Friday, May 12, 2023 3:45 PM – 5:45 PM ET Room 209ABC
Food Allergy, Atopic Skin, and Mast Cells
- Adrian Piliponsky, Seattle Children's Res. Inst.
- Rebecca Martin, Virginia Commonwealth Univ. Sch. of Med.
- Lauren A. Hesser, Univ. of Chicago, A single species bacterial therapy reduces type 2 immune responses in the gut to prevent food allergy
- Julia Johnston, NIAID, NIH, Identification of the novel human serine protease σ-tryptase: a gene fusion product at TPSB2
- Irina Miralda Molina, Seattle Children's Res. Inst., Dedicator of cytokinesis 8 (DOCK8) is a negative regulator of skin mast cell function
- Tamara Haque, NIAID, NIH, Cell-intrinsic effects of TGF-b signaling in mast cell effector function that modulate allergic inflammation
- Heather L. Caslin, Vanderbilt Univ., Weight cycling may induce lipid handling in mast cells
- Rahul Sharma, NHLBI, NIH, BLOC1S1: an unexpected regulator of Th2 cell-driven inflammatory responses
- Timothy C. Borbet, New York Univ. Sch. of Med., Loss of microRNA-29 in B cells leads to atopic skin phenotype in mice
- Matthew Zellner, Virginia Commonwealth Univ., B1-like B cells derived from the bone marrow and not fetal-derived B1 B cells are responsible for the protective IgE induced in helminth infection