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Mast cells are major immune cells in allergy to secrete allergic mediators by a degranulation process and make and secrete inflammatory lipids and cytokines in response to antigen stimulation. An amino acid tryptophan regulates immune functions. Tryptophan ameliorates inflammatory colitis in which mast cells are engaged. However, its effects on mast cells remain to be solved. We investigated the effect of tryptophan on IgE-mediated allergic responses in the mast cells and mice. IgEmediateddoi:10.11637/kjpa.2017.30.2.53 fatcat:blystz2asjblnagqnrmbhgkl3q