A Review of the Pharmacological Properties of Psoralen
- Biology, ChemistryFrontiers in Pharmacology
The antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective effects of psoralen are a result of its interaction with viral polymerase (Pol), destroying the formation of biofilm, and regulating the activation of tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-α), transforming growth factor beta (TGF-β) and the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis.
Role of iBALT in Respiratory Immunity.
- Biology, MedicineCurrent topics in microbiology and immunology
The activity of iBALT is demonstrably beneficial for the clearance of respiratory pathogens; however, it is less clear whether it dampens or exacerbates inflammatory responses to non-infectious agents.
IL‐37 attenuates allergic process via STAT6/STAT3 pathways in murine allergic rhinitis
- Biology, MedicineInternational immunopharmacology
Berberine improves airway inflammation and inhibits NF-κB signaling pathway in an ovalbumin-induced rat model of asthma
- Biology, MedicineThe Journal of asthma : official journal of the Association for the Care of Asthma
Berberine dose-dependently reversed the alterations induced by OVA in the asthmatic rats and suggested a therapeutic potential of berberine on OVA- induced airway inflammation.
Combinations of distinct long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acid species for improved dietary treatment against allergic bronchial asthma.
Diagnostic Value of Serum Baseline Tryptase Levels in Childhood Asthma and Its Correlation with Disease Severity
- MedicineInternational Archives of Allergy and Immunology
Whether serum baseline tryptase (sBT) levels might be a useful marker not only for the accurate diagnosis of childhood asthma, but also for the prediction of disease severity is explored.
Sesamin attenuates allergic airway inflammation through the suppression of nuclear factor-kappa B activation.
- Biology, MedicineExperimental and therapeutic medicine
It is demonstrated that sesamin decreases the activation of NF-κB in order to attenuate allergic airway inflammation in a murine model of asthma, possibly via the regulation of phosphorylation of p38 MAPK.
TH9 cell differentiation, transcriptional control and function in inflammation, autoimmune diseases and cancer
- Biology, MedicineOncotarget
It is now clear that TH9 cells play critical roles in immune-mediated diseases, including allergic airway, autoimmune and inflammatory bowel diseases, and cancer, and the promotion or suppression of TH9 cell differentiation, transcriptional control and function may provide novel treatments for clinical inflammation, autoimmune diseases and tumors.
Ginsenoside Rh2 attenuates allergic airway inflammation by modulating nuclear factor-κB activation in a murine model of asthma.
- Biology, MedicineMolecular medicine reports
The results suggested that G-Rh2 attenuates allergic airway inflammation by regulating NF-κB activation and p38 MAPK phosphorylation induced by OVA inhalation, which supported the potential use of G- Rh2 to prevent and/or treat asthma and other airway inflammatory disorders.
The polymeric mucin Muc5ac is required for allergic airway hyperreactivity
- BiologyNature communications
It is shown that Muc5ac is a central effector of allergic inflammation that is required for airway hyperreactivity (AHR) to methacholine (MCh) in mice bred on two well-characterized strain backgrounds and exposed to two separate allergic stimuli, and genetic removal of MUC5ac abolishes AHR.
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Early-life respiratory viral infections, atopic sensitization, and risk of subsequent development of persistent asthma
- MedicineJournal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology
Effect of an interleukin-4 variant on late phase asthmatic response to allergen challenge in asthmatic patients: results of two phase 2a studies
- MedicineThe Lancet
Role of mast cells in allergic and non-allergic immune responses: comparison of human and murine data
- BiologyNature Reviews Immunology
Recent data on human mast cells is summarized, differences with murine mast cells are discussed, and new tools to study this increasingly meaningful cell type in humans are described.
Worldwide time trends in the prevalence of symptoms of asthma, allergic rhinoconjunctivitis, and eczema in childhood: ISAAC Phases One and Three repeat multicountry cross-sectional surveys
- MedicineThe Lancet
Study of modifiable risk factors for asthma exacerbations: virus infection and allergen exposure increase the risk of asthma hospital admissions in children
Natural virus infection and real life allergen exposure in allergic asthmatic children increase the risk of hospital admission.
Drug development strategies for asthma: in search of a new paradigm
- MedicineNature Immunology
It is argued that the continuation of this trend is inevitable unless there is a substantial realignment of entrenched drug development policy in the pharmaceutical industry and a parallel shift in licensing policy by regulatory authorities to encourage the development of drugs capable of halting the progression of asthma when the disease first manifests in childhood.
Late asthmatic reactions induced by inhalation of allergen-derived T cell peptides.
- Biology, MedicineAmerican journal of respiratory and critical care medicine
It is shown that inhalation of Fel d 1-derived peptides induced isolated LAR in individuals with asthma sensitive to cat allergen comparable with that previously demonstrated using intradermal injection and represents a novel model of provoked asthma.
Reassessing the Th2 cytokine basis of asthma.
- Biology, MedicineTrends in pharmacological sciences
Differential responses of human monocytes and macrophages to IL‐4 and IL‐13
- Biology, MedicineJournal of leukocyte biology
It is suggested that different functional responses to IL‐4 and IL‐13 by human monocytes and macrophages may result from reduced expression of γc andIL‐13Rα1.
The inflammation–repair cycle in asthma: the pivotal role of the airway epithelium
- Biology, MedicineClinical and experimental allergy : journal of the British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology
The last decade has witnessed a considerable increase in knowledge of the factors underlying airway dysfunction in asthma, and the clear association of airway inflammation with all forms of the disease is of special importance.