Hypoallergenic formulas--when, to whom and how long: after more than 15 years we know the right indication!

@article{Hst2004HypoallergenicFT,
  title={Hypoallergenic formulas--when, to whom and how long: after more than 15 years we know the right indication!},
  author={Arne H\ost and Susanne Halken},
  journal={Allergy},
  year={2004},
  volume={59 Suppl 78},
  pages={45-52}
}
Hypoallergenic formulas are processed by enzymatic hydrolysis of different protein sources such as bovine casein/whey and soy followed by further processing such as heat treatment and/or ultrafiltration, or they are based on amino acid mixtures. The products have been classified according to the degree of protein hydrolysis as 'extensively' or 'partially' hydrolysed protein products. Product properties may be characterized by biochemical techniques, and reduction of allergenicity may be… CONTINUE READING
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