Allergic Alteration of Neutrophils in Interaction with Bacterial and Viral Allergens in the Clinical Picture of Neuroinfections Diseases,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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In studying the pathogenesis of infectious allergy, particular attention is devoted to blood neutrophils. The blood cells take part in allergic reactions of the immediate and delayed types. By interacting with a specific allergen they are altered and thereby reflect the state of an organisms allergy. The scope of the research includes a study concerning the possibility of demonstrating bacterial and viral allergy by simple, specific, and safe methods in the clinical picture of neuroinfectious diseases.
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