Researchers discover that circadian rhythms control immune responses and may affect how our skin’s immune system responds to allergies.
A user-friendly online computational platform helps researchers scour complex datasets to predict how likely food proteins are to trigger allergic reactions.
A new link between gene variations in immune cells and allergic reactions explains why some individuals are more prone to developing asthma.
A microRNA called miR-355 has been identified as the key regulator of skin cell differentiation in patients with atopic dermatitis.
The AllerCatPro analysis workflow helps researchers predict the likelihood of a protein producing an allergic response in people.
Immune cells hold their memory of how to respond to
allergens in a surprising way.
The age at which eczema appears in young children may indicate its cause