allergen

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allergen

any substance capable of inducing an allergy

allergen

[′al·ər‚jen]
(immunology)
Any antigen, such as pollen, a drug, or food, that induces an allergic state in humans or animals.
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If such reactions do appear, anti-inflammatory and antiallergic therapies should be introduced.
The antiallergic mechanisms we have identified in this study may be related to the most important advantage of this TCM, to reduce the recurrence of the allergic disease.
Said that Among dietary antioxidants, phenolics are considered to be key health promoting compounds with several biological effects including antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antiallergic, hepatoprotective, antithrombotic, antiviral, anticarcinogenic and vasodilatory actions.
Immune: anti-inflammatory (inhibits synthesis of prostaglandins and chemotaxis of leukocytes), antiallergic (reduces histamine release from mast cells); ANS: sympatholytic, parasympathomimetic;
Phenolic compounds such as phenolic acids and flavonoids have high biological activity, including antioxidative, antibacterial, antiallergic, antiviral, antiinflammatory and even anti-aging effect (Liu, J.
1982), anti-inflammatory (Kirtikar and Basu 1999), antiallergic (Krough 1962), central nervous system-depressant (Tamizhmani et al.
Antiallergic treatment may be rarely needed in mild allergic conditions.
Inhibition of eosinophil chemotaxis by a new antiallergic compound (cetirizine).
1994) and antiallergic (Baars and De Bruin, 2005; Grundemann, 2011) activities.
If symptoms persist, topical antiallergic medications with twice daily dosing (olopatadine hydrochloride 0.