Fish and shellfish allergy in children: Review of a persistent food allergy
Pediatric Allergy and Immunology,

Tsabouri S et al. – IgE antibodies from individuals with persistent allergy may be directed against different epitopes than those in patients with transient allergy. For a topic as important as this one, new areas of technological developments will likely have a significant impact, to provide more accurate methods of diagnosing useful information to patients about the likely course of their seafood allergy over the course of their childhood and beyond.

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