Journal of Allergy & Inflammation

About Journal of Allergy & Inflammation

Inflammation is the body's response to tissue damage. Unless death occurs, inflammation is always followed by repair, while allergy is an exaggerated immune response to contact with a foreign substance, which may be something ingested, inhaled or touched. The immune response causes tissue swelling as seen in something as innocuous as hives or something as fatal as narrowing of the respiratory passages by surrounding bloated tissue. The ever growing pollution has caused allergic responses a regular issue especially in the urban life of human being.

The Journal of Allergy and Inflammation presents a spectrum of exciting information on various approaches adopted and their possible outcomes in allergy and inflammation research including new strategies in diagnosis, therapy and prevention of allergic diseases and inflammation. We will facilitate article submission, rapid article quality assurance through 'peer review', article formatting and processing to a final product which will allow high visibility, impact and provoke debate.

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Acute Inflammation

Acute inflammation begins within seconds to minutes following the injury of tissues. The damage may be purely physical, or it may involve the activation of an immune response. Sometimes pus forms at the site of acute inflammation, especially if a foreign body is present to continually aggravate the tissue.

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Allergic Inflammation

Allergic inflammation is due to a complex interaction between several inflammatory cells, including mast cells, basophils, lymphocytes, dendritic cells, eosinophil, and sometimes neutrophils. These cells produce multiple inflammatory mediators, including lipids, purines, cytokines, chemokine, and reactive oxygen species.

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Allergy

Allergy is an exaggerated immune response to contact with a foreign substance, which may be something ingested (peanut allergy), inhaled (pollen and dander) or touched (poison ivy). The immune response causes tissue swelling as seen in something as innocuous as hives or something as fatal as narrowing of the respiratory passages by surrounding bloated tissue.

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Asthma

Inflammatory disease caused to the lungs. It causes breathlessness. It is a chronic disease. Timing of symptoms is based on the physical activity. It is caused by the combination of genetic and environmental factors.

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Inflammatory Mediators

The endogenous compounds that mediate inflammation (autacoids) and related exogenous compounds including the synthetic prostaglandins. Epithelial cells are the first point of host contact for invasive intestinal pathogens and may initiate mucosal inflammatory responses via production of Proinflammatory cytokines and mediators.

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Hypersensitivity

It is a set of pathological immune or unwanted reactions produced by the normal immune system including allergies and autoimmunity. These reactions are generally fatal. In some reactions the immune responses are directed are directed against self-antigens.

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Dust Allergy

They mainly trigger asthma symptoms. The triggers for dust allergy are animal hair, pollen, mold, dust mites. In such cases the use of allergy shots (immunotherapy) work by gradually increasing a person’s tolerance to allergy triggers.

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Suppurative Inflammation

It is also called as lymphocytic inflammation. Suppurative is a term used to describe a disease or condition in which a purulent exudate (pus) is formed and discharged. Examples of such condition include appendicitis, arthritis, cerebritis, choroiditis, encephalitis, endophthalmitis, gastritis, gingivitis, hepatitis, hyalitis, mastitis, nephritis, pancreatitis, periodontitis, and phlebitis. Inflammation accompanied by pus formation is referred to as suppurating inflammation. In contrast, an inflammation not accompanied or characterized by suppuration is called nonsuppurative inflammation.

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Nonsuppurative Inflammation

An inflammation not accompanied or characterized by suppuration is called nonsuppurative inflammation. Non-Suppurative inflammations are divided into 5 types that is Catarrhal inflammation, Fibrinous inflammation which may be serous or serofibrinous, Membranous inflammation, Hemorrhagic inflammation, Allergic inflammation.

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