Share of Cost, New Regulator Identified In Allergic Diseases

Sunday, Jun. 3rd 2012 9:17 AM

Researchers have taken a critical step in understanding how allergic reactions occur after identifying a genetic signature for regulation of a key immune hormone, interleukin (IL-13). Scientists from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center say the finding opens the potential for new molecular targets to treat allergic disease.

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