Material and methods Clinically characterized soy allergic patients (n=15) with specific IgE against Gly m 5 and 6 were selected for the study. Here we show the complete data obtained for seven patients. Five chemically characterized soy protein extracts (SPE) were tested: raw SPE, SPE heated (121C) for 10 or 30 minutes with glucose and SPE heated (121C) for 10 or 30 minutes without sugar as a control. The allergenic potential of tested extract was examined using the basophil activation test (BAT) and inhibition ELISA. Maillard reaction products (MRP) were identified by western blot.