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IgE

abbr.
immunoglobulin E

IgE

abbreviation for immunoglobulin E.

IgE

Abbreviation for immunoglobulin E.

IgE

Immunoglobulin class E, an antibody class concerned with immediate hypersensitivity reactions, such as hay fever (ALLERGIC RHINITIS). IgE has an affinity for cell surfaces and is commonly found on MAST CELLS.

Immunoglobulin E (IgE)

A type of protein in blood plasma that acts as an antibody to activate allergic reactions. About 50% of patients with allergic disorders have increased IgE levels in their blood serum.

IgE,

n immunoglobin E.

IgE,

n the abbreviation for immunoglobulin E.

IgE

immunoglobulin E. See immunoglobulin.
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Not all report it, but when they do it's usually a pretty good giveaway that they might have IgE to alpha-gal," according to the allergist.
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The research team found that first-born youngsters were more likely to have raised levels of IgE than children born later.
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