Food-specific serum IgE and IgG reactivity in dogs with and without skin disease: lack of correlation between laboratories.

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BACKGROUND Despite conflicting data on their utility and no reports on interlaboratory reproducibility, serum food-specific antibodies are commonly assayed in first-opinion canine practice. HYPOTHESIS/OBJECTIVES To determine both the variability of test results between two laboratories and the frequencies and magnitudes of food reactivity in dogs of… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/vde.12137

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@article{Hardy2014FoodspecificSI, title={Food-specific serum IgE and IgG reactivity in dogs with and without skin disease: lack of correlation between laboratories.}, author={Jonathan I Hardy and Anke Hendricks and Anette Loeffler and Yu-Mei Chang and Kristien L. P. Verheyen and Oliver A. Garden and Ross Bond}, journal={Veterinary dermatology}, year={2014}, volume={25 5}, pages={447-e70} }