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Cow's milk is a potent diet component that provides many valuable nutrients. It is also included in "The big eight of food allergens" by Codex Alimentarius Commission. Cow's milk contains also approximately 20 potentially allergenic proteins. The most common bovine milk allergens are α-casein and...

Author(s)
Zglińska, K.; Niemiec, T.
Publisher
Instytut Żywności i Żywienia, Warszawa, Poland
Citation
Żywienie Człowieka i Metabolizm, 2018, 45, 3, pp 220-231
Abstract

Aim: Allergic diseases are increasing in the modern world and newborn infants encounter food allergies primarily. The most commonly seen food allergy in Turkey is cow's milk protein allergy. In this study, cow's milk protein allergy was examined from the perspective of family doctors and levels of...

Author(s)
Ozkars, M. Y.
Publisher
Inönü Üniversitesi Tıp Fakültesi, Malatya, Turkey
Citation
Annals of Medical Research, 2018, 25, 3, pp 434-437
Abstract

Question: I frequently encounter infants with symptoms suggestive of allergy after being introduced to standard cow's milk formula. Parents are concerned and ask for recommendations regarding formula alternatives. Which formulas are best for children with cow's milk allergy? Answer: Cow's milk ...

Author(s)
Kipfer, S.; Goldman, R. D.
Publisher
College of Family Physicians of Canada, Mississauga, Canada
Citation
Canadian Family Physician, 2021, 67, 3, pp 180-182
Abstract

Background: Several studies demonstrated the adverse effect of milk processing on the allergy-protective capacity of raw cow's milk. Whether milk processing also affects the allergenicity of raw milk is hardly investigated. Objective: To assess the allergenicity of raw (unprocessed) and processed ...

Author(s)
Abbring, S.; Kusche, D.; Roos, T. C.; Diks, M. A. P.; Hols, G.; Garssen, J.; Baars, T.; Esch, B. C. A. M. van
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Clinical and Experimental Allergy, 2019, 49, 7, pp 1013-1025
Abstract

Background: The majority of infants and children with cow's milk allergy will grow out of their allergy after a few years. The aim of this study was to identify the natural course of cow's milk allergy in infants and children during a follow-up of 18 months and also the predictive factors for its...

Author(s)
Eslamian, M. H.; Moghtaderi, M.; Gharagozlou, M.
Publisher
Kowsar Medical Publishing, Heerlen, Netherlands
Citation
Iranian Journal of Pediatrics, 2018, 28, 1, pp e55937
Abstract

Introduction: Camel's milk proteins have very little homology with cow's milk proteins, and, in addition, β-lactoglobulin, the major allergenic protein in cow's milk, is completely absent in camel's milk. Such structural differences may result in different antigenic responses induced by these two ...

Author(s)
Boughellout, H.; Choiset, Y.; Rabesona, H.; Chobert, J. M.; Haertle, T.; Zidoune, M. N.
Publisher
Elsevier Masson SAS, Issy-les-Moulineaux, France
Citation
Revue Française d'Allergologie, 2016, 56, 4, pp 344-348
Abstract

This research communication relates to the hypothesis that the consumption of raw or unprocessed cow's milk contributes to lowered prevalence of allergies. Thermal pasteurization of bovine milk can result in denaturation of minor whey proteins and loss of their bioactivity. Denaturation of bovine...

Author(s)
Bogahawaththa, D.; Vasiljevic, T.
Publisher
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK
Citation
Journal of Dairy Research, 2020, 87, 4, pp 484-487
Abstract

Background: Immunotherapy for food allergy requires prolonged treatment protocols and, in most cases, does not lead to durable modulation of the allergic immune response. We have demonstrated an intranasal (IN) nanoemulsion adjuvant that redirects allergen-specific Th2 responses toward Th1 and Th17 ...

Author(s)
O'Konek, J. J.; Landers, J. J.; Janczak, K. W.; Lindsey, H. K.; Mondrusov, A. M.; Totten, T. D.; Baker, J. R., Jr.
Publisher
Wiley, Copenhagen, Denmark
Citation
Allergy, 2020, 75, 4, pp 872-881
Abstract

Justification: Cow's milk protein allergy (CMPA) is increasingly being diagnosed in the West, while there is scant data on the subject from India. There is low awareness among pediatricians about its diagnosis and management; leading to improper diagnosis. Process: A group of experts from the...

Author(s)
John Matthai; Malathi Sathiasekharan; Ujjal Poddar; Anupam Sibal; Anshu Srivastava; Yogesh Waikar; Rohan Malik; Gautam Ray; Geetha, S.; Yachha, S. K.
Publisher
Springer (India) Private Limited, New Delhi, India
Citation
Indian Pediatrics, 2020, 57, 8, pp 723-729
Abstract

Background Introduction and gradual incremental escalation of a low dose of baked milk may accelerate the resolution of severe cow's milk (CM) allergy for some children. The purpose of our study was to evaluate the efficacy and safety of baked milk oral immunotherapy (OIT) in children with CM ...

Author(s)
Gruzelle, V.; Juchet, A.; Martin-Blondel, A.; Michelet, M.; Chabbert-Broue, A.; Didier, A.
Publisher
Wiley, Copenhagen, Denmark
Citation
Pediatric Allergy and Immunology, 2020, 31, 4, pp 364-370

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