tryptase


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tryptase

(trip'tās),
A neutral protease released from mast cells during cellular activation and degranulation.
[trypt-, fr. trypsin, fr. G. tripsis, a rubbing or grinding, + -ase]

tryptase

tryp·tase

(trip'tās)
A neutral protease released from mast cells during cellular activation and degranulation.
[trypt-, fr. trypsin, fr. G. tripsis, a rubbing or grinding, + -ase]

tryptase (trip´tās),

n See plasmin.

tryptase

a protease that is active in inflammation and a mediator of anaphylaxis.
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On arrival, on re-taking the history, allergic myocardial infarction was considered a likely diagnosis and blood was sent for determination of troponin, tryptase, and IgE (Table 1).
The ischemia in allergic reaction is secondary to the release of inflammatory mediators, including histamine, tryptase, chymase, platelet-activating factor, cytokines, and prostaglandins, and leukotriene synthesis, which leads to coronary vasospasm (2).
These comprise Total IgE (3500/annum), ~Specific Allergens (24,000 tests/annum utilising approx 100 of the most common individual allergens), Avian Precipitins (2000/annum) and Tryptase (500/annum).
A novel mechanism for bradykinin production at inflammatory sites: diverse effects of a mixture of neutrophil elastase and mast cell tryptase versus tissue and plasma kallikreins on native and oxidized kininogens.
In the present study, we co-cultured myocardial microvascular endothelial cells (MMVECs) with MCs to study 1) whether MC granules (MCGs) can promote angiogenesis in MMVECs, 2) how tryptase and chymase play a role in modulating MC-induced neovessel maturation, and 3) whether co-culturing MMVECs with MCs leads to stimulation of Ang-Tie-2 signaling.
Many pre-formed mediators are involved in an anaphylactic reaction, including histamine, tryptase, chymase, mast cell carboxypeptidases, platelet activating factor and others.
Additionally, the MCs were immunohistochemically positive for tryptase and aberrantly expressed CD25 (Figure, D).
A selection of allergy and autoimmune assays Allergy and Asthma Assays Total IgE Specific IgE * More than 600 allergens overall * ~350 cleared including components * 37 cleared components * ~220 ASRs Specific IgG Tryptase ImmunoCAP[R] ISAC Autoimmune Assays Celiac Disease Tissue Transglutaminase (tTG) IgA Tissue Transglutaminase (tTG) IgG Gliadin(DP) IgA Gliadin(DP) IgG Gliadin IgA Gliadin IgG Rheumatoid Arthritis Cyclic Citrullinated Peptide (CCP) IgG Rheumatoid Factor (RF) IgA Rheumatoid Factor (RF) IgM Connective Tissue Diseases ANA Screen (U1RNP, RNP70, Sm, Ro (SS-A), La (SS-B), CENP, Scl-70, Jo-1) dsDNA Antiphosphlipid Syndrome Cardiolipin IgG Cardiolipin IgM Cardiolipin IgA * [[beta].
The medic said toxicology tests on Mr Ross showed dangerously high levels of mast cell tryptase - an enzyme indicating anaphylaxia - of 200mg per litre of blood, 14 times higher than normal levels.
Total IgE was 210 IU/ml (reference: 0-100) and serum tryptase was 31 ^g/L (Reference: 5.
Histamine and tryptase levels in patients with acute allergic reactions: an emergency department-based study.
In this study, Dutch researchers measured 15 substances in the blood 1 leukotriene B(4) (LTB[4]), LTC(4), LTC(4), LTE(4), prostaglandin D(2) (PGD [2]), PGE(2), PGF(2) (a), thromboxane B(2), lipoxin A(4), eosinophil cationic protein, eosinophil-derived neurotoxin/eosinophil protein X, eosinophilic peroxidase, myeloperoxidase, histamine and tryptase - and five substances in urine before and up to 72 hours after a bronchial allergen challenge.