Every domain has its best (most up-to-date, valuable for patients) literature; for Hereditary Alpha Tryptasemia Syndrome (HATS) they're usually peer-reviewed journal articles, videos from conferences, etc. This annotated bibliography is prioritized in date order; with a newer disorder, having the newest research from the field is critical.
For patient stories, see Faces of Tryptasemia.
2021, March 5; The genetic basis and clinical impact of hereditary alpha-tryptasemia. Key words: genetics
- Kathleen T. Luskin, Andrew A. White, Jonathan J. Lyons, The genetic basis and clinical impact of hereditary alpha-tryptasemia, The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice, 2021, ISSN 2213-2198,
2021, February; Heritable risk for severe anaphylaxis associated with increased a-tryptase-encoding germline Copy number at TPSAB1. Key words: Italy US Italy
Quote: "To our knowledge, this is the first report of a common heritable genetic risk factor for anaphylaxis. Given the increased prevalence of HaT in both severe HVA and IA, the association between HaT and severe anaphylaxis appears to be independent of concomitant clonal mast cell disease."
- Lyons JJ, Chovanec J, O'Connell MP, Liu Y, Šelb J, Zanotti R, Bai Y, Kim J, Le QT, DiMaggio T, Schwartz LB, Komarow HD, Rijavec M, Carter MC, Milner JD, Bonadonna P, Metcalfe DD, Korošec P. Heritable risk for severe anaphylaxis associated with increased α-tryptase-encoding germline copy number at TPSAB1. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2021 Feb;147(2):622-632. doi: 10.1016/j.jaci.2020.06.035. Epub 2020 Jul 24. PMID: 32717252.
2021, January 21; Distinct Small Intestine Mast Cell Histologic Changes in Patients With Hereditary Alpha-tryptasemia and Mast Cell Activation Syndrome. Key words: small intestine spindle mast cell duodenum mucosa
- Hamilton, Matthew J. MD*; Zhao, Melissa MD†; Giannetti, Matthew P. MD‡; Weller, Emily BA‡; Hufdhi, Raied MD‡; Novak, Peter MD§; Mendoza-Alvarez, Lybil B. MD∥; Hornick, Jason MD, PhD†; Lyons, Jonathan J. MD¶; Glover, Sarah C. DO#,**; Castells, Mariana C. MD, PhD‡; Pozdnyakova, Olga MD, PhD†Author Information
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2021, January 17; Hereditary alpha-tryptasemia in 101 patients with mast cell activation-related symptomatology including anaphylaxis. Key words: tryptase >6.2ng/mL omalizumab Xolair™️ psychiatric 👉 A - Baseline; B - Medicated
Quote: "2a:3b was the most common genotype but did not correlate with tryptase levels."
- Matthew P. Giannetti, Emily Weller, Concetta Bormans, Peter Novak, Matthew J. Hamilton, Mariana Castells, Hereditary alpha-tryptasemia in 101 patients with mast cell activation-related symptomatology including anaphylaxis, Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, 2021, ISSN 1081-1206, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.anai.2021.01.016.(http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1081120621000247)
2021, January 14; Hereditary α tryptasemia is a valid genetic biomarker for severe mediator-related symptoms in mastocytosis. Key words: mastocytosis Gdańsk Poland Vienna Austria hymenoptera bee wasp
- Blood (2021) 137(2): 238-137.
2020; Mediators of Inflammation in Bone Physiology and Diseases. Key words: hypertryptasemia bone marrow spleen liver gastrointestinal tract University Verona Sheffield Italy United Kingdom
In patients with systemic mastocytosis (SM), neoplastic MCs form focal and/or diffuse infiltrates in various internal organs, including the bone marrow (BM), spleen, liver, and gastrointestinal tract .
MC-related disorders may be involved in bone fragility and assessment of serum tryptase is useful to detect MC-related disorders.
