Tag: Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (JACI)

Peanuts

Study: Vaccine Suppresses Peanut Allergies in Mice

Three monthly doses of a nasal vaccine protected the mice from allergic reactions upon exposure to peanut.
baby wipes

Study: Food Allergy Linked to Genetics and Skin Exposure Often Caused...

"A major advance in our understanding of how food allergy starts early in life.”

Study: Reactions Vary in Children with Milk, Egg Allergy

Study shows marked differences in the way allergic reactions to milk and egg present themselves.
Interleukin-4

Study: Protein Active in Life-Threatening Allergic Reactions is a Promising Target...

Research finds that several proteins can interact in blood vessels to intensify the respiratory and circulatory symptoms of anaphylaxis.
Cytokines

Study: Researchers Retrained Immune Systems of Mice to Switch Off Anaphylaxis

"This study in mice proves the concept of this approach, so tests in humans are not that far off."
Parent and Child

Study: Kids with Food Allergies Often Put at Risk by Parents’...

Survey shows many parent simply don't understand the basics of food allergy and management of the disease.
Adolescents

Adolescents Have High Rate of Adverse Reactions According to Australian Study

Given the disturbing findings from the study, we recommend two videos to watch with your adolescent/young teen.
Babies

Study: Predicting Which Children Are On The ‘Atopic March’

Findings provide new understanding of which children are at higher risk for developing associated allergic conditions.
Mast Cell

Confirmation of ‘Allergy Amplifier’ Could Lead to New Food Allergy Therapies

Inhibitors of Histamine-Releasing Factor could block inflammatory response to food allergens.
Genetic Research

Researchers Find Gene Associated with Food Allergy

Research provides more evidence that genes play a key role in the development of food allergies.

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