16 - 17 October 2020
Digital Event

Scientific Programme

Poster Presentations

Chairs: Karin Hoffman-Sommergruber and Margitta Worm
FP01 Anaphylaxis after consumption of a cake contaminated with cow's milk protein Anne-Christel De Menibus
FP02 Severe anaphylaxis with emergent allergy to seeds Ariane Nemni
FP03 Undetermined allergy and Idiopathic anaphylaxis: ISAC as a tool in evaluating the aetiology in an allergy clinic in Colombo, Sri Lanka Kamal Chandima Jeewandara
FP04 Survey of anaphylaxis knowledge among physicians: Uncovering epinephrine underuse Joaquin Pimentel
FP05 Identification, accurate diagnosis and prevention of food anaphylaxis in toddlers Oksana Matsyura
FP06 Clinical profile of limpet allergy: Α different clinical presentation Elena Mederos Luis
FP07 The neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio predicts the severity of anaphylaxis in children Zeynep Güleç Köksal
FP08 Triggers and predictive factors for the severity of food induced anaphylaxis in the early childhood: A multi-center study in Turkey Pinar Uysal
FP09 Are we appropriately allocating our limited Adrenaline Auto-Injectors?; Identification and Management of Anaphylaxis in a tertiary centre Emergency Department, a retrospective audit. Ethlinn Patton

Chairs: Ronald van Ree and Graham Roberts
FP10 The clinical utility of immunological methods in diagnosis of patients allergic to shrimp, based on ImmunoCap Singleplex and Multiplex system Natalia Ukleja-Sokołowska
FP11 Cut-off values of allergometric tests as food tolerance predictors in a Portuguese pediatric population Catarina Coutinho
FP12 A diagnostic tool to help allergists in children food allergy Tamazoust Guiddir
FP13 Comparative analysis of the symptom profile in adult patients with food allergy versus intolerance Aikaterina Alexiou
FP14 A diagnostic tool to help allergists in idiopathic anaphylaxis Tamazoust Guiddir
FP15 Bird-Egg Syndrome: Report of 2 cases Filipa Rodrigues dos Santos
FP16 National survey of practice and resources to support the diagnosis of food allergy across the UK Julia McCarthy
FP17 Children with egg allergy: Evaluating the effect of heating and important predictors in different egg challenge tests Nadia Nasir
FP18 Clinical predictors of oral food challenge outcome in patients with egg allergy Ricardo Moço Coutinho
FP19 Mechanism involved in the tolerance induction of sublingual with Pru p 3-Epitope-based-nanostructures Francisca Palomares

Chairs: Beatriz Moya and Angela Simpson
Case reports
FP21 Allergy to fennel: a new hidden enemy Yulia Petryk Petryk
FP22 Latex- Fruit Syndrome and aspartame anaphylaxis: Case report Ana Maria Agar
FP23 Buckwheat: an allergen to remember Lise Brosseron
FP24 A rare case: congenital duodenal web with eosinophilic gastrointestinal disease Didem Gulcu Taskin
FP25 Two unusual cases of reactions to vitamin supplements Samia Azmi
FP26 'Skin'-ny coffee is not always best in coffee bean allergy Claire Reynolds
FP27 Coconut allergy - a case report Inês Falcão
FP28 Fish allergy or Trojan Horse Phenomena? Cristiana Ferreira
FP29 Successful oral desensitization in adolescent with cow’s milk anaphylaxis: A case report Cristiana Ferreira
FP30 Legume anaphylaxis: One after another Maria Inês Silva

