Tryptase genetics and anaphylaxis.

Abstract

Tryptases secreted by tissue mast cells and basophils can enter the bloodstream. In human subjects tryptases are encoded by several genes and alleles, including alpha, beta, gamma, and delta. Common variations include complete absence of alpha genes. Until recently, alpha tryptase was considered to be the major tryptase secreted at baseline and in… (More)

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