Th1-Th2 interaction: Is more complex than a see-saw?


Kutlu A., Bozkurt B., Ciftci F., Bozkanat E.

SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY, vol.65, no.4, pp.393-395, 2007 (SCI-Expanded) identifier identifier identifier identifier

Abstract

Infections, such as tuberculosis, measles and diphtheria, may decrease the risk of developing atopic allergic disorders. Patients with pulmonary TB having similar allergic skin prick test sensitivity as healthy controls but unable to show vigorous atopic phenotype in their healthy period might be a sign for Th1-Th2 immune interaction.