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Usefulness of Mast Cell Tryptase Analysis for Postmortem Diagnosis of Anaphylactic Shock

Park JP, Koo BY, Lee NW

Anaphylactic shock (AS) is a systemic and life-threatening type I hypersensitivity reaction and is often encountered at an autopsy. However, postmortem diagnosis of AS can be difficult due to non-specific...
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Dimerized, Not Monomeric, Translationally Controlled Tumor Protein Induces Basophil Activation and Mast Cell Degranulation in Chronic Urticaria

Ulambayar , Lee H, Yang EM, Park HS, Lee K, Ye YM

Translationally controlled tumor protein (TCTP) is also known as histamine releasing factor as it has the ability to activate mast cells. To investigate the role of TCTP in the pathogenesis...
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An Anti-Cancer Drug Candidate CYC116 Suppresses Type I Hypersensitive Immune Responses through the Inhibition of Fyn Kinase in Mast Cells

Park YH, Kim HW, Kim HS, Nam ST, Lee D, Lee MB, Min KY, Koo J, Kim SJ, Kim YM, Kim HS, Choi WS

Mast cells are the most prominent effector cells of Type 1 hypersensitivity immune responses. CYC116 [4-(2-amino-4-methyl-1,3-thiazol-5-yl)-N-[4-(morpholin-4-yl)phenyl] pyrimidin-2-amine] is under development to be used as an anti-cancer drug, but the inhibitory...
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Production of Inflammatory Cytokines and Nitric Oxide by Human Mast Cells Incubated with Toxoplasma gondii Lysate

Park EA, Han IH, Kim JH, Park SJ, Ryu JS, Ahn MH

The roles of mast cells in allergic diseases and helminth infections are well known. However, the roles of mast cells in T. gondii infection is poorly understood. This study was...
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Inhibition of Mast Cell Function and Proliferation by mTOR Activator MHY1485

Rakhmanova V, Jin M, Shin J

Mast cells integrate innate and adaptive immunity and are implicated in pathophysiological conditions, including allergy, asthma, and anaphylaxis. Cross-linking of the high-affinity IgE receptor (FcεRI) initiates diverse signal transduction pathways...
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Immune Characterization of Bone Marrow-Derived Models of Mucosal and Connective Tissue Mast Cells

Benedé S, Cody E, Agashe C, Berin MC

PURPOSE: It is well appreciated that mast cells (MCs) demonstrate tissue-specific imprinting, with different biochemical and functional properties between connective tissue MCs (CTMCs) and mucosal MCs (MMCs). Although in vitro...
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Mast Cells and Microbiome in Skin Immunity

Park M, Cho KA

The skin functions as a physical barrier against entry of pathogens while concomitantly supporting a myriad of commensal organisms. The characterization of these microbial communities has enhanced our knowledge of...
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The roles of mast cells in allergic inflammation and mast cell-related disorders

Kim HK

Mast cells, which are major effector cells in allergic reactions, are found in the perivascular spaces of most tissues and contain pro-inflammatory and vasoactive mediators. These mediators are released after...
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Is nonhomogeneous expression of tissue mast cells or allergen specific IgEs bound to tissue mast cells possible?

Türk M, Bahçecioğlu SN, Yılmaz I

Skin prick tests (SPTs) are widely used to demonstrate an IgE-mediated hypersensitivity reaction to a specific allergen. However, local allergic conditions cannot be diagnosed with SPTs. Local specific IgE production...
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Primary intestinal mast cell tumor in a Russian Blue cat: ultrasonographic and histopathological findings

Kim SJ, Jaekal J, Kim JY, Oh DK, Cho JH, Kang MH, Park HM

A 11-year-old, female Russian Blue cat was presented with anorexia, vomiting, and diarrhea lasting for 3 days. Abdominal ultrasonography revealed a hypoechoic, non-circumferential, and eccentrically formed intestinal loop with altered...
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Tryptophan Negatively Regulates IgE-mediated Mast Cell Activation

Silwal P, Shin K, Choi S, Namgung U, Lee CY, Heo JY, Lim K, Park JI, Kim KH, Park SK

Mast cells are major immune cells in allergy to secrete allergic mediators by a degranulation process and make and secrete inflammatory lipids and cytokines in response to antigen stimulation. An...
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Sinensetin Inhibits Interleukin-6 in Human Mast Cell - 1 Via Signal Transducers and Activators of the Transcription 3 (STAT3) and Nuclear Factor Kappa B (NF-κB) Pathways

Chae HS, Kim YM, Chin YW

Sinensetin, a pentamethoxyflavone, is known to exert various pharmacological activities including anti-angiogenesis, anti-diabetic and anti-inflammatory activities. However, its effects on the human mast cell - 1 (HMC-1) mediated inflammatory mechanism...
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Ameliorative effects of type-A procyanidins polyphenols from cinnamon bark in compound 48/80-induced mast cell degranulation

Kandhare A, Aswar UM, Mohan V, Thakurdesai PA

Allergic diseases are a significant health concern in developing countries. Type-A procyanidin polyphenols from cinnamon (Cinnamomum zeylanicum Blume) bark (TAPP-CZ) possesses antiasthmatic and antiallergic potential. The present study was aimed...
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Highly Aggressive de novo Aleukemic Variant of Mast Cell Leukemia Without KIT D816V Mutation

Suh MC, Ham JY, Park TI, Moon JH, Suh JS

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Regulation of IgE-Mediated Food Allergy by IL-9 Producing Mucosal Mast Cells and Type 2 Innate Lymphoid Cells

Lee JB

Due to the increasing prevalence and number of life-threatening cases, food allergy has emerged as a major health concern. The classic immune response seen during food allergy is allergen-specific IgE...
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Mast Cells and Irritable Bowel Syndrome: From the Bench to the Bedside

Zhang L, Song J, Hou X

  • KMID: 2203567
  • J Neurogastroenterol Motil.
  • 2016 Apr;22(2):181-192.
  • doi: 10.5056/jnm15137
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is traditionally defined as a functional disorder since it lacks demonstrable pathological abnormalities. However, in recent years, low grade inflammatory infiltration, often rich in mast cells,...
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Mitochondrial calcium uniporter inhibition attenuates mouse bone marrow-derived mast cell degranulation induced by beta-1,3-glucan

Cuong DV, Kim HK, Marquez J, Kim N, Ko KS, Rhee BD, Han J

Mast cells are primary mediators of allergic inflammation. Beta-1,3-glucan (BG) protects against infection and shock by activating immune cells. Activation of the BG receptor induces an increase in intracellular Ca2+,...
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A scientific treatment approach for acute mast cell leukemia: using a strategy based on next-generation sequencing data

Youk J, Koh Y, Kim JW, Kim DY, Park H, Jung WJ, Ahn KS, Yun H, Park I, Sun CH, Lee S, Yoon SS

BACKGROUND: Mast cell leukemia (MCL) is the most aggressive form of systemic mastocytosis disorders. Owing to its rarity, neither pathogenesis nor standard treatment is established for this orphan disease. Hence,...
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Application of next generation sequencing in the diagnosis and management of mast cell leukemia

Kim J

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Mast Cells and Lipid Mediators

Cho KA

Human mast cells are potent effector cells in host defense mechanisms of innate and acquired immunity, including inflammatory diseases such as asthma and atherosclerosis. Mast cells originate from pluripotent hematopoietic...
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