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Data for "Mast cell mediators: their sub cellular localisation, bacterial influence on their release and expression and their potential value as markers for predicting the severity of allergic reactions"

Data for "Mast cell mediators: their sub cellular localisation, bacterial influence on their release and expression and their potential value as markers for predicting the severity of allergic reactions"
Data for "Mast cell mediators: their sub cellular localisation, bacterial influence on their release and expression and their potential value as markers for predicting the severity of allergic reactions"
The data support the thesis "Mast cell mediators: their sub cellular localisation, bacterial influence on their release and expression and their potential value as markers for predicting the severity of allergic reactions". It contains spreadsheets and SPSS files of clinical and immunological parameters for Southampton and Qatar cohort studies. It also contains prism files for LAD2 infection with Staph aureus, including levels of b-hexasominidase and cytokines and gene expression data. The results for MAPK is also included (spreadsheet and prism files).
Mast cell mediators, Tryptase, CPA3, Severity of allergic reaction, Infection, Sensitization, LAD2 cells, Co-localization studies, TDA, Endotypes
University of Southampton
Abadalkareem, Rana, Salah
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Walls, Andrew
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Abadalkareem, Rana, Salah
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Walls, Andrew
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Abadalkareem, Rana, Salah (2021) Data for "Mast cell mediators: their sub cellular localisation, bacterial influence on their release and expression and their potential value as markers for predicting the severity of allergic reactions". University of Southampton doi:10.5258/SOTON/D0947 [Dataset]

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Abstract

The data support the thesis "Mast cell mediators: their sub cellular localisation, bacterial influence on their release and expression and their potential value as markers for predicting the severity of allergic reactions". It contains spreadsheets and SPSS files of clinical and immunological parameters for Southampton and Qatar cohort studies. It also contains prism files for LAD2 infection with Staph aureus, including levels of b-hexasominidase and cytokines and gene expression data. The results for MAPK is also included (spreadsheet and prism files).

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LAD2_20and_20infection_2030_8_17.pzfx - Dataset
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Published date: 21 December 2021
Keywords: Mast cell mediators, Tryptase, CPA3, Severity of allergic reaction, Infection, Sensitization, LAD2 cells, Co-localization studies, TDA, Endotypes

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Local EPrints ID: 431518
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/431518
PURE UUID: cac50b62-a6fd-4996-9614-bb59cf32e6ba
ORCID for Andrew Walls: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-4803-4595

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Date deposited: 06 Jun 2019 16:31
Last modified: 18 Feb 2021 16:37

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Creator: Rana, Salah Abadalkareem
Research team head: Andrew Walls ORCID iD

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