“Skin window” cytokines in bronchial asthma associated with food allergy

Publication type Article
Status Published
Affiliation: Siberian State Medical University
Affiliation: Siberian State Medical University
Affiliation: Siberian State Medical University
Affiliation: Siberian State Medical University
Affiliation: Siberian State Medical University
Affiliation: Siberian State Medical University
Journal nameRossiiskii immunologicheskii zhurnal
EditionVolume 12 Issue 3

95 patients at the age of 18–60 years with bronchial asthma, perennial allergic rhinitis with or without associated food allergy were examined. There have been carried out the study of IFN-g, IL-4, IL-17 and IL-22 in skin exudates that enabled to reveal an essential increase in IL-22 in persons with food allergy.

Keywordsbronchial asthma, food allergy, cytokines, skin window
Publication date12.01.2019
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