Role in Allergic Diseases of Immunological Cross-Reactivity between Allergens and Homologues of Parasite Proteins.

Abstract

Implied under the rubric of the hygiene hypothesis is that helminth infection can protect against allergic disease. It is well known that helminths induce processes associated with type 2 immune responses, but they also induce important regulatory responses that can modulate these type 2-associated responses-modulation that influences responses to bystander… (More)
DOI: 10.1615/CritRevImmunol.2016016545

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@article{Santiago2016RoleIA, title={Role in Allergic Diseases of Immunological Cross-Reactivity between Allergens and Homologues of Parasite Proteins.}, author={Helton C Santiago and Thomas B Nutman}, journal={Critical reviews in immunology}, year={2016}, volume={36 1}, pages={1-11} }