Cat allergy is common allergy encountered by most people. However the major cat allergen is Fel d 1, found in saliva, blood albumen, urine, dander, and sebaceous gland excretions. Cat allergy is more common than dog allergy and normally more severe.
Cat allergy leads to asthma and rhinitis. Sublingual immunotherapy is the preferred treatment where allergens are modified by carbamylation and given sublingually.
Related Journals of Cat Allergy Immunotherapy
Immunotherapy: Open Access, Immunooncology journal, Immunome Research journal, Immunology Journal, Immunobiology journal, The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, World Allergy Organization Journal, Biomed Research International, Journal of Thoracic Disease, Clinical and Translational Allergy.