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dc.description.abstractLas helmintiasis y las alergias son muy frecuentes en países del trópico, donde establecen múltiples interacciones. Los mecanismos de defensa contra estos parásitos son bastante parecidos a la respuesta inmunológica de tipo alérgico, principalmente porque ambos procesos tienen una importante participación de los anticuerpos tipo inmunoglobulina E (IgE). Pero también hay diferencias importantes, siendo una de ellas el grado de inmunomodulación, el cual es débil en la respuesta alérgica y fuerte en la antihelmíntica. Este tema tiene repercusiones en medicina porque algunas helmintiasis como la ascariasis (producida por Ascaris lumbricoides), son capaces de modificar el curso de las enfermedades alérgicas, en ocasiones disminuyendo su intensidad, por lo cual se ha propuesto que una de las razones del incremento de las alergias en el mundo es la disminución progresiva de las infecciones por helmintos. En esta revisión analizaremos varios de los efectos de las helmintiasis sobre la respuesta inmunológica alérgica y especularemos sobre su influencia en las tendencias internacionales de incremento de los problemas inflamatorios de origen inmunológico.spa
dc.description.abstractHelminth infections and allergies are very common in tropical countries, where they are linked by multiple interactions. Defense mechanisms against helminths are quite similar to the allergic immune response, mainly because both processes have a significant participation of antibodies such as immunoglobulin E (IgE). But there are also important differences, one being the degree of immunomodulation, which is weak in the allergic response and strong in anthelmintic immunity. This issue has implications in medicine because some helminth infections such as ascariasis (caused by Ascaris lumbricoides), are able to modify the course of allergic diseases, sometimes reducing their intensity and sometimes intensifying allergic symptoms. In this review we discuss some of the influence of helminthiases on the allergic immune response and speculate about its impact on the current international prevalence trends of inflammatory disorders.eng
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dc.titleLos diversos efectos de las helmintiasis sobre la inflamación alérgicaspa
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