Posted: 24 Oct 2016 06:59 AM PDT
A molecular motor that controls the release of inflammatory factors that cause severe and fatal allergic reactions has now been identified by researchers. The study suggests that targeting this motor may be a new way to treat patients undergoing anaphylactic shock.
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