Further reading

Agresti A (1997) Regulation of e germline transcription: Q and A. In: Vercelli D (ed) IgE regulation - Molecular Mechanisms. Oxford: Oxford University Press pp 179-190.

Bonnefoy J-Y, Gauchat J-F, Life P, Graber P, Aubry J-P and Leconet-Henchoz S (1995) Regulation of IgE synthesis by CD23/CD21 interaction. International Archives of Allergy and Immunology 107: 40-42. Brown MA and Hural J (1997) Functions of IL-4 and control of its expression. Critical Reviews in Immunology 17: 1-32.

Chai SK and Rothman P (1997) Cytokine signal transduction and its role in isotype class switching. In: Vercelli D (ed) IgE Regulation - Molecular Mechanisms. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp 121-141. Durham SR, Gould H and Hamid Q ( I 997) IgE regulation in tissues. In: Vercelli D (ed) IgE Regulation - Molecular Mechanisms. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp 21-36.

Galli SJ and Wershil BK (1996) The two faces of the mast cell. Nature 381: 21-22.

Galli SJ, Gordon JR and Wershil BK (1992) Cytokine production by mast cells and basophils. Current Opinion in Immunology 3: 865-873.

Gould HJ (1993) IgE structure, synthesis and interaction with receptors. In: Holgate ST and Church MK (eds) Allergy, chap. 2. London: Gower Press.

Gould HJ, Beavil RL, Reljic R et al (1997) IgE homeostasis: is CD23 the safety switch? In: Vercelli D (ed) IgE Regulation - Molecular Mechanisms. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp 37-59.

Lamers MC and Yu P (1995) Regulation of IgE synthesis. Lessons from the study of IgE transgenic and CD23-deficient micc. Immunological Reviews 148: 71-95.

Metzger H (1992) The receptor with high affinity for IgE. Immunolgoical Reviews 125: 37-48.

Ravetch JV (1997) Ec receptors. Current Opinion in Immunology 9: 121-125.

Scharenberg AMN and Kinet J-P (1994) Is localized immunoglobulin E synthesis the problem? Current Biology 4: 140-142.

Seibenkotten G and Radbruch A (1997) Switch transcripts and cytokine regulation of class switching. In: Vercelli D (ed) IgE Regulation - Molecular Mechanisms. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp 143-154.

Sutton BJ and Gould HJ (1993) The Human IgE Network. Nature 366: 421-428.

Valenta R and Ball T (1997) Antibody recognition of recombinant allergens and allergen fragments: evidence for a predominantly direct class switch to IgE in allergic patients. In: Vercelli D (ed) IgE Regulation - Molecular Mechanisms. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp 225-236.

Zhang K and Saxon A (1997) Production of a family of IgE proteins by alternative splicing of the 3' end of e RNA. In: Vercelli D (ed) IgF. Regulation - Molecular Mechanisms. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp 205-223.

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