HYPERSENSITIVITY. Lecture 9 Jan Żeromski. POINTS TO BE DISCUSSED. Definition of hypersensitivity Four types of hypersensitivity Type I – anaphylactic Type II – cytotoxic Type III – immune complex mediated Type IV – contact, tuberculin and granulomatous.
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Equivalent of mucosal mast cells in rodents
Produce preferentially IL-5 and Il-6
Sodium cromoglycane (Intal) sensitive
MCTC tryptase and chymase positive
Equivalent of connective tissue MC
Sodium cromoglycane insensitive
Functionally more mature than MCTTWO TYPES OF MAST CELLS IN MAN
Mast tryptase induces: