Immunology

IL-33 signaling in sensory neurons promotes dry skin itch



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Results and discussion

IL-33 acts as an alarmin by being rapidly released from damaged epithelial cells to initiate type 2 inflammation.

  • Chan B.C.L.
  • Lam C.W.K.
  • Tam L.S.
  • Wong C.K.
IL33: roles in allergic inflammation and therapeutic perspectives.