A food allergy is an adverse immune response of the body to an otherwise innocuous substance present in certain foods. It is usually mediated by immunoglobulin E (IgE). The clinical symptoms may inclu...
Airway epithelial cells were first considered as a barrier to the inhaled environmental bioparticles, but recent evidences show that they have a more vital role to play in the pathophysiology of Airwa...
Food allergy in bronchial asthma: Diagnostic modalities
Food hypersensitivity is estimated to be approximately 2% in adults and 8% in children. The incidence of perceived adult food hypersensitivity varies (1.4-30%) largely across the different countries. ...
Allergen Specific Immunotherapy (ASI) in the form of subcutaneous route (SCIT) used over a century and is currently under used for management of IgE mediated allergy disorders. SCIT Meta analysis show...
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Indian Journal of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, a
publication of Indian
College of Allergy
Asthma and Immunology (ICAAI),
is a peer-reviewed
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