Innate Immune Responses Differ In Patients With Food Protein Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (fpies) Who Respond Well To The Restrictive Diet And Those Who Do Not

      FPIES is a benign condition with an excellent response to the avoidance of the offending food, i.e., restrictive diet (RD). This study hypothesized that FPIES patients with poor responses to the RD (FPIES-PR) have innate immune abnormalities compared to those with good responses to the RD (FPIES-GR).
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