Allergic reactions to Brazil nuts are often severe and have the potential to cause anaphylaxis (the term used for a severe, life-threatening allergic reaction), which includes breathing difficulty.the allergen underlying clinical reactions to Brazil nut is a 2S albumin of 9 kd and that in vitro reactivity to this allergen identifies subjects who react in vivo to ingestion of this food.
No specific preparation required but clinical history format is mandatory.
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