Published in Immunotherapy Weekly, April 18th, 2007
Dr Jo Bright and Dr John Hancock of the University of the West of England have found evidence that nitric oxide (NO) and nitrite is released by pollen grains, and they suggest that this could be what triggers the allergic response in the nose. Their research will be presented at the Society for Experimental Biology’s Annual Main Meeting in Glasgow on Tuesday 3 April.
Dr Bright says, “Our research is the first to show that pollen which is allergenic releases much greater...
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