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Table 2 Characteristics of children diagnosed with wheat allergy (n = 4)

From: Very low prevalence of IgE mediated wheat allergy and high levels of cross-sensitisation between grass and wheat in a UK birth cohort

Child Characteristics
1. Wheat intolerance Positive SPT wheat pollen
Positive SPT grass
No SPT to wheat flour
No bloods
Symptoms: GI symptoms
2. Wheat intolerance Negative SPT wheat pollen and wheat flour
Positive SPT grass
Positive specific IgE Timothy grass
Positive phlp1
Positive Phlp5b
Positive Wheat specific IgE
Negative to all wheat CRD
Symptoms: GI symptoms
3. Wheat intolerance Positive OFC no SPT or blood
Symptoms: GI symptoms
4. IgE mediated wheat allergy Positive SPT wheat pollen
Positive SPT to wheat flour
Negative SPT grass
Positive food allergen screen
Positive aero-allergen screen
Positive Timothy grass specific IgE
Positive Phlp1
Positive Phlp5b
Positive Wheat specific IgE
Positive Tria19 (omega 5 gliadin)
Positive tri a 14 (LTP)
Positive f98 (gliadins)
Symptoms: wheeze, rhinorrhoea, angioedema and vomiting