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Gut microbiota: defense against food allergies?

The risk of allergic reaction to b-lactoglobulin could be correlated to the composition of the gut microbiota. Increasing the levels of some species, especially Anaerostipes caccae, could protect against cow's milk protein allergy and become a new therapeutic approach.   Prevalence of foo...
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A promising probiotic for non-IgE-mediated cow’s milk protein allergy

As a new therapeutic approach for this disease in infants, researchers have proposed to supplement hypoallergenic formulae with lactobacillus to correct the gut dysbiosis associated with the allergic process.   Cow’s milk protein allergy (CMPA), the most common childhood food allergy, is ...
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Is Ruminococcus gnavus responsible for some childhood allergies?

A bacterial marker for intestinal dysbiosis may explain the onset of respiratory allergy episodes.   The development of childhood allergies is often associated with intestinal dysbiosis, but until now, no bacteria had been identified as the agent responsible for the disease. Taiwanese res...
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