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    1. PATHOLOGY OF IMMUNE REACTIVITY. ALLERGY. Professor Yu.I. Bondarenko

    2. Allergyis an immune response, that is accompanied damage of own tissues. • Allergic diseasesare widely spread among people. It is considered that they occupy about 10 % of earth population. In different countries these figures change from 1 to 50 % and more.

    3. The cause of allergic disease is anallergen. • Allergen – is the substance that causes development of an allergic response. • Allergens have all properties of antigen(macromolecularity, mainly protein nature, foreign for particular organism). • However allergic reactions can be caused by substances not only antigen nature, but also substances, not possessing these properties. To this group belongmany officinal preparations, bacterial products, polysaccharides, simple chemical substances (bromine, iodine, chrome, nickel).These substances are called haptens. They become antigens (allergens) only after binding with tissues proteins.

    4. Classification of allergens • Exogenous allergens • Endogenous allergens (autoallergens). • Exogenous allergens penetrate the organism from outside • Endoallergens are formed in the organism

    5. a) uninfectious allergens: Homedust Epidermal Pollen Food Industrial Officinal b) infectious allergens: Bacterial Fungous Viral Classification of allergens

    6. Food allergens

    7. Domestic allergens.Main role among them domestic dust plays, which includes particles, bed-clothes, furniture, bacteria. • Epidermal allergens.To this group refer: scurf, wool, birds, fur, fish, scales. Professional sensitization by epidermal allergen is observed in sheepmen, horsemen, poultry farms workers, hairdressers. • Officinal allergens.Any officinal preparation with a little exception causes the development of officinal allergy. Medicines or their metabolites are, as usual, haptens. In case of sensitization of the organism to one preparation, allergic reactions to other medicines, having alike chemical structure can arise.

    8. Pollen allergens.Allergic diseases are caused by shallow plants, pollen. It is called pollinosis. The diverse types of pollen can have the general allergens, therefore in people, sensitive to one type of pollen, a reaction on its other kinds is possible. • Food allergens.Many food products can be by allergens. It is usually fish, wheat, beans, tomatoes, milk, eggs. Chemical substances added to food products (dye-stuffs, antioxidants, aromatic and other substances) may also be allergens. • Industrial allergens.The industrial allergens for the most are haptens. In each industrial production a particular admission of chemical matters is used. These are: resin, glue and covering materials, plastics, dye-stuffs, metals and their salts, wood products, latex, perfumer substances, washing means, synthetic cloths and others.

    9. Pollen allergens

    10. Domestic allergens

    11. Infectious allergens • Allergens of infectious origin. • All the different causative agents of infectious diseases and products of their life activity cause the development of allergic processes. • Those infectious diseases, in pathogenesis of which allergy plays leading role, were named infectious allergic. These are all the chronic infections (tuberculosis, lepra, brucellosis, syphilis, rheumatism, chronic candidosis etc.). • The widespread allergens are the fungi. Many nonpathogenic fungi while entering the organism cause sensitization and development of diverse allergic diseases (bronchial asthma). • Such fungi are contained in atmospheric air, dwellings, domestic dust, food products. With biotechnological development possibility of sensitization on enterprises on production of stern squire, vitamins, antibiotics, enzymes arises.

    12. Classification of endogenous allergens NaturalEcquired (brain,eye,sexuel 1.Infectious and thyroid glands) a) simplex b) complex 2.Uninfectious

    13. Pathogenesis of allergy reactions Classification of allergic reactions by R.A.Cooke • Allergy of immediate type • Allergy of delayed-type or hypersensitization of delayed-type

    14. Characteristic of allergic types • The time of appearing of reaction after contact with allergen was placed in the base of classification. • The reactions of immediate type develop during 15-20 minutes, delayed-type – after 1-2 days. • However it does not envelop all the variety of allergy displays. For example, some reactions develop over 4-6 or 12-18 hours. • Therefore the different immunological mechanisms of their development was put in base of the new classification were based on pathogenic principle.

    15. Classification of allergy by R.A.Cooke • 1.Allergy of immediate type 1.1. Anaphylaxis 1.2. Serum disease 1.3. Atopic disease a) pollinosis (hay fever,rhinitis,conjunctivitis) b) bronchial asthma c) nettle-rash (urticaria,hives) d) Quincke’s edema

    16. Atopic Rhinites

    17. URTICARIA, HIVES, NETTLE RASH

    18. Classification of allergy by R.A.Cooke • 2. Allergy reactions of delayed-type 2.1. Contact dermatosis 2.2. Infectious allergy 2.3. Autoallergy 2.4. Reaction of graft rejection

    19. Classification of allergy by P.Gell, R.Coombs • Anaphylaxic • Cytotoxic • Immune-complex • Delayed hypersensitivity • Stimulating It is based on pathogenic principle. The peculiarities of immune mechanisms lay in its base.

