The discovery of a new signaling pathway raises hope for finding new ways of controlling allergic inflammation

Summary: Type 2 immunity plays a vital role in sensing allergens and parasites and initiating an immune response against them. It causes an influx of eosinophil, and early release of IL-33 is characteristic of such a response. However, its dysregulation is associated with allergic conditions like asthma, eczema, rhinitis, and even anaphylactic shock. To date,… Continue reading The discovery of a new signaling pathway raises hope for finding new ways of controlling allergic inflammation