Mechanisms of Allergic Inflammation
Tuesday, March 4, 2014: 10:45 AM-1:45 PM
Convention Center, Upper Level, Room 4
2.75 CME/ 3.20 CE
Mitchell H. Grayson , MD FAAAAI
Learning Objectives:
  1. Describe mechanisms through which t-bet is able to suppress Th2 responses and discuss how dendritic cells and B cells drive Th2 development outside of the T cell zone
  2. Review how a viral respiratory infection can induce Th2 cytokine production from regulatory T cells
  3. Discuss how macromolecules can disrupt IgE-FcεRI complexes and how IgE interacts with CD23 and how this prevents binding to FcεRI and vice versa
10:45 AM
Introduction: Control of Type 2 Immunity
Mitchell H. Grayson, MD FAAAAI
10:50 AM
Transcriptional Cross-Regulation of Th1 and Th2 Cell Differentiation
Jinfang Zhu, PhD
  • AAAAI-handout-Zhu.pdf (1.9 MB)
  • 11:15 AM
    Question & Answer
    11:20 AM
    Location, Location, Location: Dendritic Cells, B Cells and Th2 Development
    Frances E. Lund, PhD
    11:45 AM
    Question & Answer
    11:50 AM
    From Friend to Foe: Tregs Acting Th2
    Prabir Ray, PhD
    12:15 PM
    Question & Answer
    12:20 PM
    12:40 PM
    Introduction: Novel Concepts in Immunoglobulin E and its Receptors
    Mitchell H. Grayson, MD FAAAAI
    12:45 PM
    Breaking Up is Hard to Do: Disassembly of IgE and FceRI
    Theodore S. Jardetzky, PhD
    1:10 PM
    Question & Answer
    1:15 PM
    Exclusivity: IgE Binding to CD23 or FceRI
    Hannah J. Gould, PhD
  • CD23 Reading List.pdf (19.5 kB)
  • Exclusivity: IgE Binding to CD23 or FceRI
    Brian Sutton, MA DPhil
    1:40 PM
    Question & Answer
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