Detection Of Milk-specific IgE And IgA In Stool Samples From Children With Food Allergy

      RATIONALE: Immunoglobulins in the intestine can facilitate (IgE, IgG) or inhibit (IgA) allergen uptake across the epithelium. Little is known about the role of gastrointestinal food-specific immunoglobulins in food allergy. Our goal was to determine levels of milk-specific IgE or IgA in stool samples of children with allergy or tolerance to milk.
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