The danger signal, extracellular ATP, is a sensor for an airborne allergen and triggers IL-33 release and innate Th2-type responses

Hideaki Kouzaki, Koji Iijima, Takao Kobayashi, Scott M. O'Grady, Hirohito Kita

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Pharmacology, Toxicology and Pharmaceutical Science

Immunology and Microbiology