Recently, a hereditary autosomal dominant form of hypertryptasemia*, caused by increased germline copies of the TPSAB1 gene encoding alpha-tryptase, has been recognized [22–25]. However, genetic analysis could not be performed in the present series of hypertryptasemic patients. [*aka Familial Hypertryptasemia or Hereditary Alpha Tryptasemia Syndrome]
- Giulia Carosi, Gregorio Guabello, Matteo Longhi, Federica Grifoni, Elena Passeri, Sabrina Corbetta, "Hypertryptasemia and Mast Cell-Related Disorders in Severe Osteoporotic Patients", Mediators of Inflammation, vol. 2020, Article ID 5785378, 8 pages, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1155/2020/5785378
2020, November/December; Hereditary Alpha Tryptasemia: UK Prevalence and Variability in Disease Expression. Key words: United Kingdom Britain England gene dosage effect not invalidated
Quote: "[C]linical manifestations were not more common in patients with gene triplications or quintuplications than in those with duplications. Some immediate family members with the same genetic trait and high basal MCT levels were asymptomatic."
- Robey RC, Wilcock A, Bonin H, Beaman G, Myers B, Grattan C, Briggs TA, Arkwright PD. Hereditary Alpha-Tryptasemia: UK Prevalence and Variability in Disease Expression. J Allergy Clin Immunol Pract. 2020 Nov-Dec;8(10):3549-3556. doi: 10.1016/j.jaip.2020.05.057. Epub 2020 Jun 15. PMID: 32553831.
2020, November; Patients with mast cell activation symptoms and elevated baseline serum tryptase level have unique bone marrow morphology. Key words: bone marrow morphology
- Giannetti MP, Akin C, Hufdhi R, Hamilton MJ, Weller E, van Anrooij B, Lyons JJ, Hornick JL, Pinkus G, Castells M, Pozdnyakova O. Patients with mast cell activation symptoms and elevated baseline serum tryptase level have unique bone marrow morphology. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2020 Nov 25:S0091-6749(20)31633-X. doi: 10.1016/j.jaci.2020.11.017. Epub ahead of print. PMIDNo: 33248113.
2020, November 1; The Role of Bone Marrow Evaluation in Clinical Allergy and Immunology Practice: When and Why. Key words: bone marrow
Photo: L. - Dr. Boggs; R - Karen Smith-Will; taken at the NIH.
- REVIEW AND FEATURE ARTICLE| Vol. 8, Iss. 10, P3356-3362, NOVEMBER 01, 2020
The Role of Bone Marrow Evaluation in Clinical Allergy and Immunology Practice: When and Why
Nathan A. Boggs, MD, PhD& V. Koneti Rao, MD Published:June 08, 2020 DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jaip.2020.05.049
2020, April; Hereditary Alpha Tryptasemia - New Diagnosis, Familiar Symptoms. Key words: Israel Hebrew
- Cohen Engler A, Confino Cohen R, Mekori Y. Hereditary Alpha Tryptasemia - New Diagnosis, Familiae Symptoms. Harefuah. 2020 Apr;159(4):253-255. Hebrew. PMID: 32307961.
2020, February; Youngest reported child with tryptase >20ug/L, found to have hereditary alpha tryptasemia (HAT). Key words: youngest infant child Canada British Columbia
2020, February 1; Is The Local Anaesthetics a Risk Factor of Anaphylaxis in Mastocytosis Patients? Key words: local anesthesia anesthetic anaphylaxis
2020; Elevated Serum Tryptase in Non-Anaphylaxis Cases: A Concise Review. Key Words: Australia hereditary alpha tryptasemia familial hypertryptasemia ImmunoCAP enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay ELISA
Quote: "MCs from these patients do not appear to be more prone to degranulation, indicating the problem is not a disorder of MC activation."
2019, December; Mast cell activation in the context of elevated basal serum tryptase: genetics & presentations. Key Words: gene dosage effect germline quintuplication
Quote: "One additional TPSAB1 copy results in an averageBST level of 15 ± 5 ng/mL, two extra copies 24 ± 6 ng/mL, and in the family with four extra copies 37 ± 14 ng/mL."
