Cell Science Systems Reports Newly Discovered Cause of Delayed Food Allergies (Sensitivities)

Cell Science Systems Reports Newly Discovered Cause of Delayed Food Allergies (Sensitivities)     July 13, 2021 08:08 AM Eastern Daylight Time DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Food allergy is an increasing problem and one that is not yet fully understood. However, researchers from University Leipzig (Germany) and Georgetown University together with Cell Science Systems may have found the key to understanding the most difficult type of…

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Studies of mitochondrial and nuclear DNA released from food allergen–activated neutrophils. Implications for non– IgE food allergy

Studies of mitochondrial and nuclear DNA released from food allergen–activated neutrophils. Implications for non– IgE food allergy Brigitte König, M.D., Ph.D.,1,2 Anja N. Koch, M.A.,3 and Joseph A. Bellanti, M.D.4,5 View Full Article Abstract Background: Although adverse food reactions are commonly divided into immunoglobulin E (IgE) mediated food allergy (FA), and non-IgE FA, the current literature is providing support for the role of innate immune responses…

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A randomized observational analysis examining the correlation between patients’ food sensitivities, micronutrient deficiencies, oxidative stress response and immune redox status

A randomized observational analysis examining the correlation between patients’ food sensitivities, micronutrient deficiencies, oxidative stress response and immune redox status Research and development Department, Cell Science Systems, 852 S Military Trail, Deerfield Beach, FL 33442, USA * Corresponding author: Irena Steele, PhD. Head of the Research and development Department, Cell Science Systems, 852 S Military Trail, Deerfield Beach, FL 33442, USA Published in Functional Food Science View…

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Microbiomes in and on Our Bodies

Microbiomes in and on Our Bodies Curriculum Units by Fellows of the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute 2014 Volume IV: Engineering in Biology, Health and Medicine Published in Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute View Full Article Excerpt From the Cell Science Systems, Corp. – Alcat Worldwide, numerous studies have been conducted to test foods that are making us sick. 4 Inflammation and chronic activation of the immune system…

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Food Allergen Elimination for Obesity Reduction; a Longitudinal, Case-Control Trial

Food Allergen Elimination for Obesity Reduction; a Longitudinal, Case-Control Trial F. Buck Willis*1, Ram Shanmugam*2, Janet H. Southerland*3, Charles P. Mouton*4 1. Galveston ClinicalResearch,Corresponding Author: 6341 Stewart Rd #115, Galveston TX 77551, USA 2. Texas State University, School of HealthAdministration, USA 3. University of Texas Medical Branch,Galveston, USA * Corresponding author: Galveston ClinicalResearch, 6341 Stewart Rd #115, Galveston TX 77551, USA, Tel: 1-409-632-7131 Published in British Journal…

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Efficacy of individualised diets in patients with irritable bowel syndrome: a randomised controlled trial

A leukocyte activation test identifies food items which induce release of DNA by innate immune peripheral blood leucocytes Ather Ali,1 Theresa R Weiss,1 Douglas McKee,2 Alisa Scherban,1 Sumiya Khan,1 Maxine R Fields,1 Damian Apollo,1 Wajahat Z Mehal1   Published in BMJ Open Gastroenterology View Full Article   Summary What is already known about this subject? Over 60% of IBS patients report symptoms related to food, such…

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A leukocyte activation test identifies food items which induce release of DNA by innate immune peripheral blood leucocytes

A leukocyte activation test identifies food items which induce release of DNA by innate immune peripheral blood leucocytes Irma Garcia-Martinez1 ,  Theresa R. Weiss2 , Muhammad N. Yousaf1 , Ather Ali2† and Wajahat Z. Mehal1   Published in BioMed Central View Full Article   Abstract Background: Leukocyte activation (LA) testing identifies food items that induce a patient specific cellular response in the immune system, and has…

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A Clinical Evidence of a Correlation Between Insulin Resistance and the ALCAT Food Intolerance Test.

A Clinical Evidence of a Correlation Between Insulin Resistance and the ALCAT Food Intolerance Test. Michele Di Stefano, Eugenia Vittoria Pesatori, Pompei P, Grappasonni I, Scuri S, Petrelli F, Traini E, Sorrentino S, Di Fede G.   Published in Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine View Full Publication (Subscription) View PubMed Abstract   Abstract Insulin resistance (IR) is defined as the inability of a known quantity…

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Food Allergen Eliminations for Obesity Reduction: A Comparison Study with Therapeutic Exercise

Food Allergen Eliminations for Obesity Reduction: A Comparison Study with Therapeutic Exercise Buck Willis F MBBS, PhD, FACSM1, Ram Shanmugam PhD, and Sarah A Curran PhD, BSc (Hons)   Published in Food Science & Nutrition Research View Full Article   Summary It has been estimated that over 75% of the US population have hidden food allergies which may be a contributing cause to the obesity epidemic.…

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