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[Total IgE, specific antibodies to cow's milk proteins, beta-lactoglobulin and eczema in one month infants].
Arerugi 1990; 39(11):1484-91A

Abstract

Total IgE, specific IgE.IgA.IgG.IgM antibodies to whole cow's milk and beta-lactoglobulin were measured in 32 term and 23 premature infants. 1) The term infants who developed eczema till one month had significantly high specific IgG titers to whole cow's milk and beta-lactoglobulin in cord blood serum. It is concluded that specific IgG antibody to whole cow's milk and beta-lactoglobulin in cord blood serum have predictive value for the development of eczema till one month. 2) Some of mixed feeding premature infants produced specific IgE.IgA.IgG.IgM antibodies to whole cow's milk and beta-lactoglobulin till one month. These infants produced various kind of specific antibodies to whole cow's milk and beta-lactoglobulin. 3) The premature infants who developed eczema at one month had significantly high specific IgA.IgG titers to cow's milk and high specific IgA titers to beta-lactoglobulin in serum at one month. These infants had a tendency to show high total IgE value and high specific IgM titers to cow's milk and high specific IgG.IgM titers to beta-lactoglobulin. It is concluded that specific antibodies to whole cow's milk and beta-lactoglobulin are responsible for the development of eczema in one month infants.

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Department of Pediatrics, Nagoya City Jyohoku Munincipal Hospital.

Pub Type(s)

English Abstract
Journal Article

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jpn

PubMed ID

2288494

Citation

Kawakita, A. "[Total IgE, Specific Antibodies to Cow's Milk Proteins, Beta-lactoglobulin and Eczema in One Month Infants]." Arerugi = [Allergy], vol. 39, no. 11, 1990, pp. 1484-91.
Kawakita A. [Total IgE, specific antibodies to cow's milk proteins, beta-lactoglobulin and eczema in one month infants]. Arerugi. 1990;39(11):1484-91.
Kawakita, A. (1990). [Total IgE, specific antibodies to cow's milk proteins, beta-lactoglobulin and eczema in one month infants]. Arerugi = [Allergy], 39(11), pp. 1484-91.
Kawakita A. [Total IgE, Specific Antibodies to Cow's Milk Proteins, Beta-lactoglobulin and Eczema in One Month Infants]. Arerugi. 1990;39(11):1484-91. PubMed PMID: 2288494.
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