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Areas of production in the respiratory and intestinal mucosa are associated with the presence of tissue mast cells (18). With the development of techniques to measure total IgE in the blood and the availability of purified IgE protein, investigators were able to study the metabolic properties of this immunoglobulin in normal individuals ( 19). 3 µg/kg of body weight, in contrast to the total circulating IgG pool of about 500,000 µg/kg of body weight. 3 days. 3 µg/kg/day. It had been known for several years that the half-life of reaginic antibody in human skin as determined by passive transfer studies was about 14 days.
This classification has been a foundation for an understanding of the immunopathogenesis of clinical hypersensitivity syndromes ( 51). This schema depends on the location and class of antibody that interacts with antigen resulting in effector cell activation and tissue injury. In type I, or immediate, hypersensitivity, allergen interacts with IgE antibody on the surface of mast cells and basophils, resulting in the cross-linking of IgE, FceRI receptor apposition, and mediator release from these cells.
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