Allergy and Immunology Gateway

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  • Image attributed to: Yanagida 2015 Fig 3
  • The change patterns of the cell profile of circulating lymphocytes were indentified in human co-infection of Mycobacterium tuberculosis and hookworm, which might indicate that the humoral and cellular immune responses are more suppressed. Image: The expressions of B and T cell subsets in different groups.

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WAO Journal is now open access and included in PubMed Central! With authors, reviewers and readers representing all geographic regions, WAO Journal provides a truly global perspective on allergy, asthma and clinical immunology. Articles from the 5-year archive are now available from the journal website. Read more.

Advances in food allergy

Advances in food allergy is a cross-journal article collection that brings together articles on all aspects of food allergy published across BioMed Central’s allergy journals.View (and bookmark) the articles already published here.To contribute a new article to the series, submit your manuscript to the journal quoting your interest in the series in your cover letter.

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Case report

A fatal case of acute progression of generalized edema and simultaneous flash pulmonary edema in a patient with idiopathic systemic capillary leak syndrome: a case report

Hirosaki Y, Hayashidani S, Ouchi S, Ohshima T, Nakano R and Yamamoto H

Journal of Medical Case Reports 2015, 9:90

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The role of red blood cells and cell-free hemoglobin in the pathogenesis of ARDS

Janz DR and Ware LB

Journal of Intensive Care 2015, 3:20

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Research article

Identifiable biomarker and treatment development using HIV-1 long term non-progressor sera

Hao Y, Bai G, Wang J, Zhao L, Sutherland K, Cai J and Cao C

BMC Immunology 2015, 16:25

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Case study

Lessons learnt from the first controlled human malaria infection study conducted in Nairobi, Kenya

Hodgson SH, Juma E, Salim A, Magiri C, Njenga D, Molyneux S, Njuguna P, Awuondo K et al.

Malaria Journal 2015, 14:182

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