Selective allergy to sheep's and goat's milk proteins.

@article{Martn2004SelectiveAT,
  title={Selective allergy to sheep's and goat's milk proteins.},
  author={T Mu{\~n}oz Mart{\'i}n and B. de la Hoz Caballer and F Mara{\~n}{\'o}n Lizana and Rosario Gonz{\'a}lez Mendiola and P Prieto Monta{\~n}o and Mar{\'i}a Soraya S{\'a}nchez Cano},
  journal={Allergologia et immunopathologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={32 1},
  pages={39-42}
}
BACKGROUND Cow's milk proteins are amongst the most common causes of food allergy in infants, and caseins are probably the main allergens. The existence of a high degree of cross-reactivity between milk caseins from different animals has been reported. We describe a 2-year-old boy who experienced allergic reactions after eating and touching sheep's cheese, but who tolerated cow's milk and cow's milk dairy products. He had never ingested milk or milk derivatives from sheep or goat. METHODS… CONTINUE READING

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