Our data on circulating levels of tryptase, a systemicmarker of mast cell activation, are consistent with the synoviallevelfindings reported by Rivellese et al. Our results providefurther evidence that mast cells might exert antiinflammatoryaction in RA.

Serum Levels of Tryptase Suggest That Mast Cells Might Have an Antiinflammatory Role in Rheumatoid Arthritis: Comment on the Article by Rivellese et al

ROSSINI, Maurizio;VIAPIANA, Ombretta;Zanoni, Giovanna;TRIPI, Gaia;IDOLAZZI, Luca;FRACASSI, Elena;Adami, Giovanni;ADAMI, Silvano;GATTI, Davide
2016-01-01

Abstract

Our data on circulating levels of tryptase, a systemicmarker of mast cell activation, are consistent with the synoviallevelfindings reported by Rivellese et al. Our results providefurther evidence that mast cells might exert antiinflammatoryaction in RA.
tryptase, rheumatoid arthritis, mast cells
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