[Literature Library] Healthy infants harbor intestinal bacteria that protect against food allergy

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[Literature Library] Healthy infants harbor intestinal bacteria that protect against food allergy
Abstract

From colonized germ-free mice with feces from healthy or cow’s milk allergic infants, it was found that intestinal bacteria are critical for regulating allergic responses to dietary antigens, suggesting that bacterial communities that be a therapeutic target for food allergy.

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Feehley T, et al. Healthy infants harbor intestinal bacteria that protect against food allergy. Nat Med. 2019;25(3):448-453.
 

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