Frequencies of circulating allergen-specific T cells temporally associate with longitudinal changes in severity of cutaneous atopic disease.
Increased levels of allergen-specific T-cells have been documented in the peripheral blood of patients with atopic dermatitis (AD) compared with nonatopic controls. However, little is known about how these relate to disease severity. This study sought to examine if frequencies of circulating allergen-specific T cells correlate with changes in clinical disease severity in a cohort of seven adults with AD who were positive for human leucocyte antigen DRB1*1501. We found that frequencies of alle...Expand abstract
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