3804:
Ara h to Alpha Gal: From China to Africa to the USA
Sunday, March 4, 2018: 4:30 PM-6:00 PM
Convention Center, South Concourse, Level 1, South Hall A2
Featured Poster Session
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A novel assessment of sustained unresponsiveness (SU) after long term sublingual immunotherapy (SLIT) in peanut allergic children: results of a 4 year phase II clinical trial.
Ahmad Hamad, MD Edwin H. Kim, MD A. Wesley Burks, MD FAAAAI Deanna K. Hamilton, RN Lauren Herlihy, RN MSN CPNP Sarah A. Bennick, RN MSN CPNP Pamela H. Steele, MSN CPNP AE-C
630
Using Siglec-engaging Tolerance-inducing Antigenic Liposomes (STALs) to reduce memory B cell responses to the major peanut allergen Ara h 2
LaKeya C. Hardy Kelly Orgel, BS Shiteng Duan Soheila J. Maleki, PhD FAAAAI A. Wesley Burks, MD FAAAAI James C. Paulson, PhD Matthew Macauley, PhD Michael D. Kulis Jr., PhD
631
Sustained silencing peanut allergy by xanthopurpurin is associated with suppression of peripheral and bone marrow IgE producing B cell
Xiu-Min Li, MD,MS Kamal D. Srivastava, PhD Yujuan Chen, PhD Patrick Yoo, MS Changda Liu, PhD Serife Uzun, BS Hang Li, PhD Anna H. Nowak-Wegrzyn, MD PhD FAAAAI Nan Yang, PhD
632
Expression of the Steroidogenic Enzyme, CYP11A1, Identifies Peanut-Allergic Children at Risk for Developing Life-Threatening Anaphylaxis
Meiqin Wang, MD PhD Bruce J. Lanser, MD Carah B. Santos, MD Kreso Bendelja Jennifer Fish, PNP Elizabeth A. Esterl, DNP RN Jordan Abbott, MD Erwin W. Gelfand, MD FAAAAI
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