Goats' milk of defective alpha(s1)-casein genotype decreases intestinal and systemic sensitization to beta-lactoglobulin in guinea pigs.

@article{Bevilacqua2001GoatsMO,
  title={Goats' milk of defective alpha(s1)-casein genotype decreases intestinal and systemic sensitization to beta-lactoglobulin in guinea pigs.},
  author={Claudia Bevilacqua and Patrice Martin and C{\'e}line Candalh and Jacques Fauquant and Michel Piot and A. M. Roucayrol and Fabio Pilla and Martine Heyman},
  journal={The Journal of dairy research},
  year={2001},
  volume={68 2},
  pages={217-27}
}
Contradictory results have been reported on the use of goats' milk in cows' milk allergy. In this study the hypothesis was tested, using a guinea pig model of cows' milk allergy, that these discrepancies could be due to the high genetic polymorphism of goats' milk proteins. Forty guinea pigs were fed over a 20 d period with pelleted diets containing one of the following: soyabean proteins (group S), cows' milk proteins (group CM), goats' milk proteins with high (group GM1) or low (group GM2… CONTINUE READING
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