IL-9 is a key component of memory TH cell peanut-specific responses from children with peanut allergy.

@article{Brough2014IL9IA,
  title={IL-9 is a key component of memory TH cell peanut-specific responses from children with peanut allergy.},
  author={Helen A Brough and David J Cousins and Alina Munteanu and Yuen Fei Wong and Asha Sudra and Kerry Makinson and Alick C. Stephens and Matthew Arno and Liviu Ciortuz and Gideon Lack and Victor Turcanu},
  journal={The Journal of allergy and clinical immunology},
  year={2014},
  volume={134 6},
  pages={1329-1338.e10}
}
BACKGROUND Differentiation between patients with peanut allergy (PA) and those with peanut sensitization (PS) who tolerate peanut but have peanut-specific IgE, positive skin prick test responses, or both represents a significant diagnostic difficulty. Previously, gene expression microarrays were successfully used to identify biomarkers and explore immune responses during PA immunotherapy. OBJECTIVE We aimed to characterize peanut-specific responses from patients with PA, subjects with PS, and… CONTINUE READING
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