Biologics of Allergy

The advent of molecular techniques has resulted in the ability to tailor medications to specific protein targets. Such therapies are known as biologic immunomodulators, or more commonly, biologics. Since their introduction, these therapies have been designed to specifically target the molecular pathways involved in the pathogenesis of various autoimmune and inflammatory disorders.

The advent of molecular techniques has resulted in the ability to tailor medications to specific protein targets. Such therapies are known as biologic immunomodulators, or more commonly, biologics. 

  • Receptor Blocking Agents
  • Cytokine Blocking Antibodies
  • Fusion Receptors
  • Anti-Immunoglobulin E
  • The Future of Biologics: Applications for Food Allergy

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