Definitions for "IgE"
IgE is one of 5 human antibodies and is important in causing allergic symptoms. The IgE antibody attaches selectively to mast cells lining the respiratory mucous membrane, gastrointestinal tract, and skin. When the part of the IgE antibody is exposed to its matching allergen, then the mast cell is stimulated to release chemical mediators that cause allergic symptoms.
The antibody, which is formed in response to pollens, dust mites, grass, and other allergens.
Immunoglobin E, a class of antibodies, which play a major role in allergic diseases
A component of the human immune system implicated in the expression of allergies.
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