2019, August; Lipidomic analysis of urinary exosomes from hereditary α‐tryptasemia patients and healthy volunteers. Key words: lipids urine urinary upregulation exosomes secretion lipidome University Florida
- Glover SC, Nouri M‐Z, TunaKM, et al. Lipidomic analysis of urinary exosomes from hereditary α‐tryptasemian patients and healthy volunteers. FASEB BioAdvances. 2019;1:624–638. https ://doi.org/10.1096/fba.2019-00030
2019 Special edition The Mast Cell Society Newsletter Search for: TMS_Chronicles_SE_2019_v1.pdf Key words: Mast Cell stabilizers medications supplements H1s H2s tables
2018; A case of Hereditary Alpha Tryptasemia successfully treated with omalizumab. Key words: omalizumab Xolair™️ preadolescent triplication pre-teen
- J.J. Rosenthal, C. Swanson, D. Petroni, A case report of Hereditary Alpha Tryptasemia successfully treated with omalizumab, Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, Volume 121, Issue 5, Supplement, 2018, Page S122, ISSN 1081-1206, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.anai.2018.09.405.(http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1081120618311517)
- Lyons, Jonathan & Stotz, Stephanie & Chovanec, Jack & Liu, Yihui & Lewis, Katie & Nelson, Celeste & Dimaggio, Thomas & Jones, Nina & Stone, Kelly & Sung, Heejong & Biesecker, Leslie & Colicos, Michael & Milner, Joshua. (2017). A common haplotype containing functional CACNA1H variants is frequently coinherited with increased TPSAB1 copy number. Genetics in Medicine. 20. 10.1038/gim.2017.136.
- Velasquez CV, Roman AD, Lan NT, Huy NT, Mercado ES, Espino FE, Perez ML, Huong VT, Thuy TT, Tham VD, Nga CT, Ha TT, Bilar JM, Bajaro JD, Baello BQ, Kikuchi M, Yasunami M, Morita K, Watanabe N, Karbwang J, Hirayama K. Alpha tryptase allele of Tryptase 1 (TPSAB1) gene associated with Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) and Dengue Shock Syndrome (DSS) in Vietnam and Philippines. Hum Immunol. 2015 May;76(5):318-23. doi: 10.1016/j.humimm.2015.03.009. Epub 2015 Mar 20. PMID: 25797204.
2014, October; Mastocytic Enterocolitis as a Rare Cause of Chronic Diarrhea. Key words: high-powered field hpf CD117 staining diarrhea
Quote: "Mastocytic enterocolitis is a rare, recently defined disorder characterized by an increased number of gut diarrheast cells (>20 per high power field [or, hpf]) that are revealed by immunohistochemical demonstration of mast cell tryptase in patients with chronic diarrhea. This disorder can be easily missed if immunohistochemical staining for mast cells is not done."
- Abdinoor, Abdillahi MD; Venu, Mukund MD, American Journal of Gastroenterology: October 2014 - Volume 109 - Issue - p S428.
2014, July 30; Familial hypertryptasemia with associated mast cell activation system. Key words: Antwerp Belgium
2014, January 25; Mendelian inheritance of elevated serum tryptase associated with atopy and connective tissue abnormalities. Key words: NIH University Cincinnati Virginia Commonwealth
- Lyons J.J., Sun G., Stone K.D., Nelson C., Wisch L., O'Brien M., et al. Mendelian inheritance of elevated serum tryptase associated with atopy and connective tissue abnormalities. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2014; 133: 1471-1474. Available online January 25, 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jaci.2013.11.039
Quote: "Additional genetic study is ongoing, and as the dysfunctional pathways in these families are elucidated, we might gainvadditional insights into the hypermobile connective tissue phenotype, atopic disease, autonomic dysfunction, and neuropsychiatric illness and their interface with mast cell mediators."
2012, March; Allergic Mastocytic Gastroenteritis and Colitis: An Unexplained Etiology in Chronic Abdominal Pain and Gastrointestinal Dysmotility. Key words: CD117 staining mastocytic enterocolitis gastrointestinal gastroenterology high-powered field HPF
- March 2012, Gastroenterology Research and Practice 2012(4):950582. DOI: 10.1155/2012/950582. SourcePubMed; LicenseCC BY 3.0A. Akhavein M, N.R. Patel, Pravin Muniyappa, Sarah Glover
Quote: "Solid gastric emptying was increased as were the mean number of mast cells reported on biopsies from the stomach, small bowel, and colon (>37/hpf) by CD117 staining...This study suggests that in individuals with these characteristics, consideration should be given to staining their gastrointestinal biopsies for mast cells as this may provide them with relatively non-toxic but highly targeted treatment options. Allergic gastroenteritis and colitis may represent a third type of GI mast cell disorder along with mast cell activation syndrome and mastocytic enterocolitis."
2012; FDA clears test developed in partnership with VCU researcher. Key words: ImmunoCAP Assay Test Virginia Commonwealth University
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