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  • Temporal Regulation by Innate Type 2 Cytokines in Food Allergies. Current allergy and asthma reports Graham, M. T., Andorf, S., Spergel, J. M., Chatila, T. A., Nadeau, K. C. 2016; 16 (10): 75-?

    Abstract

    Food allergies (FAs) are a growing epidemic in western countries with poorly defined etiology. Defined as an adverse immune response to common food allergens, FAs present heterogeneously as a single- or multi-organ response that ranges in severity from localized hives and angioedema to systemic anaphylaxis.Current research focusing on epithelial-derived cytokines contends that temporal regulation by these factors impact initial sensitization and persistence of FA responses upon repeated food allergen exposure. Mechanistic understanding of FA draws insight from a myriad of atopic conditions studied in humans and modeled in mice. In this review, we will highlight how epithelial-derived cytokines initiate and then potentiate FAs. We will also review existing evidence of the contribution of other atopic diseases to FA pathogenesis and whether FA symptoms overlap with other atopic diseases.

    View details for PubMedID 27771884

  • T-Cell Immunophenotyping of Second-Hand Smoke-related Asthma. Annals of the American Thoracic Society Bauer, R. N., Chinthrajah, R. S., Andorf, S., Hobson, B., Miller, R. L., Nadeau, K. C. 2016; 13: S95-?

    View details for DOI 10.1513/AnnalsATS.201507-457MG

    View details for PubMedID 27027962

  • ImmPort: disseminating data to the public for the future of immunology IMMUNOLOGIC RESEARCH Bhattacharya, S., Andorf, S., Gomes, L., Dunn, P., Schaefer, H., Pontius, J., Berger, P., Desborough, V., Smith, T., Campbell, J., Thomson, E., Monteiro, R., Guimaraes, P., Walters, B., Wiser, J., Butte, A. J. 2014; 58 (2-3): 234-239

    Abstract

    The immunology database and analysis portal (ImmPort) system is the archival repository and dissemination vehicle for clinical and molecular datasets created by research consortia funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Division of Allergy, Immunology, and Transplantation. With nearly 100 datasets now publicly available and hundreds of downloads per month, ImmPort is an important source for raw data and protocols from clinical trials, mechanistic studies, and novel methods for cellular and molecular measurements. To facilitate data transfer, templates for data representation and standard operating procedures have also been created and are also publicly available. ImmPort facilitates transparency and reproducibility in immunology research, serves as an important resource for education, and enables newly generated hypotheses and data-driven science.

    View details for DOI 10.1007/s12026-014-8516-1

    View details for Web of Science ID 000336333700009

    View details for PubMedID 24791905

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