Bee pollen: a dangerous food for allergic children. Identification of responsible allergens.

@article{MartnMuoz2010BeePA,
  title={Bee pollen: a dangerous food for allergic children. Identification of responsible allergens.},
  author={Mar{\'i}a Flora Mart{\'i}n-Mu{\~n}oz and Bernab{\'e} Bartolome and Magdalena Caminoa and Irina Bobolea and M. C. Garc{\'i}a Ara and Santiago Quirce},
  journal={Allergologia et immunopathologia},
  year={2010},
  volume={38 5},
  pages={
          263-5
        }
}
BACKGROUND Bee pollen has been proposed as a food supplement, but it can be a dangerous food for people with allergy. We study an allergic reaction after ingestion of bee pollen in a 4-year-old boy who had developed rhinitis in the last spring and autumn. METHODS We performed a prick-by-prick test with bee pollen and skin prick tests with the most important local pollens, house dust mites, common fungi, and animal danders. The levels of serum tryptase, serum total IgE and specific IgE against… CONTINUE READING

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