Phosphorylation reduces the allergenicity of cow casein in children with selective allergy to goat and sheep milk.

This study aimed to characterize the role of phosphorylation of caseins in selective allergy to goat milk (GM) and sheep milk (SM) in patients with good tolerance to cow milk (CM). We performed skin prick tests with milk and caseins from CM, GM, and SM and immunoblotting and specific immunoglobulin (Ig) E determinations with milk and casein from cow and GM… CONTINUE READING