Research

Active investigation in allergies and its systemic implications is currently carried out at Texas Allergy Group’s Clinical Research Unit. Since allergies cells are part of the immune system, they are not being produced locally at areas that we have sensation of like at the nasal cavities and skin surface area only. In fact, those immune cells or white blood cells are being produced remotely at the bone marrow and lymph nodes and are constantly dissipated throughout the body. Understanding of barrier damages leading to systemic epithelial inflammation and nascent autoimmunity formation is key in understanding a multitude of non-infectious modern day diseases that are on the rise in modern day.

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