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However, in up to 50% of subjects challenged intradermally with a high dose of allergen the immediate reaction evolves into a late phase reaction characterized by an indurated erythematous inflammatory reaction. The latter reaches a peak at about 6–8 hours and often persists for 24 hours. The reduction in the size of the LPR to intradermal allergen challenge correlates well with the clinical response to subcutaneous allergen immunotherapy in patients with allergic rhinitis. e. histamine, PGD2, tryptase) at sites of early phase responses, as well as the ability of mast-cell-directed therapies such as anti-IgE and cromolyn to block the early phase response provide evidence for the important role of the mast cell in the early phase response.

20–30 for multiple sclerosis, 15 for insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM), and 4 to 5 for Alzheimer’s disease. It is important to note though that λ is a function of both the strength of the genetic effect and the frequency of the disease in the population. Therefore a disease with a λ of 3 to 4 does not mean that genes are less important in that trait than in a trait with a λ of 30 to 40. A strong effect in a very common disease will have a smaller λ than the same strength of effect in a rare disease.

Immunol Rev 2008; 226:172–190. Stone KD, Prussin C, Metcalfe DD. IgE, mast cells, basophils, and eosinophils. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2010; 125:S73-S80. Turvey SE, Broide DH. Innate immunity. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2010; 125: S24-S32. 2 The genetic basis of allergy and asthma John W Holloway and Stephen T Holgate DEFINITION Allergic diseases cluster in families indicating an important role for susceptibility genes. Multiple genes interact with environmental factors to generate the different allergic phenotypes.

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