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(Allergic rhinitis)
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  • Alternaria alternata challenge at the nasal mucosa results in eosinophilic inflammation and increased susceptibility to influenza virus infection. [Journal Article]
  • CEClin Exp Allergy 2018 Feb 23
  • Ma M, Redes JL, … Rosenberg HF
  • CONCLUSIONS: Repetitive administration of A. alternata resulted in inflammation of the nasal mucosae and unanticipated morbidity and mortality in response to subsequent challenge with influenza virus. Interestingly, and in contrast to findings in the lower airways, eosinophils recruited to the nasal passages provided no protection against lethal infection. As increased susceptibility to influenza virus among individuals with rhinitis has been the subject of several clinical reports, this model may be used for further exploration of these observations. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
  • Diverse exocytic pathways for mast cell mediators. [Review]
  • BSBiochem Soc Trans 2018 Feb 22
  • Xu H, Bin NR, Sugita S
  • Mast cells play pivotal roles in innate and adaptive immunities but are also culprits in allergy, autoimmunity, and cardiovascular diseases. Mast cells respond to environmental changes by initiating ...
  • Clinical associations between allergies and rapid eye movement sleep disturbances. [Journal Article]
  • IFInt Forum Allergy Rhinol 2018 Feb 20
  • Berson SR, Klimczak J, … Abraham M
  • CONCLUSIONS: We revealed significant bidirectional associations between allergen positivity and increased REM-RDI values independent of BMI, AHI, RDI, and REM-AHI. Allergic inflammation and REM-RDI data may play important roles in diagnosing and treating fatigued SDB patients and as objective perioperative safety and outcomes measures.
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