Global Journal of Allergy
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Mini Review
Polyphenols and their Mechanism of
Action in Allergic Immune Response
 Tunde Jurikova*, Jiri Mlcek, Jiri Soch...
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Mini review article deals with the most studied group of chemical compounds – polyphenols – predominantly flavonoids in relation to their allergic immune response. There is clarified and discussed their mechanism of action as well. We emphasized on the strongest inhibitors of allergic reactions - luteolin, fisetin and apigenin, but in the second part the currently studied flavonoids have been summarized as well.
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  • 1. Global Journal of Allergy Peertechz Journals
  • 2. Mini Review Polyphenols and their Mechanism of Action in Allergic Immune Response  Tunde Jurikova*, Jiri Mlcek, Jiri Sochor and Alzbeta Hegedusova  *Corresponding author: Tünde Juríková, Institut fot teacher training, Faculty of Central European Studies, Constantine the Philosopher University, Slovakia  Dates: Received: 18 September, 2015; Accepted: 01 October, 2015; Published: 03 October, 2015  Citation: Juríková T, Mlček J, Sochor J, Hegedűsová A (2015) Polyphenols and their Mechanism of Action in Allergic Immune Response. Glob J Allergy 1(2): 037-039.
  • 3. Abstract Mini review article deals with the most studied group of chemical compounds – polyphenols – predominantly flavonoids in relation to their allergic immune response. There is clarified and discussed their mechanism of action as well. We emphasized on the strongest inhibitors of allergic reactions - luteolin, fisetin and apigenin, but in the second part the currently studied flavonoids have been summarized as well.
  • 4. Thank you For more information Read Online Article… http://www.peertechz.com/Allergy/Allergy-1-108.php http://www.peertechz.com/Allergy/download.php?file=pdf/Allergy-1-108.pdf For Full Article PDF

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