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Threshold dose of cow's milk in sensitization to casein higher than those of casein and β-lactoglobulin in children with cow's milk allergy
Asian Pacific Journal of Allergy and Immunology
Recent treatment for food allergies involves the intake of allergy-causing foods at doses lower than the threshold dose determined by the oral food challenge (OFC). For a more successful treatment, it is necessary to identify a biomarker to establish safer doses of allergens in foods consumed at home. In this study, we aim to investigate whether the pattern of sensitization to cow's milk (CM) is related to the threshold dose of CM. Fifty patients with sensitization to casein (casein-specificdoi:10.12932/ap-220720-0927 pmid:33865301 fatcat:cekbhruidzesbjkfvs7wxmnb54