Chairs: Lynne Regent and Marina Tsoumani
Management of Food Allergy - GROUP 1
FP32 Food allergen knowledge and practices of catering staff Zainab Laheri
FP33 Review of suitability of analytical methods for measuring VITAL®  reference doses for EU allergens in foodstuffs Thomas Holzhauser
FP35 Modeled reduction in allergic reactions following epicutaneous immunotherapy for peanut allergy using UK consumption data Benjamin C. Remington
FP36 Can we define a level of protection for allergic consumers that everyone can accept? René W. R. Crevel
FP37 Outcomes of supervised open oral challenges in a tertiary paediatric allergy unit Anjum Grewal
FP38 Classification and coding of information about IgE-mediated food allergy Barbara Hall
FP39 Oral food challenges data to estimate eliciting doses for hen’s egg and cow’s milk in the EuroPrevall study Bushra Javed
FP41 Follow up telephone calls may be needed for a successful food-challenge Mudiyur Gopi

Chairs: Linette Willemsen and TBA
Management of Food Allergy - GROUP 2
FP42 Predictive factors of cow's milk allergy persistence: 5-year research report Albina Galimova
FP44 Synbiotic-containing Amino-acid-based Formula and Ear Infection Outcomes: Explorative Systematic Review Loret Sophia Michel Martinus Keulers
FP45 Comparison of efficacy of amino acid formulas AAF infant for 0-12 months of age with Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy (CMPA) - A retrospective study Mahir İgde
FP46 An extensively hydrolysed synbiotic-containing formula improves gastrointestinal outcomes in infants with non-IgE cow’s milk protein allergy, already well-established on extensively hydrolysed formula Kiranjit Atwal
FP47 Comparison of tastes of available nutritionally complete or incomplete formulas for + 1 years of age with Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy (CMPA); A multicenter, randomized, blinded, taste study: CONTEST Esra Yucel
FP48 Improving successful introduction after a negative food challenge test: how to achieve the best? Joyce Emons
FP49 The effect of aromatization of the aminoacid formula on adherence and growth in cow's milk protein allergy: A preliminary assessment Hasan Yuksel
FP50 Wheat dependent exercise induced anaphylaxis and dietetic support: A survey of patient experience Sally-Ann Denton
Nutrition and the microbiome
FP51 An extensively hydrolysed formula supplemented with two human milk oligosaccharides (HMO) shapes the gut microbiome in infants with cow’s milk protein allergy (CMPA) Helle Pedersen

Chairs: Karin Hoffmann-Sommergruber and Kitty Verhoekcx
Food Allergens
FP52 Bovine γ-globulin, lactoferrin and lactoperoxidase are major cow’s milk allergens in patients with α-Gal syndrome Marija Perusko
FP53 Allergens & food safety: analytical perspectives Rossella De Poi
FP54 Sensitization profile to storage proteins in patients with allergic diseases in Russian Federation Marina Mokronosova
FP55 Modified in vitro digestion models for evaluating the allergenic potential of novel foods, including GMOs Kai Wang
FP56 Can the prevalence of sensitization of 10 legumes be used to rank and characterize allergenicity? Mark Smits
FP57 Production of recombinant fish allergens in E.coli and their reactivity with monoclonal antibodies raised against Atlantic cod allergen Gad m 1 Aiste Sliziene
FP58 House dust mites and shrimp allergy cross reactivity Maria Rueda Garcia
FP59 Insects as novel foods – new sources of allergens? Lisa Zimmermann
FP60 Gluten detection in cosmetic products Lisa Zimmermann
FP61 Identification of putative IgE-reactive proteins in cereal species using an in silico approach Matthew Daly
FP62 Frequency of sensitization to hen eggs in Russian population Anatoly Bala

