Marked increase in basophil activation during non-anaphylactic allergic reactions to peanut in man
Poster Feb 21, 2015
Paul J. Turner, Orla McMahon, Amy Switzer, Andrew Clark, Robert J. Boyle, Stephen R. Durham and Mohamed H. Shamji
The degree of basophil activation may be associated with symptom severity.
Anaphylaxis may be a consequence of impaired switch-off mechanisms in basophils following allergen exposure.
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