Giving cats food with an antibody may help people with cat allergies

Pet-food maker Purina is studying how adding an antibody to the chow curbs reactions


Most cat allergies are triggered by a protein called Fel d1, which is carried in cats’ saliva. New research aims to disable the protein at its source.

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