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  • Anaphylactic reaction in patient allergic to mango. [Journal Article]
  • AAAllergy Asthma Clin Immunol 2018; 14:78
  • Ukleja-Sokołowska N, Gawrońska-Ukleja E, … Bartuzi Z
  • CONCLUSIONS: An anaphylactic reaction to consumed mango, resulting from cross-allergy with mugwort Art v 1 was diagnosed in the patient. Acute urticarial in this case is a manifestation of IgE-mediated food allergy. During in vitro diagnostic procedures we found an elevated concentration of IgE specific to several food allergens (including celery, peppers, carrot, banana, peach, apple, shrimp). The elimination diet removing allergens the patient was allergic to was recommended. Considering the anaphylactic reaction the patient was instructed to carry a rescue set composed of an adrenaline autosyringe, steroids, and antihistamines.
  • Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus S1 protein is the critical inducer of apoptosis. [Journal Article]
  • VJVirol J 2018 Nov 07; 15(1):170
  • Chen Y, Zhang Z, … Yang H
  • CONCLUSIONS: S1 Spike protein is one of the most critical functional proteins that contribute to cell apoptosis. Expression of S1 proteins of the coronavirus tested in this study could all induce cell apoptosis suggesting S1 maybe is an effective inducer in Coronavirus-induced cell apoptosis and targeting S1 protein expression probably is a promising strategy to inhibit coronavirus infection and thus mediated apoptosis on host cells.
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