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Immunological Approaches for Suppression of the IgE Antibody Response Immunotherapy of hay fever has been one of the most popular treatments of the disease. Although the clinical effects of the treatment are appreciated, it is obvious that they are not due to the suppression of the IgE antibody formation. Nevertheless, long-term treatment of ragweed-sensitive hay fever patients by specific allergens frequently prevented the secondary IgE antibody response after the pollen season (Ishizaka and Ishizaka, 1973).