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formerly Central European Journal of Medicine

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Volume 10, Issue 1

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Volume 10 (2015)

Application of Food-specific IgG Antibody Detection in Allergy Dermatosis

Hu Yine
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/ Dai Shufang / Wang Bin / Qu Wei / Muhammad Aqeel Ashraf / Gao Junling
Published Online: 2015-12-17 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/med-2015-0067

Abstract

The application of food-specific IgG antibody detection in allergy dermatoses was explored. 181 patients with allergy dermatoses were diagnosed from January to September 2014 and 20 healthy subjects were selected. Fourteen kinds of food-specific IgG antibodies were detected by ELISA method among all the subjects. The positive rates of IgG antibody of the patient group and the healthy group were respectively 65.2% and 5.0%. The positive rates of IgG antibody of egg, milk, shrimp and crab took a large proportion in three groups of patients with three kinds of allergy dermatoses of urticaria, eczema and allergic dermatitis, the proportion of which was respectively 70.2%, 77.8% and 71.7%. Among urticaria and allergic dermatitis patients with positive antibody, the positive rate of children was significantly higher than that of adults (p<0.05) while there was no significant difference between children and adults among eczema patients with positive antibody (p>0.05). Allergy dermatoses are closely related to food-specific IgG antibodies, and the allergy dermatoses patients have a high incidence rate of food intolerance; detecting IgG antibody in the serum of patients is of great significance for the diagnosis and treatment of allergy dermatoses.

Keywords: food-specific IgG antibody; allergy dermatoses; food intolerance

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About the article

Received: 2015-06-30

Accepted: 2015-09-15

Published Online: 2015-12-17

Published in Print: 2015-01-01


Citation Information: Open Medicine, Volume 10, Issue 1, ISSN (Online) 2391-5463, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/med-2015-0067.

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