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New Trends in Allergy II

Author: Johannes Ring; Günter Burg
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1986.
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Anergic reactions and anergic diseases are found in many fields of medicine. As wen as affecting the skin, allergic diseases occur in internal organs such as the lungs and the kidneys and in the vascular and nervous systems. Interdisciplinary understanding and cooperation thus seem necessary to get a better insight into allergic reactions in the different fields of medicine in order that we may give our patients the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Johannes Ring; Günter Burg
ISBN: 9783642713163 3642713165 9783642713187 3642713181
OCLC Number: 858930212
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Basic Immunology --
Biological Role of Major Transplantation Antigens in T Cell Self-recognition: Possible Consequences in Clinical Medicine --
Interleukins --
Immunoglobulin E --
Regulation of IgE by Lymphoid Cell-Derived Factors --
The IgE Receptor of Mast Cells and Basophils --
IgE Receptors on Lymphocytes --
IgE and Allergic Diseases --
Mediators --
Histamine and Allergic Diseases --
Lipid Mediators and Inflammation --
Lipoxygenase Activity in Cutaneous Inflammation --
Methods in Eicosanoid Determination --
Chemotactic Factors as Mediators of Allergy --
Complement-Derived Mediators: Induction of Vascular Changes and Cellular Triggering Reactions by Anaphylatoxins --
Paf-acether (Platelet-activating Factor) --
Atopic Eczema and Food Allergy --
Itch and Endorphins --
Dry Skin (Sebostasis) and Inflammation: Heterogeneity of 'Dry Skin' in Atopic Dermatitis --
Food Allergy and Atopic Eczema --
Intragastric Provocation under Endoscopic Control --
Allergy to Spices: Cross-reactivity to Other Allergens --
Glutamate-Induced Asthmatic Reactions --
Asthma --
Late Phase Reactions --
Aspirin-Induced and Intrinsic Asthma --
Isocyanate-Induced Asthma --
Contact Allergy --
Molecular Recognition in Allergic Contact Dermatitis --
Regulation of Contact Allergy by Interferon --
Contact-Allergy Time --
Drug Reactions --
Histopathological Patterns of Drug Eruptions --
Photosensitivity Due to Nonsteroidal Antiinflammatory Drugs --
Anaphylactoid Reactions to Mild Analgesics --
Immune Complex Anaphylaxis Induced by Dextran and Its Elimination by Hapten Inhibition --
Immunotherapy --
Standardization of Allergenic Extracts --
Allergen Extracts from Animals for Diagnosis and Immunotherapy --
Allergoids, Mechanisms and New Developments --
mPEG-Modified Allergen Preparations --
Pharmacotherapy --
Pharmacological Modulation of Immunoregulatory Lymphocyte Functions: The Adenosine Immunoregulatory System --
Superoxide Dismutase: Rationale of Therapeutic Use, Established Clinical Effects, and Perspectives --
Patterns of Theophylline Utilization --
Topical Steroids: Perspectives and Retrospectives --
Index of Authors.
Responsibility: edited by Johannes Ring, Günter Burg.

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