Elevated eosinophil levels are responsible for allergic reactions, including most forms of asthma, gastrointestinal diseases, blood disorders and cancers. Researchers have found found a mechanism that pushes eosinophils to die before they get into the blood and wreak havoc. They first found the mechanism in cell cultures. Then they verified the theory in asthmatic mice. Now they have good reason to believe the same mechanism will work in people. Image: American Friends of Tel Aviv Univ.PA Society for Biomedical Research

Elevated eosinophil levels are responsible for allergic reactions, including most forms of asthma, gastrointestinal diseases, blood disorders and cancers. Researchers have found found a mechanism that pushes eosinophils to die before they get into the blood and wreak havoc. They first found the mechanism in cell cultures. Then they verified the theory in asthmatic mice. Now they have good reason to believe the same mechanism will work in people. Image: American Friends of Tel Aviv Univ.


Elevated eosinophil levels are responsible for allergic reactions, including most forms of asthma, gastrointestinal diseases, blood disorders and cancers. Researchers have found found a mechanism that pushes eosinophils to die before they get into the blood and wreak havoc. They first found the mechanism in cell cultures. Then they verified the theory in asthmatic mice. Now they have good reason to believe the same mechanism will work in people. Image: American Friends of Tel Aviv Univ.

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