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The analysis of egg and milk allergens in children patients

  • Li He1 and
  • Qin Yuan Chen1
Clinical and Translational Allergy20111(Suppl 1):P21

Published: 12 August 2011


Public HealthFood AllergyChild PatientMilk AllergenFluorescent ELISA


To investigate the Status of children allergic toegg and milk.


Serum special IgE antibody (SIgE) levels against egg and milk allergens were detected by fluorescent ELISA.


The positive rates of SIgE against the egg allergen and the milk allergen of children were 33.1% and 25.7%, respectively. The positive rates of egg allergen in 0-3, 3-6 years group were significantly higher than those of 6-14 years group(P< 0.05). The positive rates of milk allergen in 0-3 years group were significantly higher than those of 3-6,6-14 years group (P<0.05).


The positive rates of egg and milk allergens in children were decrease as the age of children increased.

Key words

Egg, Milk, SIgE, Food allergy, Children

Authors’ Affiliations

Women and Children Health Institute of Futian, Shenzhen, China, Pediatrics, Shenzhen, China


© He and Chen; licensee BioMed Central Ltd. 2011

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