Tag: IL-33

Peanuts

Study: Antibody Injection Stops Peanut Allergy for 2 to 6 Weeks

A Stanford-led pilot study has provided early evidence that an antibody is a safe, effective and rapid food allergy treatment.
Child Scratching

Study: Scratching Starts Cascade of Immune Responses That Lead to Food...

Researchers may have solved the puzzle of how eczema leads to increased risk of developing food allergies.
IL-33

Researchers Discover Receptor That Protects Against Allergies and Asthma

Finding helps explain how allergic sensitivity originates and suggests new targets for allergy and asthma drugs.
Test Tubes

Adult Peanut Allergy: Therapy Cleared to Begin Phase IIa Trials

Antibody targets trigger also implicated in other food allergies, atopic diseases, and asthma.