Primary versus secondary immunoglobulin E sensitization to soy and wheat in the Multi-Centre Allergy Study cohort.

@article{Matricardi2008PrimaryVS,
  title={Primary versus secondary immunoglobulin E sensitization to soy and wheat in the Multi-Centre Allergy Study cohort.},
  author={Paolo Maria Matricardi and Angelina Bockelbrink and Kirsten Beyer and Thomas Keil and Bodo Niggemann and Christoph Gr{\"u}ber and Ulrich Wahn and Susanne Lau},
  journal={Clinical and experimental allergy : journal of the British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology},
  year={2008},
  volume={38 3},
  pages={493-500}
}
BACKGROUND IgE sensitization to soy and wheat is classified as 'primary' when generated by food ingestion and 'secondary' when it as a consequence of primary sensitization to cross-reacting pollen antigens via inhalation. The age-specific relevance of these categories of sensitization throughout childhood is unknown. OBJECTIVE To monitor the natural course of IgE sensitization against common food allergens in childhood in relation to sensitization against cross-reactive airborne allergens… CONTINUE READING

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