    20. Entering into the organism antigen causes its sensitization Sensitization is an immunological rising of organism sensitiveness to antigens (allergens) of exogenous or endogenous origin According to method of receiving there are active and passive sensitizations Active sensitization develops in artificial introduction or natural penetration of the allergen into the organism Passive sensitization is reproduced in the experiment by introduction of blood plasma or lymphoid cells of an actively sensitized donor to an intact recipient Allergy development

    21. Stages in development of allergy • 1.Immunological stage. It covers all the changes in immune system after the penetration of an allergen into the organism, formation of antibodies or sensitized lymphocytes and their binding with the repeatedly entering allergen. • 2.Pathochemical stage. Its sense is in formation of biological active substances. The stimulus to their formation is the binding of allergen to antibodies or sensitized lymphocytes at the end of immunological stage. • 3. Pathophysiological stage. It is described by pathogenic action of formed mediators onto cells, organs and tissues of the organism with clinical display.

    22. Immunological mechanisms lie in base of allergic processes development. • Central cell of immune system is a lymphocyte. • Lymphocytes are heterogenic according to their functions, markers, receptors. • They develop from a stem cell. After that a lymphoid stem cell is formed, from which T- and B-lymphocytes develop. • The T-lymphocytes acquire the specific antigen receptors, by means of which they identify an antigen and other markers.

    23. Immune mechanisms There are 3 types of T-cells:T-helper T-suppressors T-effectors • The last ones form sensitized lymphocytes or killers, which participate in realization of allergic reaction of delayed-type and realize cytotoxic action on cell-target. B-lymphocytes produce 5 classes of immunoglobulins IgG, IgM, IgA, IgE, IgD. • These cells during ripening acquire the receptors for antigen on their membranes. During binding of such B-cells with proper allergens and after the signal, received from T-helper, they become activated, and proliferation and differentiation into antibody producing cells starts.

    24. Anaphilactic allergy

    25. Mechanisms of allergy development

    26. Immune mechanisms • The correlation between two groups of subpopulations of T-helpers(Th-1 and Th-2) plays an important role in the development of immune reaction. • They are both formed of Th-0 and differ form each other by the set of secreted lymphokines and quantity of Fc-receptors for immune globulins on their surface. • On Th-2 there are many receptors for immune globulins A, M, E, and on Th-1 there are a few of them or they are absent.

    27. Mechanisms of allergy development

    28. Immune mechanisms Activation of Th-1 increases formation of IL-2, it stimulates the secretion of immune globulins A, M and G by B-cells and switch on cellular mechanism of immunity. • Activation of Th-2 leads though IL-4 to changing of synthesis of IgE by B-cells to proliferation of fat cells and through IL-5 to increase and proliferation of eosinophiles. • There are antagonistic relationship between these two ways. • The choice of way of activation depends on character of allergen. • Besides, that the form of allergen, conditions on introduction into organism and its quantity play role.

    29. Anaphylactic type of allergy Anaphylactic type includes the next atopic diseases: • Atopic bronchial asthma • Pollinosis • Atopic dermatitis • Nettle-rash (urticaria, havis) • Food and officinal allergy

    30. Immunological stage • IgE and IgG4 are formed as an answer to penetrated allergen into the organism. • They get fixed on the mast cells and basophiles of blood. These cells have on their surface Fc receptors for immune globulin. The state of sensitization of the organism appears. • If the same allergen again gets into the organism or it still stays in the organism after the first penetration, binding of antigen with IgE-antibodies occurs. • The same thing is observed with IgG4. They bind with their receptors on basophiles, macrophages, eosinophiles, thrombocytes. • Depending on the quantity of IgE-antibodies connected to antigen, quantity of antigen can observe either inhibition of the cell activity or its activation and transfer to the pathochemical stage.

    31. Cellular mechanisms of allergy

    32. Degranulation of mast cell

    33. Pathochemical stage • Activation of the mast cells and basophile leads to releasing of different mediators. The process of secretion of mediators need energy, that’s why blocking of energy-formation blocks also releasing of mediators. • A certain role in this process play cAMP and cGMP. Secretion of one of the main mediators – histamine depends on their correlation. • Many different mediators have been excluded from the mast cells and basophiles. Some mediators are in the cell in ready form and easily are secreted (histamine, serotonin, eosinophiles chemotaxic factors). • Some mediators are formed after stimulation of the cell (leukotriens, thrombocyte activating factors). This mediators act on vessels and target-cells, including in the development of allergic reaction eosinophiles, thrombocytes and other cells. • As a result eosinophiles, neutrophiles, which start also to release mediators – phospholipase D, histaminase, leukotriens and others.

