2-2 Role of Interleukin-33 in Innate-Type Immune Cells in Allergy

Saturday, 14 December 2013: 08:25 - 08:45
Great Lakes Grand Ballroom East (Westin - Michigan Avenue)

Susumu Nakae , The University of Tokyo, The Institute of Medical Science, Tokyo, Japan

Learning Objectives:
Summarize the origins and role of IL-33 in connecting innate and adaptive immunity in allergic disease.

Evaluate the molecular consequences of stimulating this pathway.

Review the novel therapeutics that are directed to this molecule and its receptor.