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Amino acid-based formulas (AAFs) are similar to most other infant kinds of milk except for one important difference. Instead of containing whole or broken down cow's milk protein, they contain amino acids. These individual amino acids are so small that they are not recognised by the immune system as allergens and do not provoke any allergic reaction in children with cow's milk allergy. In recent studies, AAFs were well tolerated and supported growth in otherwise healthy infants without cow'sdoi:10.22141/2224-05220.127.116.111.241718 fatcat:fc6tx466rbek5cjmmnad5wmfka