J Tomaszewicz-Fryca

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The role of eosinophil cationic protein (ECP) in allergic inflammatory reaction has been documented in experimental and clinical studies, but a clinical usefulness is still discussed. In the study serum level of ECP has been evaluated in children with allergic diseases of the respiratory system in exacerbation and remission of symptoms for purpose of(More)
In the base of bronchial asthma is a chronic inflammatory process which takes place in bronchial mucous membrane. The main cells of allergic reaction are: mastocytes., basophils, eosinophiles and others. There are many factors released from them in various periods of allergic inflammation. Evaluation of a concentration of these factors may be very usefull(More)
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