NIH study determines key differences between allergic and non-allergic dust mite proteins
Finding may lead to better therapies for individuals with dust mite allergies.
Scientists from the National Institutes of Health have determined what differentiates dust mite allergens from the non-allergen proteins dust mites produce. According to the researchers, dust mite allergens are more chemically stable and produced in larger quantities than other dust mite proteins.
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