Chairs: Bob Boyle and Rosan Meyer
FP63 Tolerance induction through non-avoidance to prevent persistent food allergy (TINA) – study protocol for a randomized controlled trial Valérie Trendelenburg
FP64 Tolerance induction through early feeding to prevent food allergy in infants with eczema (TEFFA): rationale, study design, and methods of a randomized controlled trial Birgit Kalb
FP65 Beta-lactoglobulin in stable environment as contributor to the allergy protective farm effect Isabella Pali-Schöll
FP66 Mixed allergen protein introduction in infants with and without eczema: Safety observations Wendy Sue Swanson
Non-IgE mediated food allergy
FP67 Eosinophilic Esophagitis: characterizing a population followed at the Immunoallergology outpatient clinic of a tertiary hospital Marisa Paulino
FP68 Children with delayed-type cow’s milk protein allergy reactions may be at a significant risk of developing severe immediate reactions upon re-introduction Maysoun Al Rushood
FP69 Atopy patch test in the diagnosis of food allergy in children referrals Alejandro Cano-Verdugo
FP70 Validation of a questionnaire for detecting latent forms of cow's milk protein allergy in children with IBD Svetlana Makarova
FP71 IgE mediated food allergy among infants and young children: single center experience Sukru Nail Guner
FP72 Phenotypes and Natural History of Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome in the East Mediterranean Region Melike Ocak
FP73 Allergic proctocolitis associated hypertransaminasemia Ali Islek

Chairs: Kate Grimshaw and Alberto Alvarez-Perea
Day to day patient care
FP74 The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the medical care of children with cow’s milk allergy – A cross sectional study Andrea Horvath
FP75 Allergy alert: A technological solution that can save lives Fernanda Hack
FP76 Adolescents with Food Allergy: Participation in Social Activities Miranda Crealey
Socioeconomic and eHealth Aspects of Food Allergy
FP77 Accidental food allergic reactions are associated with higher costs and more sick leave but have no evident impact on quality of life Astrid Versluis
FP78 Evaluation of parental quality of life among Chinese families with food-allergic children Ting Fan Leung
FP79 Food allergies in Luxembourgish adults: Complementary data from a representative population-based, cross-sectional health survey and allergen-resolved deep IgE-profiles Rebecca Czolk
FP80 Sensitization to storage proteins across the Russian population Anatoly Bala
FP81 Egg allergy: Experience from a tertiary allergy centre in the UK Mahesh Katre
FP82 Molecular profiles of patients with sensitization to cod and prawn Anatoly Bala
Case reports
FP84 Hypereosinophilia with symptoms of eosinophilic gastroenteritis due to goji berry (Lycium barbarum) ingestion Evaggelia Apostolidou
FP85 Recurrent anaphylaxis in LTP syndrome with tolerance to peach: Pru p 3 Immunotherapy? Iolanda Alen Coutinho
FP86 An effective desensitization protocol to alemtuzumab, confirmed by flow cytometry Jóni Carvalho

Chairs: Thuy-my Le and Milena Sokolowska
FP87 Evaluation of diagnostic performance of conventional and emerging allergy tests for shrimp allergy Ting Fan Leung
FP88 What are the clinical keys for different phenotypes of food allergy coexistent with atopic dermatitis? Özlem Cavkaytar
FP89 Patterns of sensitization and inflammation markers in food allergies Laura Haidar
FP90 Improving the diagnostic utility of lip dose challenges to diagnose tree nut allergy Aysegul Akarsu
FP91 Healthcare Professionals’ beliefs and practices regarding food allergy testing for children with eczema Matthew Ridd
Food Allergens
FP92 Effect of thermal processing on IgE cross-recognition of insect proteins in Italian patients allergic to house dust mite, shrimp and mealworm. Simona Cirrincione
FP93 Different roasting hazelnut procedures alter the structure of the protein bodies and affect the binding capacities of IgEs from allergic children. Cristina Lamberti
FP94 First electrochemical immunosensor for the rapid detection of mustard allergens in plant food extracts Cristina Bueno-Díaz
FP95 Food allergy safety assessment of extracted silk proteins used in food protection by bioinformatics, mass spectrometry and digestion in pepsin Richard E Goodman
Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms
FP96 Innate lymphoid cells type 2 in LTP-allergic patients and their modulation during sublingual immunotherapy Francisca Palomares
FP97 Integrated analysis of genomics and metabolomics in childhood food allergy resolution Haerin Jang
FP98 DNA methylome- and transcriptome-wide profiling in peripheral blood mononuclear cells identifies potential predictors of desensitization to peanut allergy through oral immunotherapy Aleix Arnau Soler
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