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Immunology hyper IgE syndrome

TH1 cells fail to produce IFN-GAMMA so decrease nutrophyll chemotactic stimuli..how this relation explains increase IgE???
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My theory in Hyper IgE sx (Jobs Sx) is that due to no IFN gamma NO inhibition of a TH2 proliferation response leading to a promotion of adaptive immune response (antibodies) the exact reason why is IgE i cant really figure out.
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TH2 cells make more IgE than IgG by b cells thats y.
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