Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of Allergic Diseases


Each immunological element has its own manufacturing and operating mechanisms. To get a better understanding of the immune system and find counter medicine for any immunological disorders researchers should look into the molecular and cellular concepts involved in these systems. Multiple mediators, cell types, and lymphocytes/interleukins pathways are engage in the molecular and cellular processes that intermediate allergic inflammation. Allergies or allergic disorders are caused by the immune system's hypersensitivity in response to environmental aspects. Rhinitis, inflammation, allergic urticaria, anaphylaxis, conjunctivitis, angioedema, and atopic eczema are some of the symptoms. Therapies, vaccinations, antihistamines, decongestants, moisturising lotions (emollients), and steroid drugs are used to cure a variety of conditions.

  • Immunity and vaccines
  • Microbiology

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