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Non-toxic food reactions are classified into immunological (food allergy) and non-immunological (food intolerance); food allergy is subdivided into: IgE mediated: characterized by the presence of IgE specific antibodies and the exact relation between ingestion of food and the symptoms. and non IgE mediated: Demonstrated by antibodies of different isotype from IgE :IgG, IgM, IgA which consists cell-mediated immunity (Fig….). Hypersensitivity or sensitivity are referred to reproducible symptoms or signs initiated by exposure to certain stimulus at a dose tolerated by normal persons (S.G.O. Johansson2004). The primary differences between sensitivity and the allergy are that; an allergy involved the immune system reaction, but s... ... middle of paper ... ...t proteins to form covalent conjugates, so when penicillin is ingested or injected, it forms conjugates with self proteins, and the penicillin modified self peptides provoke a TH2 response in some individuals.