5TH ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM Allergic Inflammation:Mechanism and Management

5TH ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM

October 7, 1994

Allergic Inflammation:

Mechanism and Management

 

Chairpersons:  Anne Kagey-Sobotka, Ph.D.

                      David Proud, Ph.D.

 

Program

 

What are Human Heart Mast Cells For?

Gianni Marone, M.D.

 

The Mast Cells:  Dynamics and Regulation in Normal and Diseases Human Skin

Beate M. Czarnetzki, M.D.

 

The Interaction Between Neuropeptides and Nitric Oxide In Inflammatory Reactions in Human Skin In Vivo

John C. Foreman, D.Sc., Ph.D., M.D.

 

Stimulated Human Mast Cells Generate IL-5 mRNA and Protein:  Modulation by Anti-anergic Drugs

Edward S. Schulman, M.D.

 

Anti-allergic Drugs: Perspectives and Challenges

Mary Carol Conroy, Ph.D.

 

Eosinophil Granule Proteins and Anergic Inflammation

Larry L. Thomas, Ph.D.

 

Changes in Airway Wall Elements Cause Excessive Smooth Muscle Shortening

R. Robert Schellenberg, M.D., FRCPC

 

Segmental Antigen Challenge and the Immunopharmacology of Anergic Asthma: What I Learned From Larry

Stephen P. Peters, M.D., Ph.D.

 

An Update on the Nasal Response to Antigen Challenge

Robert M. Naclerio, M.D.

 

Upper Respiratory Tract Responses to Irritants

Rebecca Bascom, M.D., M.P.H.

 

The Role of Houses in the Asthma Epidemic: Tickling The Dragons Breath

Thomas A.E. Platts-Mills, M.D., Ph.D.

 

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