Recombinant allergen-specific antibody fragments: tools for diagnosis, prevention and therapy of type I allergy.

Abstract

Type I allergy represents a hypersensitivity occurring in almost 20% of the population that is based on the recognition of innocuous airborn antigens (pollen, mite, mould and pet allergens) by specific immunoglobulin E. Allergic symptoms (e.g. allergic rhinitis, conjunctivitis, asthma) are caused by the release of biological mediators from effector-cells… (More)

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