    34. Меdiators of allergy 1. Histamin 2. Heparin 3. Serotonin 4. Eosinophiles chemotaxis factor 5. Platelet-activating factor 6. Prostaglandins (tromboxan, prostacyclin) 7. Leukotriens 8. Superoxyde anion-radical 9. Bradykinin 10. Components of complement (С3а, С5а) 11. Lyzosomal enzymes 12. Polypeptide Р

    35. Histamine • Histamine is localized in ready form in granules of the mast cells and basophile leucocytes. • In the blood of healthy people histamine almost totally stays in basophile leucocytes. • Histamine acts on the tissues cells through the receptors of two types – H1 and H2. • Their correlation and spreading on the cells of different cells is different. Stimulation of H1 promotes to contraction of smooth muscles, endothelial cells and postcapillary part of microcirculation. This leads to increasing of permeability of vessels, development of edema and inflammation. • Stimulation of H2 causes the opposite effects.

    36. Histamine effects • Releasing of histamine from basophile leucocytes and from the lungs is diminished through them, the function of the lymphocytes modulates, formation of migration inhibitory factor (MIF) by T-lymphocytes gets oppressed, releasing of lysosome enzymes by neutrophile leucocytes diminishes as well. • The increasing of quantity of histamine in blood is observed in the intensive stage of bronchial asthma, nettle-rash, officinal allergy.

    37. Heparin • Heparin is activated after releasing out of the mast cells. • It possesses an antithrombine and anticomplementar activity. • Thrombocyte (platelet)activating factor (PAF) is secreted by basophiles, lymphocytes, thrombocytes and endothelial cells.

    38. Platelet-activating factor (PAF) PAF acts on target-cells through corresponding receptors: 1. It causes the aggregation of thrombocytes and releasing of histamine and serotonin out of them 2. It helps to chemotaxis and secretion of granular contents of eosinophiles and neutrophiles 3. It causes spasm of smooth muscles 4. It increases permeability of vessels

    39. Metabolites of arachidone acid • It is metabolized in two different ways: cyclooxygenic and lipooxygenic. • Under the influence of cyclooxygenase prostaglandins, tromboxans and prostacycline are formed from arachidone acid. • Under the influence of lipooxygenase leukotriens are formed from it.

    40. Prostaglandins and leukotriens • Prostaglandins of group F possess the ability to cause contraction of smooth muscles, including bronchi, and prostaglandins of group E provide the relaxing action. • Leukotriens cause the spasm of smooth muscles, increase secretion of mucous, decrease coronary blood flow and power of heart contractions, increase chemotaxis of polymorphic-nuclear leukocytes, lead to development of prolonged bronchial spasm.

    41. Pathophysiological stage • Under influence of mediators permeability of vessels and chemotaxis of neutrophiles and eosinophiles are increased, that leads to development of inflammatory reaction. • The increase of permeability of vessels promotes the exit of fluid, immunoglobulins and complement into tissues. • By means of mediators and also through the IgE-antibodies, the cytotoxic effect of macrophages is activated, secretion of enzymes, prostaglandins and leukotriens, thrombocyte activating factor is stimulated. • The released mediators cause also damaging action onto cells and connective tissue structures. • Bronchospasm develops in respiratory organs. • These effects clinically are manifested by attacks of bronchial asthma , rhinitis, conjunctivitis, nettle-rash, skin itch, diarrhea.

    42. Medicated allergy

    43. Anaphylactic shock • Anaphylactic shock develops as severe complication. • Spasm of smooth muscles of internal organs with clinical manifestation of bronchospasm(cough, expiratory dyspnea), spasm of gastro-intestinal tract muscles (spastic pain in the whole abdomen, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea), spasm of uterus in women (pain below abdomen) are observed. • Spastic phenomena are worsened by edemas of mucous membranes of internal organs, during the edema of larynx the picture of asphyxia may develop. • The arterial pressuresharply is decreased, the heartinsufficiency, ischemia of brain, paralysis develop danger for the life of the patient appears.

    44. Cytotoxic type of allergic reactions • Immunological stage.It is called cytotoxic because the antibodies that developed to antigen of the cell bind to cells and cause their damage or even lysis (cytolytic action). For swithing of this mechanism cells have to acquire autoallergen properties. Than the formation of autoantibodies is started. To development of this process further chemical substances, usually medicines, viruses, microbes. They may change the antigen structure of cellular membranes. The formed autoantibodies belong to IgG and IgM. They connect to corresponding antigens of the cells by means Fab-fragments.

    45. Cytotoxic type