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Pyogenic Bacterial Infections in Humans with MyD88 Deficiency
MyD88 is a key downstream adapter for most Toll-like receptors (TLRs) and interleukin-1 receptors (IL-1Rs). MyD88 deficiency in mice leads to susceptibility to a broad range of pathogens inExpand
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Is epitope recognition of shrimp allergens useful to predict clinical reactivity?
Shrimp is a frequent cause of severe allergic reactions world‐wide. Due to issues such as cross‐reactivity, diagnosis of shrimp allergy is still inaccurate, requiring the need for double‐blind,Expand
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Ovalbumin‐specific IgE/IgG4 ratio might improve the prediction of cooked and uncooked egg tolerance development in egg‐allergic children
Accurate predictors of natural tolerance development to cooked and uncooked egg are needed in egg‐allergic patients.
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Lipid transfer protein syndrome: clinical pattern, cofactor effect and profile of molecular sensitization to plant‐foods and pollens
Multiple plant‐food sensitizations with a complex pattern of clinical manifestations are a common feature of lipid transfer protein (LTP)‐allergic patients. Component‐resolved diagnosis permits theExpand
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Molecular Diagnosis of Shrimp Allergy: Efficiency of Several Allergens to Predict Clinical Reactivity.
BACKGROUND The diagnosis of shellfish allergy remains a challenge for clinicians. Several shellfish allergens have been characterized and their IgE epitopes identified. However, the clinicalExpand
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Shellfish allergens: tropomyosin and beyond
IgE‐mediated shellfish allergy constitutes an important cause of food‐related adverse reactions. Shellfish are classified into mollusks and crustaceans, the latter belonging to the class ofExpand
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Distinct transcriptome profiles differentiate nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug-dependent from nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug-independent food-induced anaphylaxis.
BACKGROUND Lipid transfer protein (LTP), an abundant protein in fruits, vegetables, and nuts, is a common food allergen in Mediterranean areas causing diverse allergic reactions. Approximately 40% ofExpand
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Serum Calprotectin Versus Acute‐Phase Reactants in the Discrimination of Inflammatory Disease Activity in Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients Receiving Tumor Necrosis Factor Inhibitors
To compare the accuracy of serum calprotectin and acute‐phase reactants (C‐reactive protein [CRP] and erythrocyte sedimentation rate [ESR]) in stratifying disease activity in rheumatoid arthritisExpand
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Calprotectin strongly and independently predicts relapse in rheumatoid arthritis and polyarticular psoriatic arthritis patients treated with tumor necrosis factor inhibitors: a 1-year prospective
BackgroundCalprotectin is a biomarker of disease activity in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and psoriatic arthritis (PsA) and predicts relapse in juvenile idiopathic arthritis. Higher drug trough serumExpand
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