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Anaphylactic shock: IgG antibodies and neutrophils play an unexpected role

12:08 EDT 10 Jul 2019 | Science Daily

Teams have successfully identified a new pathological mechanism responsible for the unexplained cases of anaphylactic shock, involving neutrophils activated by antibodies of the IgG class. These findings will help improve diagnosis and treatment for patients with this type of shock.

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