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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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We have assessed IgE in a small number of patients with GoF STAT3 mutations (n = 6) and assessment in further patients is required to increase confidence in the diagnostic utility, but it is notable that all 6 patients had IgE concentrations below the 1st centile of the reference population.
The correlation between severity of allergic reactions and possible influencing factors include residence region, profession, venom exposure types, and patient IgE specific activity (sIgE/T-IgE) were analyzed.
A pooled analysis of the two groups was first carried out to determine the overall diagnostic value of total IgE in allergy regardless of its type.
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.
La asociacion de anticuerpos anti-Plasmodium IgE e IgG y el numero de celulas productoras de IL-4 e interferon gamma (IFN-y) comparada entre tribus simpatricas puede ayudar a explicar la menor susceptibilidad a malaria vista en la etnia con niveles elevados de inmunoglobulinas (16).
The first time a potential allergen enters the body, some people respond by making allergen-specific IgE antibodies.
The significance of the difference of IgE levels measured during attack and in the interictal period was assessed with Wilcoxon test with Bonferroni correction.
The Dutch researchers state: "The results indicate that after depletion or functional impairment of CD4+ CD25 + T cells, the nature of the acute allergic response to whey changed from IgE to IgLC dependent.
Specific IgE profiles that use 25 to 30 preselected allergens have demonstrated clinical utility in reliably detecting sensitization and allergic disease.
20 September 2011 - Oslo-listed and Sweden-based miner IGE Resources AB (OSL:IGE) announced yesterday it had signed a contract mining agreement for its Bakerville diamond mine with South African Frontier Mining Projects.
IgE and non-IgE-mediated mechanisms may play a role in the pathogenesis of atopic dermatitis and the eosinophilic gastrointestinal disorders.
Atopy can be determined by skin test reactivity to environmental allergens or the detection of allergen-specific IgE in serum.