2213:
Measures of Eosinophil Activation in Allergic Inflammation
Saturday, March 3, 2018: 9:45 AM-10:45 AM
Convention Center, South Concourse, Level 1, South Hall A2
Poster Session
0.00 CME/CE
226
Cryj 1, a major allergen of Japanese cedar pollen, up-regulates the effector functions of eosinophils
Takehito Kobayashi, MD, PhD Kazuyuki Nakagome, MD PhD Sachiko Miyauchi, MD Toru Noguchi, MD, PhD Kouhei Saitou, MD Tomoyuki Soma, MD PhD Hidetomo Nakamoto, MD, PhD Makoto Nagata, MD PhD
227
Eosinophil-Derived Exosomes Contribute to Asthma Remodeling by Activating Structural Lung Cells
Beatriz Sastre Jose A Cañas Jose M Rodrigo-Muñoz Mar Fernandez-Nieto Pilar Barranco Santiago Quirce, MD PhD Joaquin Sastre, MD PhD FAAAAI Victoria Del Pozo, PhD
228
Nasal eosinophil correlation with aeroallergen sensitization in children
Hyun Hee Kim Beom joon Kim Woori Bae, MD Kyunghoon KIM Hyejin Lee Eun Ae Yang Hwan Soo Kim Yoon Hong Chun Jong-seo Yoon Jin Tack Kim
229
Eosinophil autophagy and extracellular DNA traps are involved in severe asthma
Duy Le Pham Youngwoo Choi Ga-Young Ban Hae-Sim Park, MD PhD FAAAAI
230
IL-33 is a Potent Stimulus for Eosinophil Activation
Elizabeth M McKernan, BS Evelyn L Angulo, MD Paul S Fichtinger, BS Sameer K Mathur, MD PhD FAAAAI
231
A Phenotypically Distinct Subset of Eosinophils is Recovered with Intestinal Intraepithelial Leukocytes
Yanjun Huang Dilanjan T. Anketell Jason J. Xenakis Kalmia Smith Courtney L. Olbrich Evangeline W. Cornwell, PhD Emily D. Ericson Lisa A. Spencer, PhD FAAAAI
232
Inner City Severe Allergic Asthma: Differential Clinical Markers in Eosinophilic Low Cohort (LC, <150 uL) vs Medium Cohort (MC, 150-300 uL) vs High Cohort (HC, > 300 uL)
Muhammad Ahmad James Mantas Muhammad Salman Aslam Ahmad Arslan Tushar Thakur Nikhil Tambe Radha Dhingra Edward S. Schulman, MD FAAAAI
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