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^ Olivier CE, Lima RP, Pinto DG, Santos RA, Silva GK, Lorena SL, Villas-Boas MB, Netto FM, Zollner Rde L: In search of a tolerance-induction strategy for cow's milk allergies: significant reduction of beta-lactoglobulin allergenicity via transglutaminase/cysteine polymerization. Clinics (Sao Paulo) 2012, 67(10):1171-1179.
"Localization of the Glu-Gln substitution differentiating B and D genetic variants in the peptide chain of bovine beta lactoglobulin. "Brignon G. , Ribadeau-Dumas B. FEBS Lett.
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Role of IgG anti-beta-lactoglobulin antibody in the diagnosis of cow's milk protein intolerance in India. Poddar U1, Shukla P, Yachha SK, Aggarwal R, Krishnani N.
Research has shown a decrease in manganese, copper, and iron after heat treatment. (3) The FDA acknowledges that pasteurization destroys a substantial portion of the vitamin C in milk, and sterilization is also known to significantly impair the bioactivity of vitamin B6 contained in milk. (4, 5) Beta-lactoglobulin.
One explanation is that beta-lactoglobulin, a protein in cow's, but not human, milk prompts babies to make antibodies that also attack glycodelin, a protein vital for training the immune system. The mistuned immune system then mistakenly destroys insulin-producing pancreatic cells, leading to type 1 diabetes. “The mistuned immune system mistakenly destroys insulin-producing cells” Now Marcia Goldfarb of the company Anatek-EP in Portland, Maine, has found that five children with type 1 diabetes, who were fed cow's-milk formula, all have antibodies to beta-lactoglobulin.