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The Effect of Digestion and Digestibility on Allergenicity of Food.
Pali-Schöll I, et al. Nutrients 2018 - Review. PMID 30134536 Free PMC article.
Food allergy prevalence numbers are still on the rise. Apart from environmental influences, dietary habits, food availability and life-style factors, medication could also play a role. ...Digestion and digestibility of carbohydrates and proteins thus critically affect the risk of food allergy development. In this review, we highlight the influence of amylases, gastric acid- and trypsin-inhibitors, as well as of food processing in the context of food allergenicity....
Food allergy prevalence numbers are still on the rise. Apart from environmental influences, dietary habits, food availability
Molecular and cellular mechanisms of food allergy and food tolerance.
Chinthrajah RS, et al. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2016 - Review. PMID 27059726 Free PMC article.
Roles for the commensal microbiome in promoting oral tolerance and the association of intestinal dysbiosis with food allergy are discussed. ...A goal of immunotherapy for food allergies is to induce sustained desensitization or even true long-term oral tolerance to food allergens through mechanisms that might in part overlap with those associated with the development of natural oral tolerance....
Roles for the commensal microbiome in promoting oral tolerance and the association of intestinal dysbiosis with food allergy are disc …
Microbiome and food allergy.
Blázquez AB and Berin MC. Transl Res 2017 - Review. PMID 27686718 Free PMC article.
Studies from animal models have clearly shown that the composition of the intestinal microbiota confers susceptibility to food allergy, and that there are organisms such as Clostridia species that are protective in the development of food allergy. ...Challenges going forward are to identify commensal-derived microorganisms that could be used therapeutically to prevent or perhaps treat food allergy....
Studies from animal models have clearly shown that the composition of the intestinal microbiota confers susceptibility to food allerg …
The role of the gut microbiota in food allergy.
Rachid R and Chatila TA. Curr Opin Pediatr 2016 - Review. PMID 27749359
This review highlights recent progress in our understanding of the role of the gut microbiota in the development of food allergy. ...Studies in murine models of food allergy suggest that microbial therapy with protolerogenic bacteria such as certain Clostridial species holds promise in future applications for prevention or therapy of food allergy. ...
This review highlights recent progress in our understanding of the role of the gut microbiota in the development of food allergy. ... …
Role of the Microbiome in Food Allergy.
Ho HE and Bunyavanich S. Curr Allergy Asthma Rep 2018 - Review. PMID 29623445
PURPOSE OF REVIEW: Resident microbial communities likely modify risk for allergic disorders, including food allergy. We review epidemiologic studies linking microbial exposures to food allergy risk and discuss the mechanisms by which the microbiome may modulate oral tolerance. ...Differential microbiota confer protection or susceptibility to food allergy by modulating the regulatory tone of the mucosal immune system. ...
PURPOSE OF REVIEW: Resident microbial communities likely modify risk for allergic disorders, including food allergy. We review epidem …
Microbiota and Food Allergy.
Shu SA, et al. Clin Rev Allergy Immunol 2019 - Review. PMID 30564985
Emerging evidence suggests that the increasing prevalence of food allergies is associated with compositional and functional changes in our gut microbiota. ...On the other hand, short chain fatty acids which are fermentation end products of insoluble fibers by intestinal micoorganisms have been shown to confer protective effects on food allergy. ...
Emerging evidence suggests that the increasing prevalence of food allergies is associated with compositional and functional changes i …
The gut microbiome in food allergy.
Zhao W, et al. Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2019 - Review. PMID 30578857 Free PMC article.
RESULTS: Gut dysbiosis likely precedes the development of food allergy, and the timing of such dysbiosis is critical. Gut microbiota associated with individual food allergies may be distinct. ...CONCLUSION: By advancing research on the microbiome in food allergy, we can further our understanding of food allergy and derive new approaches for its prevention and therapy....
RESULTS: Gut dysbiosis likely precedes the development of food allergy, and the timing of such dysbiosis is critical. Gut microbiota …
Recent developments and highlights in mechanisms of allergic diseases: Microbiome
Lunjani N, et al. Allergy 2018 - Review. PMID 30325537
This review provides an update on some of the critical novel findings that have been published on the influence of the microbiome on atopic dermatitis, food allergy and asthma. Microbial dysbiosis has consistently been observed in the skin, gut and lungs of patients with atopic dermatitis, food allergy and asthma, respectively, and the role of specific microbes in allergic disorders is being intensively investigated. ...
This review provides an update on some of the critical novel findings that have been published on the influence of the microbiome on atopic …
The brain-gut axis dysfunctions and hypersensitivity to food antigens in the etiopathogenesis of schizophrenia.
Karakuła-Juchnowicz H, et al. Psychiatr Pol 2016 - Review. PMID 27847926 Free article.
This paper is a review of the literature on this subject which presents factors both involved in the functioning of brain-gut axis and important for the development of schizophrenia, i.e. 1. intestinal microbiome (intestinal microbiota), 2. permeable intestine (leaky gut syndrome), 3. hypersensitivity to food antigens, including gluten and casein of cow's milk. ...
This paper is a review of the literature on this subject which presents factors both involved in the functioning of brain-gut axis and impor …
Demystifying Dysbiosis: Can the Gut Microbiome Promote Oral Tolerance Over IgE-mediated Food Allergy?
Marrs T and Sim K. Curr Pediatr Rev 2018 - Review. PMID 29732975
The growing burden of food allergy is being driven by environmental exposures and the potential role of gut micro-organisms (or 'microbiota') is hotly debated. ...Faecal samples from one birth cohort characterized for food allergy status have been sequenced and showed less gut microbiota richness amongst three month infants who later developed food sensitization at one year. ...
The growing burden of food allergy is being driven by environmental exposures and the potential role of gut micro-organisms (or 'micr …
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