Does Acinetobacter lwoffii F78 protect from allergy?

When reading a new Science immunology paper (“Inception of early-life allergen-induced airway hyperresponsiveness is reliant on IL-13+CD4+T cells“) one could again think that A. lwoffii could protect from the development of house mite allergy.

The paper, however, leaves it open (even doesn’t mention the result in the discussion) if this is any specific A. lwofii effect or just some some LPS  effect that antagonized the vitamin D containing food.

So no news even 10 years  after the initial Acinetobacter hype. The only verified fact remain several deaths caused by Acinetobacter in newborns.