic Society: Clinical Problems

This feed has been developed in conjunction with the American Thoracic Society for the benefit of its Clinical Problems Assembly. It highlights new and impactful papers on clinical therapeutics, diagnoses, and practices pertaining to respiratory disease.

Allergies & Environmental Factors

Environmental factors are strongly associated with the prevalence of allergies and are an increasing health concern worldwide. Discover the latest research on Allergies and Environmental Factors here.

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