Published in Vaccine Weekly, January 22nd, 2003
"IgE [immunoglobulin E] is an important trigger in allergy and asthma, diseases whose development is suggested to depend on an initial sensitization in early life. While induction of murine IgE responses requires both a genetically-based IgE high responder phenotype and defined experimental conditions, maternally transferred IgG can override...
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