Protein Implicated in Allergic Reactions to Medications

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Protein implicated in allergic reactions to medications
Protein implicated in allergic reactions to medications

Allergic reactions to medications are common and can be mild, such as nausea, or life-threatening, as in the case of anaphylaxis. But researchers from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD, have discovered a single protein that is the culprit in allergic reactions to a range of drugs.

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