Tag: immunoglobulin E (IgE)

Food Allergy Reaction

Learn the Biology of Food Allergy in 7 Minutes With These...

These videos will give you a solid understanding of how one develops food allergies and what happens in the body during a reaction.
Models of Interleukin 4 and 13

Antibody May Provide New Treatment for Food Allergies

“This research suggests a potentially transformative treatment for peanut allergy in particular and food allergies in general.”
Blood Test

Recent Trial of Basophil Activation Test Near 100% Accurate at Diagnosing...

Will BAT eventually replace Oral Food Challenges?
Palforzia Capsules with Logo

Aimmune Presents New Clinical Data From Patients Treated With PALFORZIA® for...

Majority of patients experienced low rates of adverse events which declined in frequency and severity with continued treatment.
Sunflower Seeds

New Study Examines Allergic Reactions to Sunflower Seeds

Examines the clinical and immunologic features of patients who have sensitivity to sunflower seeds.
IgG Antibody

Company Developing Therapy to Prevent “Allergic Cascade” Emerges from Stealth Mode

IgGenix will develop a therapy that focuses on all types of food allergies and related conditions.
Research

New Insights on Allergies May Improve Diagnosis and Treatment

Findings may help to improve the diagnosis and treatment of allergies, pointing to a potential marker of these conditions and a new therapeutic strategy.
Aimmune + Xencor

Aimmune Licenses Exclusive Worldwide Rights to Xencor’s XmAb®7195 for the Development...

“In-licensing AIMab7195 demonstrates our commitment to enriching our pipeline and strengthening Aimmune’s global leadership in the evolving therapeutic landscape of food allergy treatments.”
Girl Drinking Milk

Children Allergic to Cow’s Milk Smaller and Lighter

Children allergic to cow’s milk are smaller and weigh less, according to the first published study to characterize growth trajectories from early childhood to adolescence in children with persistent food allergies.
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.