Xenogeneic antibodies and atopic disease.


Xenogeneic antibodies can survive food processing procedures with their biological activity intact and even enhanced. These antibodies can be absorbed from the human gut, and will function both as antigens and antibodies in the human immune system. Antibodies to bovine gamma globulins (BGG) have been detected in human sera and the family of anti-BGG… (More)


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