William O.C.M. Cookson

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Immunoglobulin E (IgE) is a central mediator of allergic (atopic) inflammation. Therapies directed against IgE can alleviate hay fever and allergic asthma. Genetic association studies have not yet identified novel therapeutic targets or pathways underlying IgE regulation. We therefore surveyed epigenetic associations between serum IgE concentrations and(More)
Reproducibility of skin tests: a comparative study of the Pepys prick test and the Morrow-Brown needle and their correlation with the serum IgE level. Use of induced sputum cell counts to investigate airway inflammation in asthma. Thorax 1992;47:25-9. 8. ATS/ERS recommendations for standardized procedures for the online and offline measurement of exhaled(More)
NIDDM has a strong genetic component, as evidenced by the high level of concordance between identical twins. The nature of the genetic predisposition has remained largely unknown. Recently, the glucokinase gene locus on chromosome 7p has been shown to be linked to a subtype of NIDDM known as MODY in French and British pedigrees, and glucokinase mutations(More)
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