Epitopes described in "Angioedema and IgE antibodies to aspirin: a case report."

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Article Authors:M Blanca; E Perez; J J Garcia; A Miranda; S Terrados; J M Vega; R Suau
Article Title:Angioedema and IgE antibodies to aspirin: a case report.
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Reference ID:1005668
Abstract:We present a case of a patient who developed two episodes of angioedema after taking acetylsalicylic acid orally. Specific IgE antibodies to acetylsalicylic human serum albumin (ASA-HSA) were found. A control group of 37 patients with aspirin intolerance was studied and evidence of specific IgE antibodies was not found. The follow-up of this case shows that in a short period of time the level of specific IgE antibody decreases to undetectable levels similar to the negative control population.
Date:1989
Reference Type:Literature
PubMed ID:2468301
Journal:Ann Allergy
Journal Volume:62
Article Pages:295-8
Journal ISSN:0003-4738
Article Chemical List:Epitopes;Serum Albumin;Immunoglobulin E;Aspirin
Article MeSH List:Angioedema(chemically induced; immunology); Antibody Formation; Aspirin(immunology; metabolism); Epitopes; Follow-Up Studies; Humans; Immunoglobulin E(analysis; immunology); Male; Middle Aged; Protein Binding; Radioallergosorbent Test; Serum Albumin(metabolism)
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