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Candida and Mycoplasma are so far the biggest culprits in mast cell disease.

See also Listeria and Klebsiella, mycoplasma, candida

See this site for much information [1]

Disease of mast cells called either Mastocytosis or Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS) [2]

How someone defeated MCAS [3]

How someone got MCAS, herbal antibiotics agaisnt lyme then caught "flu" likely mycoplasma [4]

They produce prostaglandins d2 and histamine. Implicated in irritable bowel. [5]

Some nuggets are that mast cell diseases are diagnosed primarily by elevated tryptase in the blood. Also skin and gi symptoms are most common. Mast cells are often deformed or sticking together. Mycoplasma is a big culprit since they stick to mast cell membranes and cause neutrophil histamine release. Candida also invades and causes mast cells to recruit neutrophils releasing histamine. Listeria also upregulates mast cells and causes them to release tryptase.

Mast cells and bacteria [6]

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