Allergy

Allergy is a peer-reviewed medical journal covering the field of allergy and immunology, that is published by John Wiley & Sons on behalf of the European Academy of Allergology and Clinical Immunology. It is indexed in PubMed and publishes both original articles and reviews. The current editors-in-chief are Thomas Bieber and Hans-Uwe Simon.

Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell
History
1948–present
Impact factor
6.380 (2009)

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Immunology

Angioedema induced by new classes of drugs

(HealthDay)—Two newer classes of drugs, dipeptidyl peptidase IV (DPP IV) and neprilysin inhibitors, can induce angioedema, according to research published in the October issue of Allergy.

Immunology

Immunological cross-reactions may increase food allergies

(HealthDay)—Food allergy can be caused by immunological cross-reactions to common inhalant allergens, with diverse patterns of allergic reactions to foods observed, according to a position paper published in the September ...

Immunology

Sublingual birch pollen preparation improves allergy

(HealthDay)—For adults with birch pollen-induced allergic rhinitis, a sublingual birch pollen preparation (SB) is associated with improvement in symptom scores versus placebo, according to a study published online Sept. ...

HIV & AIDS

Sublingual immunotherapy linked to clinical benefits in HIV

(HealthDay)—For grass pollen-allergic HIV-positive patients treated with highly-active antiretroviral therapy (HAART), sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT) is associated with significant clinical benefits, according to a study ...

Immunology

Adenosine in Ambrosia pollen increases allergic response

Ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) - an otherwise unremarkable plant - produces pollen that can trigger strong allergic reactions such as asthma even in very small quantities. Scientists from Technische Universität München ...

Health

The importance of long chain fatty acids in early life

Fats are essential constituents of breast milk. They supply the infant with energy, and are also essential for growth and development. Some fatty acids, key components of dietary fats, play an important role in a child's ...

Immunology

The role of B cells in the enhancement of pollen allergy

Scientists at Helmholtz Zentrum München and TU München discovered a new mechanism how non-allergenic pollen mediators can enhance allergic reactions. Especially the so-called B cells play a critical role in this process. ...

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